Deviled eggs anyone?

Philippines
October 18, 2020 4:26am CST
This is actually my niece's actual presentation for her online class in Home Economics. Her teacher asked their class section to think of something to cook and document it. Her mom , my sister chose deviled eggs because its easy to prepare. You will just boil the eggs and wen done you will take out the yellow part which leaves the white part with a hole.Now you will just mix the yellow part with salt, pepper, mayonnaise and some vinegar.Mix it all up then place it back on the hole and voila deviled eggs.
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@Hytton03 (715)
• Philippines
18 Oct
Thanks for sharing how to make it.
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• Redlands, California
18 Oct
There is different ways but most is pretty simple and they usually always good.
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• Philippines
18 Oct
@Hytton03 You're welcome.
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@averygirl72 (23369)
• Philippines
18 Oct
I already heard it but never tried it. It seems delicious
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• Philippines
18 Oct
@averygirl72 It is delicious it is just my niece's online project and we plan on doing it again.
@averygirl72 (23369)
• Philippines
18 Oct
@iKONICNoona Good idea. Welcome to mylot
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• Philippines
19 Oct
@averygirl72 Oh , thank you very much
@allen0187 (41463)
• Philippines
18 Oct
Hope your niece got a high mark for this.
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• Philippines
19 Oct
@allen0187 Oh thank you ! Im keeping my fingers crossed too. It is actually their exam week starting today till Friday. We will have updates on their grades after this week I guess. She is reviewing notes now.
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@allen0187 (41463)
• Philippines
21h
@iKONICNoona good luck to her on her exams. May she have high scores.
@marlina (110180)
• Canada
18 Oct
We don't put vinegar in our deviled eggs here,
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• Philippines
19 Oct
@marlina Oh okay I guess every place has their style in preparing deviled eggs, we used apple cider vinegar just to add some taste .
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@marlina (110180)
• Canada
19 Oct
@iKONICNoona I guess so!
@id_peace (12482)
• Singapore
18 Oct
That is interesting. It looked like a boiled egg but now I know what is the difference now
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• Philippines
19 Oct
@id_peace Yes at first glance it is really boiled egg, but when you have a bite and tasted the insides its different .
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@crossbones27 (34615)
• Redlands, California
18 Oct
Thanks for reminding me do deviled no cool ladies will do that for me, come on that was funny. I do have boiled that I did myself and will share them with the ladies , and they usually go ewe. I wonder what world they living in.
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• Philippines
18 Oct
@crossbones27 Oh, maybe because there are ladies who dont eat eggs, deviled eggs to be exact , maybe they are on a diet?
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• Redlands, California
18 Oct
@iKONICNoona That is actually true, I forget man, men do not care about breath but ladies do. Why I always liked ladies that said I like manly stuff. Some women even pushed it to far for me. That's survival mode, we want some where in between. where we having fun and eating good.
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@rakski (63736)
• Philippines
18 Oct
nice! that is easy! I have to try that one
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• Philippines
18 Oct
@rakski Thanks and yes very easy to prepare and affordable too.
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@rakski (63736)
• Philippines
18 Oct
@iKONICNoona so true!
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@Corbin5 (206257)
• United States
18 Oct
My mom used to make deviled eggs. Those in the photo look really good.
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• Philippines
19 Oct
@Corbin5 Moms has a lot of easy recipes that we can make too .
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@thelme55 (53310)
• Germany
18 Oct
Yummy. I love deviled eggs. That is a very easy recipe for your niece to make.
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• Philippines
19 Oct
@thelma55 Thank you very much , Yes its very easy to make and very affordable too , I think dieters can have this also .
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@topffer (41239)
• France
18 Oct
We call that "oeuf mimosa" in French, don't ask me why, but it is a 2000+ years old recipe, from tne Roman antiquity.
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• Philippines
18 Oct
@topffer Wow thanks for that information.
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@Janet357 (60549)
18 Oct
yum! Lemme try it. thanks
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• Philippines
18 Oct
@Janet357 Sure..
• Santiago, Chile
18 Oct
They come in handy when one is waiting healthier.
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@moonandstars (44434)
• Zagreb, Croatia (Hrvatska)
19 Oct
i like yellow part very much