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Change up your classic deviled eggs recipe, with this Dill Pickle Deviled Eggs. Tons of tangy dill flavor makes these a family favorite.
Being a mom of 8, I always host all the holiday dinners. Deviled eggs are always on the menu and because I love dill pickles I decided to combined the two.
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Why This Recipe Works
Then combine the simple pickle flavor yolk mixture to create a simple ingredient deviled eggs. The perfect appetizer recipe for any occasion.
- Hard Boil Eggs, completely cooled
- Fresh Dill, minced
- Dijon Mustard
- Dill Pickle Juice or to taste
- Dill Pickle, finely chopped
- Salt & Black Pepper to taste
- For Garnish: Dill pickle slices
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- Yellow Mustard – Substitute the Dijon Mustard with yellow mustard.
- Seasoning – The Feel free to use different types of seasoning to add to the egg filling. Add in paprika, kosher salt, or diced onion.
- Dill Pickle Relish – Feel free to substitute the dill pickle with dill pickle relish for amazing flavor.
Step by Step Instructions
- Step 1 – Peel your hard boiled large eggs and slice in half lengthwise.
Step 2 – Gently remove yolks from cook eggs and place in a bowl. Add mayonnaise, dijon, and pickle juice. Mash until smooth.
Step 3 – Stir in fresh dill, chopped dill pickles, and salt & pepper.
Step 3 – Place filling in a piping bag or freezer bag and pipe into egg whites.
Step 4 – Garnish with 1-2 dill pickles and refrigerate until serving.
- Combine Ingredients – Combine the ingredients in a medium bowl with a fork to smash all the ingredients together.
- Cutting Hard Boiled Eggs – Cut the eggs with a sharp knife so that the eggs do not tear.
- Adding the yolk mixture – For best results, place the yolk mixture into piping bag to evenly distribute the mixture into the egg whites.
How to Peel Hard Boiled Eggs
When your hard boiled have cooled, they are ready to be peeled. These tips and tricks will help you have a clean peel every time.
- Cold Water – Place hard boiled eggs in cold water to stop them from cooking and to easily peel. Keep them in the cold water for about 5 minutes.
- Roll Egg – After the hard boiled eggs have cooled, roll on the counter to crack the shell. This will create large cracks to easily peel the egg.
Frequently Asked Questions
We recommend making the eggs ahead of time. Then when you are ready to serve, make the yolk mixture.
It gives it more flavor by brining out the acidity in the deviled eggs.
Store in the refrigerator for up to 2 days in an airtight container.
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Dill Pickle Deviled Eggs
- 6 hard boiled eggs completely cooled
- 3 tablespoons of mayonnaise
- 1 teaspoon fresh dill minced
- 1 teaspoon dijon mustard
- 2 tablespoon dill pickle juice or to taste
- 3 tablespoons dill pickle finely chopped
- salt & pepper to taste
- For Garnish: Dill pickle slices
- Peel your hard boiled eggs and slice in half lengthwise.
- Gently remove yolks and place in a bowl. Add mayonnaise, dijon, and pickle juice. Mash until smooth.
- Stir in fresh dill, chopped dill pickles, and salt & pepper.
- Place filling in a piping bag or freezer bag and pipe into egg whites.
- Garnish with 1-2 dill pickles and refrigerate until serving.
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