Lynda’s deviled eggs

by Heguiberto on January 30, 2012

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I was determined to find a cheap deviled egg platter at a thrift shop in the Mission District of San Francisco this past weekend to present my mother-in-law’s deviled eggs. We went to three or four stores and couldn’t find any (though we made out with vintage shirts.) I was disappointed because I don’t see these dishes very often at regular stores anymore. How could I display the deviled eggs cutely and in the manner in which they deserve?

Lynda’s deviled eggs

Lynda’s deviled eggs

I know that you can cut a bit of the bottom of each half egg off so they could lay flat on the serving tray but that was not part of the original recipe… And who does that anyway?

Fortunately, we didn’t give up and “like they always say” our patience was rewarded. Later that afternoon while shopping at the Ferry Building we found the perfect dish for sale at Sur La Table! Success! And it was selling at a discount price of just $5.99! Plus it looks like a big egg. Wowza!

We spent Christmas Day at Steven’s parents this year. His mother, Lynda, made tons of delicious dishes, both savory and sweet. Thank you! I brought few of her recipes back home and will be producing them for weirdcombinations. Obviously, this is one of them. These deviled eggs are to die for and extremely simple to make. I know its artery clogging but so good!

One thing I just realized is that in Brazil Worcestershire sauce is called molho Inglês, or English Sauce, and I never connected the two names together until now. I did modify it by using vegenaise rather than mayonnaise.

Lynda’s deviled eggs

6 large organic eggs
1 tsp yellow mustard
1 tsp Worcestershire sauce
Few drops of Sriracha sauce
¼ cup vegenaise
Sweet paprika

To cook your eggs to perfection, remove eggs from the fridge about an hour before boiling just to bring them to room temperature. Put eggs in a heavy bottomed saucepan. Cover with water, place on stove at high temperature, bring to a boil, turn it off, remove pan from heat. Cover and let it rest for 17 minutes. Scoop eggs out of water, rinse in cold water, remove shells. Cut eggs lengthwise in halves.

Gently remove yolks and place in a bowl, allow it to cool down if still warm. Add mustard, vegenaise, Worcestershire and sriracha sauces. Using a stick blender, blend until smooth. Fill each egg white with the spicy yolk paste. Place in deviled egg dish. Sprinkle with paprika and serve.

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Krista January 30, 2012 at 4:20 pm

Hooray for finding an egg plate!!! That is very exciting. 🙂 I love that you added the sauces to these eggs – I’ve never tried that before. 🙂 Here in Australia they add curry powder to their deviled eggs and they’re quite marvelous.
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Devaki @ weavethousandflavors January 31, 2012 at 4:36 pm

Very nice egg plate guys and deviled eggs are a siren call to me 🙂

chow 🙂 Devaki @ weavethousandflavors
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tasteofbeirut February 3, 2012 at 10:45 pm

I am not sure what the vegenaise thing is but these eggs sound divine! Love deviled eggs even though I would pass most days on hard-boiled eggs.
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Magic of Spice February 5, 2012 at 12:59 pm

Wow score on the egg plate guys…love it! This is a delightful deviled egg recipe, I have never tried them with Worcestershire before 🙂
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