Perfect Deviled Eggs with Fresh Chives

Perfect Deviled Eggs with Fresh Chives

Perfect Deviled Eggs with Fresh Chives
Perfect Deviled Eggs with Fresh Chives

"Whenever I plan a picnic, cookout or pretty much any get together in the summer, deviled eggs are usually included as either an appetizer or part of the meal. Though they don't play a major role, deviled eggs really add a wonderful taste treat!  In our family, everyone truly enjoys them!  They are simple to prepare and very versatile as well.  I like to add fresh chives from my garden, a bit of mayo, a spoonful of brown mustard and a dash of black pepper!  That's it! Just make sure that you keep them cold, either on ice or in a cooler with ice packs.  The only thing I hate about boiling eggs is when they stick to the shell which makes peeling a chore and you lose most of the egg white (best part of the egg, right?)  Here is a hint to make egg peeling fast and easy always start with hot water.  Let the eggs come to a rolling boil and then remove the pan from heat and cover.  Let sit for about 20 minutes and then drain the eggs and place in ice water.  Let stand for another 5 minutes.  This makes for a very easy peel.  Try this recipe as a delicious side for your next cook out or picnic! 24 deviled eggs."

Serves24 servings

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