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Hey there, I’ve recently tested out a new recipe for deviled eggs. It turned out to be quite a hit, so now I’m sharing the recipe with you. Check it out!

*For tips on cooking and peeling the egg, check the previous article caled Deviled Eggs (Getting Ready).

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The Jooby Doos

*This recipe will make 10 pieces, or 5 full eggs.

-5 hard-cooked eggs

-a spoonful of freshly cut chives

-a spoonful of cilantro

-2 teaspoons of fresh lemon juice

-1/4 cup mayonnaise

-salt

-black pepper

-1 teaspoon freshly cut sweet onion

-1/2 teaspoon of jalapenos

-1/2 teaspoon of blue cheese

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1) Take the 5 hard-cooked eggs, and peel them.

2) After doing this, rinse the egg in cold water for a few seconds and then slice it in half so that you have two long pieces of the egg (Oval-like pieces)

3) Scoop the yolks out and place them in a bowl.

4) Add the mayo, cilantro, lemon juice, chives, jalepenos, blue cheese, and mix them all together until you get a creamy-like paste.

5) Fill the eggs with the mixture, add some salt and pepper, and garnish with a cilantro.

6) Bon Appetitite!

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With Spring, it’s a great time to welcome those delicious Deviled Eggs! They’re easy to make, delicious, and come in a variety of flavors.

Deviled eggs were intentionally supposed to have a bit of spice in them so it’d be a bit “dangerous” to try, hence the term “deviled”. But, nowadays, chefs and cooks are changing it up and adding flavors to deviled eggs that don’t have to be spicy.

But, anyways, to make good deviled eggs, you must first know how to boil an egg correctly and how to peel an egg without ripping the whole thing apart.

BOILING AN EGG

1) Place the eggs in a pan large enough to hold the eggs in a single layer and cover them with cold water until it’s an inch above the eggs.

2) Turn on the heat until it’s at it’s maximum.

3) As soon as it reaches a full boil, completely remove the pan from heat and put the lid on.

4) Let it sit for 15 minutes.

5) Remove the eggs, rinse them in cold water, and set them aside.

PEELING THE EGG

1) First, you’re going to want to crack the egg all around, but not so that the cracks are super tiny all over.

*Be careful when doing this-you don’t want to hit the egg so hard that it pushes or tears the whites.

2) Next, you should have some running cold water at a low to medium strength and placed the egg under the water.

3) Try starting at one of the ends of the eggs and being very gentle, peel it aside.

4) Now, look for that thin plastic-like covering inside and lift that up and tear from there.

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Basically, our goal is going to be bringing our readers some good, tasy, enjoyable recipes.  Recipes for entertaining, comfort food, snacks-you’ll find it here. We’re also going to be having seperate recipes just for vegetarians, the health-conscious, diabetic, and more.

Aside from recipes, we’ll also be bringing you articles about cooking tips, facts about certain ingredients, what to watch out for when eating or cooking a meal, and everything that might be realted to cooking, dining, eating out, etc.

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