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Well, I Haven’t Had These Quite Like This Before – WOW!
Forget making them the plain way – kick the appetizer tray up a notch and make some Breaded Deep-Fried Deviled Eggs. Sure to wow your palate, neither you nor anyone else will be bored by these yummy treats.
These will be the center of attention at the dinner table, but not for long. They will be gone in a heartbeat! You could say that deviled eggs are victims of their own success in a way. Though they look just lovely on a plate and could hardly be said to taste bad as-is (if you like egg and a touch of spicy flavor, that is), they’ve become such a commonly seen and eaten item at parties and tailgates that they’re kind of a yawner. “Oh, okay, great. Now what’s next?”
Well, it turns out, with just a little twist (an extra step or two, basically), you can make this classic but a bit clichéd party food item into something extra-savory and exciting. I’ve made these for a few parties already, and they were a great success!
Recipe and photo courtesy of The Temptations
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Quick tip: If chili powder isn’t your favorite, use pepper instead.