How to make easy devilled eggs

I didn't specify a quantity of supplies. You just use what's enough for you. I made these for a potluck but you can just as easily make enough for two people.

Boil the eggs and fry the bacon. Make it a bit crispy so it's easier to crumble later.

Shell the eggs. When making for a party, boil extra eggs in case you accidentally destroy or eat some while peeling.

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Halve and disembowel the eggs.

Toss yolks, bacon bits, and sandwich spread into a ziplock bag. Any ready made mayo-based spread should work. I used Heinz.

If necessary, add a little milk, mayo or olive/grapeseed oil to moisten the mix so it's easier to pipe.

Squeeze as much air as you can out of the bag before sealing it. Knead the contents until well-mixed.

This is what it should look like. Use a flat blunt object like the flat side of a chopstick to push the mixture to the bottom of the bag.

Snip off a corner. Remember, you can always make the hole bigger but you can't make it smaller.

Point the nozzle at the bottom of the crater and start piping.

Done! Serve with a sprinkle of paprika or topping of your choice. These can be made a few hours ahead and refrigerated until its time to eat.

Watch the video: Deviled Eggs Recipe. How to Make Classic Deviled Eggs (January 2022).