Baked Lobster with Mango Sauce - Lobster Tail 5
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This time of year it seemed inappropriate to call these recipes Deviled Eggs. So, I renamed them Heavenly Eggs, more befitting the spirit of Easter. The cooking term “deviled” actually means to incorporate chopped up food with spicy seasonings or sauces. Seeing I’m not using any mustard (the hot usually referred to in “deviled eggs”) this name seems to work. Here’s a couple interesting facts regarding the Egg: 1. You can tell if your egg is hard boiled by spinning it on your kitchen counter. Place your egg vertically on the counter with the large end down. Give it a good spin. If it wobbles, your egg is raw. If it spins smoothly, your egg is hard boiled. 2. When you submerge eggs in water, older eggs will float to the top. 3. Older eggs are easier to peel.
HEAVENLY EGGS
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This time of year it seemed inappropriate to call these recipes Deviled Eggs. So, I renamed them Heavenly Eggs, more befitting the spirit of Easter. The cooking term “deviled” actually means to incorporate chopped up food with spicy seasonings or sauces. Seeing I’m not using any mustard (the hot usually referred to in “deviled eggs”) this name seems to work. Here’s a couple interesting facts regarding the Egg: 1. You can tell if your egg is hard boiled by spinning it on your kitchen counter. Place your egg vertically on the counter with the large end down. Give it a good spin. If it wobbles, your egg is raw. If it spins smoothly, your egg is hard boiled. 2. When you submerge eggs in water, older eggs will float to the top. 3. Older eggs are easier to peel.
Ingredients
Avocado Eggs with Cilantro
Smoked Salmon Eggs with Dill
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Instructions
  1. In a small mixing bowl, mash egg yolks with a fork. Add the yogurt, cider vinegar and honey, mix thoroughly. You may need to add a little more yogurt if it seems a little dry. Add the remaining ingredients, mixing well. Spoon back into egg white halves. Garish with sliced green onion & sliced radish.
  2. In a small mixing bowl, mash egg yolks with a fork. Add the avocado and mash with egg yolk. Add the lime juice, sour cream and mayonnaise, mix thoroughly. You may need to add a little more sour cream or mayonnaise if it seems a little dry. Add the remaining ingredients, mixing well. Spoon back into egg white halves. Garnish with chopped seeded tomato.
  3. In a small mixing bowl, mash egg yolks with a fork. Add the lemon juice, sour cream and mayonnaise, mix thoroughly. You may need to add a little more sour cream or mayonnaise if it seems a little dry. Add the dill, capers and salt & pepper, mixing well. Spoon back into egg white halves.
  4. Making the Salmon Rose: Cut ½ inch slices of salmon the long direction. Roll the salmon slice and pinch one end of the roll to produce a rose. Place on top of the egg and garnish with a sprig of fresh dill.
  5. Making a Duck Egg Cut off the top third of the thin end of the egg. Make a small cut off the bottom of the large end so the egg won’t topple. Remove any yolk you can get too. Add some of your egg mixture to the top of the bottom half. Top with the small end. Make eyes out of capers or small pieces of black olive. Make the beak by cutting a piece of an orange pepper in the shape of a triangle.
Recipe Notes

Tips • Wipe your knife with paper towel between cutting each egg. This will help you avoid getting egg yolk on your brilliant white egg. • Place your eggs on spring mix or shredded head lettuce to keep them from rolling around on your serving platter. • You can make your eggs look pretty by piping the egg mixture into your egg whites. Cut a ¼ inch off the corner of a plastic baggie. Fill with the egg mixture. Squeeze into each egg white. • Want really perfect eggs? You can get the yolk center in the egg white. Place a rubber band or two around your carton of raw eggs. Place carton on its side in your refrigerator. Keep refrigerated for at least 12 hours before boiling. • By bringing your eggs to room temperature before you boil them will help keep them from cracking in the boiling water. • Use a large enough pan to boil your eggs. Do not stack eggs more than two deep. This will allow the eggs to cook evenly.

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