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Deviled eggs are a popular, timeless classic, but why settle for just one flavor when you can create an entire board of deviled eggs with personalized flavors?
Enter the Eggchuterie Board – a Build Your Own Deviled Egg Board. For this board I naturally used Eggland’s Best eggs.
I have used only Eggland’s Best for about 16 years because of their high quality and there really is a difference in taste.
One important reason is that Eggland’s Best eggs stay fresher longer compared to ordinary eggs, thanks to their proprietary hen feed and strict quality control.
That means you can feel confident using them in your Eggchuterie Board, as well as all of your recipes that include eggs, days after your purchase date.
In addition, Eggland’s Best eggs have 25% less saturated fat compared to ordinary eggs.
So you can indulge in your favorite egg recipes without feeling guilty about the fat content.
And that’s not all – EB eggs have more than double the omega 3’s when compared to ordinary eggs.
Omega-3’s are essential for brain and heart health, making Eggland’s Best eggs an even better choice for your Eggchuterie Board.
Now onto the fun part – creating your Eggchuterie Board.
First, you’ll need to hard-boil your Eggland’s Best eggs. To do this, place them in a pot of cold water and bring it to a boil.
Once the water is boiling, turn off the heat, cover your pot and let the eggs sit in the hot water for 10 minutes.
Meanwhile, prepare an ice bath in a large bowl.
Then, drain the water and immediately transfer the eggs to the ice bath to stop the cooking process.
Once they’re cooled, peel the eggs and slice them in half lengthwise.
My mom taught me this method years ago, and I’ve always had perfectly cooked, easy to peel hard boiled eggs.
Next, it’s time to prepare the deviled egg filling.
This can be as simple or complex as you like – a basic filling made with mayo, mustard, chopped pickles, and a little salt and pepper is always a crowd-pleaser.
If you’re feeling adventurous, however, try mixing in some cream cheese for extra creaminess, or even hummus for more protein.
Now, the toppings.
You can be as creative as you want to be, but here are some ideas to get you started:
- Capers: Add some briny capers to your deviled eggs for a burst of flavor that compliments the richness of the egg yolk filling.
- Smoked salmon: Top your deviled eggs with some smoked salmon for a decadent bite.
- Bacon: Because everything is better with bacon. Crumble some crispy bacon on top of your deviled eggs for a salty and satisfying crunch.
- Diced tomatoes: Fresh and juicy diced tomatoes add a pop of color and freshness to your deviled eggs.
- Everything Bagel seasoning: Elevate your deviled eggs with some everything bagel seasoning for a deliciously savory kick.
- Diced asparagus: Roasted or steamed asparagus is the perfect complement to creamy deviled eggs. Sprinkle on top for a fresh and flavorful bite.
- Sliced jalapenos: If you like things spicy, sliced jalapenos are the perfect topping for your deviled eggs. Just make sure to remove the seeds if you want to tone down the heat.
- Sliced olives: Salty and briny sliced olives are a classic topping for deviled eggs that never goes out of style.
- Sesame seeds and crushed seaweed: For an Asian twist, sprinkle some sesame seeds and crushed seaweed on top of your deviled eggs.
- Microgreens and fresh dill: Finally, add a pop of color and freshness to your Eggchuterie Board with some microgreens and fresh dill. Not only do they look beautiful, but they also add a burst of flavor and nutrition.
Arrange your deviled egg halves on a large platter or board and set out your fillings and toppings in small bowls or ramekins.
Let your guests mix and match to create their own perfect bite. They will love the creative twist on this classic appetizer.
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