I had seen caviar on deviled eggs before and thought, why not? I documented the process because surprisingly quite a few people have never made deviled eggs and it is one of those things that you probably are not quite sure how to start. Here we go.
|I put a hot boiled egg in the mold and made it|
into a star shape.
|I also made a heart but it split. =(|
The star turned out great though! =)
|Inside of the star.|
|Pop out all of the egg yolks|
and crumble them up with a fork.
|Add about a quarter cup of mayo.|
|Add a quarter teaspoon of vinegar or pickle juice.|
|Salt and Pepper to taste.|
Go easy on the salt because the
caviar is salty too.
|I like to add about a half teaspoon of mustard.|
It adds a little tang and makes the color a more
|All of the ingredients together.|
|Start mixing it together with a fork|
to smooth out the lumps.
|Keep mixing and smoothing.|
|I decided that it needed a little more|
mayo to make it a little smoother.
|When you are done you should have|
something that looks like this.
Nice and smooth.
|I took a grapefruit spoon to fill the eggs with because|
it has a pointed end but you can use a regular
spoon or a pastry pag to fill the eggs with. =)
|Make sure you have a substantial amount|
of filling in each egg.
|This is the caviar to buy.|
|Isn't it beautiful?|
Use a pearl spoon. Never metal because when
metal mixes with the caviar it causes a chemical
reaction and makes the caviar taste different.
|Voila! Your beautiful, tasty deviled eggs!|
Ciao for now,