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Gilded Egg Recipe

BBQBluesStringerBBQBluesStringer Posts: 398
edited 5:51PM in EggHead Forum
The Gilded deviled eggs were a big hit! The folks at work powered their way through 60 of 'em yesterday morning. Here's how:[p]3 dozen hard boiled eggs
2/3 cup Hellman's
2 Tbsp dill relish
2 Tbsp sweet relish
2 Tbsp coarse brown prepared mustard
1 tsp salt
Ken Stone's Gilded Splinters
Ground chipotle pepper [p]Peel the hard boiled eggs and coat 6 heavily with Gilded Splinters. Smoke in the egg at 180F for an hour. Chop up the 6 Gilded eggs and reserve. Split the remaining eggs and add their yolks to the Gilded eggs. Save the smoked whites for filling. Add the mayo, relish, mustard, salt, and 1 Tbsp of Gilded Splinters to the yolks and moosh it all up. Put the yolk moosh in a piping bag and fill each of the egg whites. Sprinkle each decoratively with the chipotle (carrying on with the smokey theme). I dare you to eat just one![p]BBS

Comments

  • BordelloBordello Posts: 5,926
    BBQBluesStringer,
    I just made some deviled eggs last week. I have done it your way of smoking only the eggs that will be in mix and I have also smoked all of them. I prefer you method. Maybe I over smoked when I did them all.[p]I had search google to find out what a piping bag was, does that work much better then just spooning the mixture back into the eggs???[p]Thanks,[p]New Bob

  • New Bob,
    just put your filling in a Ziploc bag,then cut a small piece off from a bottom corner of the bag. Squeeze the filling out.

  • New Bob,
    Actually I smoked all of the eggs, and chopped up the six "rubbed" eggs in the yolk mix. Piping bags (or the zip-lock variety mentioned in another post) just make less mess than spooning, and you can use a decorative tip if you want to get real fancy and put swirls and curlie-ques in your eggs. The yolk moosh has to have more mayo than I like to do the decorations well.[p]By the way, if you have the piping tips, you can drop one into the snipped corner of a zip-lock and use it just as if it were in a piping bag. That saves you from having to wash the re-usable bag.

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