DD214 Deviled Eggs

DD214 Deviled Eggs

Hey friends!

The holiday's are just around the corner, and we always like to spice things up around here at GT Sauce. This is a simple recipe to elevate your deviled egg game. Love DD214? Add as much (or as little) as you'd like. 

DD214 Deviled Eggs

Yields 5 servings

5 hard boiled eggs, cut in half, yolks removed *See below for pro tips

2 tbsp Mayonnaise

½ tsp Dijon

2 tsp DD214 (or more if you desire)

Juice of a ½ lemon

3 pinches of salt, or to taste


               Fresh or dried dill, sweet gherkins or pickles, sliced thin.

 1. Place yolks in a bowl along with all other ingredients. Mix until smooth. Taste and adjust seasoning as needed.

2. Place whites on a plate or serving tray.

3.Fill the whites the yolk mixture. Top with sliced sweet pickles, dried or fresh dill, and a dot of DD214.

 *Pro Tip: If you have a pressure cooker, use it on manual for 6 minutes. Quick pressure release and run under cold water to stop the cooking process. Don't have a pressure cooker? Place eggs in a saucepot and fill with cold water until 1-inch above the eggs. On medium-high heat, bring to boil. Once boiling, turn off the heat and cover for 10 minutes. Transfer eggs to a bowl of ice and cold water to stop the cooking process. 

* Pro tip to the pro tip: Use the back of a spoon to break the shell of a hardboiled egg; this way, the white will stay intact. 


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