I consider myself to be a rather patient person. I can handle crying newborns, testing-the-limit toddlers, cranky people and almost any stressful situation. It takes quite a bit to get my feathers ruffled.
In regards to cooking however there are two things that I don’t make. Pancakes and deviled eggs. For some reason these two items take just the right amount of patience and attention. I tend to flip pancakes either too early (runny) or too late (burnt). I also have not hard-boiled eggs for the same reason. I either forget how long they were in the pot or I pull them too soon! It’s unbelievable that I can make just about anything except these two! My husband makes the pancakes in this family and I had given up completely on making deviled eggs.
Traveling through Pinterest the other day I ran across a pin explaining how to bake eggs to hard-boil them. I have never heard of this method! A perfect tutorial for wacky Wednesday. I’m sure I might be the only one that hasn’t heard of this but this is for sure the method for me. I can make anything in an oven!!
Bake the eggs at 325 for 30 minutes. You can put the eggs in a cupcake pan. I didn’t. I put them right on the rack with a cookie sheet underneath just in case one broke.
Recipe for deviled eggs (from Deviled Eggs).
6 hard-boiled eggs, peeled and cut lengthwise
1/4 cup mayonnaise
1 tsp dijon mustard
1 tsp chives, chopped finely for filling
1 tsp chives, chopped for garnish
3 dashes of hot sauce (you choice)
1/8 tsp salt
1/4 tsp ground black pepper
Paprika for garnish or a light sprinkle of chili powder for extra kick
Peeled eggs after baking in the oven
Sliced in half (per my oldest who didn’t want to do them lengthwise!!)
Our completed deviled eggs!!! They tasted fantabulously yummy!
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