Curry Deviled Eggs


Feeding 13 people is no easy feat. During our family reunion this week, my aunt Marilyn whipped up this classic recipe with a flavorful twist for lunch one day. My family devoured them almost before I could even take photos. It was a mad dash for the eggs! They make for a great easy lunch, appetizer, or brunch side.

– A dozen eggs, hard boiled
– 2 tblspns mayonnaise
– 2 tblspons dijon mustard
– Salt, pepper, and curry powder to taste
– Paprika for sprinkling

– Peel the eggs
– Cut in half, and remove the yolk
– Place yolks in a separate bowl
– Mash the yolks with a fork, until they form a paste
– Mix in salt, pepper, mayo, mustard, and curry powder
– Mash up until well mixed
– Using two spoons, place yolk mixture back into the egg halves
– Sprinkle paprika over the finalized eggs
– Enjoy!





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  1. Every time I go home to my Mom’s, I log onto your blog for an idea of what to make/bring. Thanks for this one, Julia! 🙂 Hope you had a great time visiting family over the weekend! Loved your instas!

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  2. PRBlonde said:

    OMG I’m in love! Deviled eggs are some of my favorite and its hard to find simple easy to whip up recipes! Best, Lauren

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  3. Holy deliciousness!! These look divine. It’s official, we’re coming to your next family reunion. 😉

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