3/12/13

Marbled Deviled Eggs

Mamma What's Wrong With Those Eggs?

Hola Amigos! Happy Tuesday! I realized that I have my family trained when it comes to food, don't get me wrong, they can be harsh critics, but they expect certain dishes at certain times of the year and anything out of the usual timing, sends them all for a spin. Last Sunday when out of the blue I made Deviled Eggs, the first thing my husband said was..:"wait..is Easter next Sunday or something?".Mamma what happened to those eggs? are we hiding them now? my tot said...Cool Deviled Eggs, did you take a pic of them yet so I can eat them? my also trained  (blog wise trained too) teen asked.

No, to all of the above..I just wanted to try something I saw on Pinterest..(Insert collective Ohhh, followed by a What's Pinterest) ...and that's how my pinteresting Sunday Marbled Deviled Eggs started.
These are fun eggs to make, and they look so pretty..just only a bit of patience required to crack them in the right way so they all look like draped in colorful spider webs!...what makes me think these would be awesome for Halloween!!!!

Let's get the crackalaking going:

Don't they look absolutely awesome? This was for sure a Pinterest success!

Wonder what kind of chicken would lay eggs like this?

For the Deviled Eggs, well we all know how to make them and we all have our own recipes, so I won't bore you with that, I add to my mix some curry powder, smoked molasses seasoning and for heat,  a few (maybe 2) drops of Aji Chombo Sauce! A super spicy sauce derived from a truly C. chinense pepper mostly grown in the Amazon basin. It is known by that name in my country.

It takes longer to make these guys than for my boys to devour them! Down and gone! But I like to make them happy and surprise them with an out of season treat once in a while.

Hope you enjoyed my little Pinterest experiment and a few personal tips for your next batch of Deviled Eggs for this coming Easter. Remember, everything you make tastes better with a Pinch of Love!

Note: Due to Stolen Content by Unscrupulous people and blogs all the pictures and links to this post have been removed!
Besitos,
Lizy

Sharing some Colorful Eggs at these Fabulous Parties:

50 comments:

  1. I love them! Perfect for the project I am working on for our Easter buffet at the country club! I'll get pictures and send them to you when I am done. ;)

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    1. Will Love you to send them to me Mar...I will post them on my fb page!

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    1. Thank You Natalie! Sure I'll be there Thursday..you know I love your blog!

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  3. These are so cool! Love your pictures!
    Karen

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  4. They look amazing! So pretty and very classy!

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    1. Thank You Marlys...so sorry to hear about all the snow you are getting. Please be careful with all the shoveling, Hugs my dear!

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  6. oh my gosh they are beautiful, just amazing and I think any time is a good time for deviled eggs, why do I always make them in spring and summer, I saw this on Pinterest and thought it was beautiful, now you showed me its not impossible!!

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  7. Oh, Pinterest is addictive :) They turned out great, perfect for little kids :) My 6-year old said these are dinosaur eggs :)

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  9. Wow! Very cool idea, that's awesome!

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  10. You have a wonderful blog!! I'm your newest GFC follower from the “Adorned From Above” blog hop - this is my blog if you wanted to follow back: godsgrowinggarden.com
    Thanks
    Angie

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  11. These do look really nice (very pretty!). I like the idea of black for Halloween too, it does look like a spider web.

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    1. Thanks KC...lol an optical illusion for real!

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  13. Those sure were a success. However, I think I'd like them more as your Halloween idea! - the black ones with a menacing little spider plopped atop!
    Enjoyed your introduction describing family comments - all the kids (daddy included!) learn fast not to mess with mommy's projects, don't they? :)

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    1. Thank You Home Girl! I hope your family enjoys them as much as mine.

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  16. Oh Wow! These are fantastic. Certainly going to try these...will head over to Pinterest now to check out some more! Thanks for sharing. Chel x

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    1. Thank You Robin! They are quite fun to make...a little messy...but fun and the results are worth the dyed finger tips! Hugs

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    1. Thank You Christie...I'll bet your little one is going to have a batch of marbled deviled eggs every week...or go Easter Egg hunting all the way to Halloween, lol...thnaks for the future feature...can't wait! Hugs, Lizy

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  21. These eggs are beautiful and they make me giggle too! What a great job you did with them...and all your photos are just stunning. Pinning!!!

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  23. Beautiful!! I started making eggs like this years ago when my daughter was in Girl Scouts!!! I had forgotten how cool they look when they are finished....I think this year I will make these with my Grandson:) Lynn @ Turnips 2 Tangerines

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    1. Thank You so much Lynn, send me a pic of the ones you make with your Grandson! that is so cool!

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    1. Thank You so much Nicole for your kind comment and your visit!

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    1. Thank You so much Susie! So "Eggciting"!!! Very honored! Thanks

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    1. Thank You Miss Kelli for your visit and the pin! Visit back soon!

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  29. What a great idea! They look gorgeous. And yummy. . . Pinned!

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  31. Your eggs are gorgeous, thanks for visiting mine! :)
    The deviled eggs look yummy too!

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    1. Thank You Jody! Happy Easter to you too! so happy you are following now, that is awesome!

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    1. Thank You Tonia and thanks for visiting the blog!

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