Deviled eggs make every appetizer platter tastier. But should they be made with mayonnaise or Miracle Whip? It’s debatable, and I have the answer here!
My family is one of those that is divided over a topic that rips a hole into the solid foundation of generations of blood and love.
My father is one of those Miracle Whip supporters. He believes it is better on sandwiches and in things like tuna pasta salad.
His wife is a mayo user. She believes that mayo is better then the Whip, and uses it in her chicken salad and on her sandwiches.
Now when it comes to deviled eggs, dad thinks Miracle Whip makes for a creamer filling. His wife likes a mayo egg. I tend to lean towards mayo for everything, which is weird since I grew up in a Whip household.
What about you and your family? Are you Whip people or mayo people, and do you taunt those who have opposing points of view?
At every picnic from now through Labor Day, we will have two different versions of classic deviled eggs on the table.
There will also be two types of chicken salad, and two condiment options for every sandwich.
There is also much debate over how to boil an egg for the perfect yolk, and the best method I have found is to place the eggs in a large pot of water and bring to a boil. Cover, remove from heat and let sit for 15 minutes. Drain eggs and place immediately into an ice bath.
Now that you’ve got your hard boiled eggs, lets get to deviling them:
These little deviled eggs were the feature of April’s email from Pass the Sushi. You can sign up to receive monthly emails from Pass the Sushi here.