Yield: Yields 12
These ultimate deviled eggs transform your Easter finds into party-food favorites. To dress them up for a brunch or other gathering, top each egg with a small dollop of salmon roe.
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Serve with Spicy Bloody Marys.
Have made twice--the 1 cup of mayo turned the filling into a less-flavorful taste. Someone commented here to only use enough mayonnaise to bind the ingredients together--which is exactly my recommendation. The flavors pop! And don't use a food processor on the capers--rough chop them. SO great--they disappear as soon as you put them out.
This recipe has become a family favorite!
Featured these on my blog today! Thanks for the great recipe. http://wp.me/p2ZsWv-1dTClaire @ A Little Claireification
Everyone loved these as an Easter appetizer-even the self-professed smoked salmon haters. Could have easily doubled the recipe. The balsamic capers I used added an extra layer of flavor.
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