Saturday, January 17, 2015

Buffalo Deviled Eggs and fun football napkins

The countdown to the Super Bowl is on! As a wing lover it was only a matter of time until I tried some Buffalo Deviled Eggs and I thought they were great! There are many variations, some even calling for adding chicken to the eggs, I kept mine simple letting the Franks RedHot Sauce be the star. You might even want to serve them with a bottle of hot sauce available for an extra shot of spice, you know, if your crowd is into that sort of thing:@)
The recipe below is from Food Network Magazine. For my eggs, I basically mixed mayo and Ken's Steakhouse Blue Cheese Salad Dressing half and half, added celery, a few grinds of black pepper and then shook in hot sauce to taste. I do think these eggs are best eaten on the day they're made. If you're a lover of Buffalo flavored foods, you'll like these deviled eggs folks!

Walmart had some fun football items and I got a kick out of the napkins...

Buffalo Deviled Eggs-from Food Network Magazine, April 2014
  1. For each 12 hard boiled eggs, cut in half, pop yolks out.
  2. Mash yolks with 1/4 C mayonnaise, stir in 1/4 C finely chopped celery and 2 Tblsp Buffalo hot sauce. Spoon into egg whites, top with crumbled blue cheese and chopped celery leaves.
Eat well and GO TEAM:@)

17 comments:

  1. adding chicken to the eggs...just seems wrong somehow! :)

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  2. Yep, my crowd would love these Lynn. They love hot, spicy foods. I love those napkin choices from Wal Mart. I hope you bought some!

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  3. Your eggs sound like they would be a hit at our house Lynn! Cute napkins too :)

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  4. Mmm, sounds REALLY good with the spicy touch! The napkins are all funny :-D

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  5. Since I have to buy eggs this time of year because I can't be without my hard-boiled - this would be a great way to eat them, even for breakfast.

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  6. I'm a sucker for funny cocktail napkins, and the Buffalo deviled eggs sound like a perfect pairing for hot wings and buffalo chicken dip :)
    Jenna

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  7. I just might give these a shot, Lynn...with the teeeniest-tinyest-slightest-smidgeon of a drop of "hot" sauce! LOL They really sound delicious & I cracked up over the napkins. I love funny ones, too & have a ton that speak to golf & tennis but not many football themed. I hope my Walmart has them this week. Thanks for telling us about them.

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  8. Beautiful presentation on the deviled eggs Lynn. I enjoy funny napkins too. I'll keep my eye out for them.
    Sam

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  9. Sounds delicious. I like spicy anything.

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  10. These sound so tasty - I hate peeling eggs so i will just pretend that I am going to make these :-)

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  11. Whoa, what a delicious twist on deviled eggs! A sad household after the games yesterday---but at least Super Bowl Sunday will be LESS stressful!

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  12. These eggs sound amazing. My son loads Frank's on everything and he is going to love these.

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  13. I love flavored deviled eggs, hubby not so much!!! Fun touch for a football party. You're so creative!!!

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