Mar 29 2014

BodyRocker’s Eggs

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Hi BodyRockers,

Today I have something really amazing for you guys.  It’s a healthy spin on the traditional Deviled Eggs recipe. It’s a fast and easy to prepare appetizer or a snack for all of you BodyRockers who care about your fitness and health. It’s really yummy so check out the step by step recipe below and give it a try.

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Ingredients:

6 hard boiled eggs, 6 teaspoons of plain yogurt, 2 teaspoons of dijon mustard, 2 teaspoons of finely chopped onion, 2 tablespoons of honey, 2 tablespoons of paprika, chilli powder.

Take the eggs out of their shells and cut them in half.

By the way eggs play an important role in well balanced healthy diet for numerous health benefits. The egg whites are also an amazing source of protein and one egg contains only 70 calories.

Take the yolks out and put them into a bowl.

Remember that most of the key nutrients including half of the eggs protein are found in egg yolk so if you don’t eat the egg yolks you are basically missing out on many of the egg’s nutritional benefits.

Crumble the yolks with a fork.

Add the yogurt and mustard to the yolk.

Notice that there is no mayo in this recipe. I am using plain yogurt instead.

Add the onion as well and move it around a little to mix the ingredients.

Did you know that onions can improve your lung function and therefore they are great for astmatics? Onions in your diet will also protect you from certain infections,cancers, and cardiovascular disease.

Squeeze about 2 tablespoons of honey out of the honey bear right over the mixture.

Yummy, I love honey! It’s an energy booster because it’s a natural sources of carbs and it’s known for preventing fatigue during exercise. All bodyrockers should include honey into their diet to support their bodyrocking ;)

Add the paprika and move the egg yolks carefully around.

Paprika is also a part of overall healthy diet because it’s high in vitamin C and may help in digestion, improve blood circulation, and regulate blood pressure.

Sprinkle some chille powder over the top – it’s up to you how spicy you wanted to be. Chilli has all kinds of health benefits and may help you to boost your immunity and improve your cardivascular system. Eating chilli can be also beneficial in weight loss because the heat you feel after eating chilli takes energy and calories.

Take a teaspoon and fill the hard boiled egg whites with the mixture. Sprinkle the top of each egg with paprika and serve.

I hope that you guys will enjoy this recipe as much as I did and leave me some feedback in the comments below.

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  • Ams90067

    So did anyone ever find out how many of these deviled eggs to eat? 1 or 2 or what? I need specifics people! Thank you!

  • caromalize

    This recipe needs to be updated.  My family did not enjoy these due to the typo concerning two tablespoons instead of two teaspoons of paprika.  I thought it was kind of strange but went ahead and added it.  I’m wondering if that much honey is a typo too. 

  • Alyona9191

    this is sickly delicious, i dont know how to cook, but it came out soooo good!Thank you so much 

  • Alyona9191

    this is sickly delicious, i dont know how to cook, but it came out soooo good!Thank you so much 

  • Rachel

    Can I see the nutritional information, please?

  • Anonymous

    cool, I didn’t know that about mustard seed!

  • Anonymous

    dear heavy breather
    my pollen allergies were getting quite bad, and then I gave up dairy products.  most of my hayfever went away as well.  I found out that if you are eating things that irritate you (that you may be allergic to) it causes stress in the body, and when your body is stressed allergies become worse and you can develop more and more of them.  It might be worthwhile checking out what you eat if you haven’t before, it might help with your asthma.  I have given up dairy products and now all grains and I feel great and 99% of my allergies are now gone.  irritation and allergies can be a funny thing, you can not even know you have them until they are gone!

  • Karlalevel

    Delicious!

  • RoseWellness

    Add some honey to your water but adding to a protein meal will cause a delay in digestion and fermentation. Agave to water is another excellent way to feed the brain too!

  • Anonymous

    This THE best egg recipe I’ve tried lately!!! Thank you Zuzka I love your recipes, you’re brilliant!! :)

  • mag

    where are you Zu??? I miss you so much!, please just show how are you! some recipe video or coffe talk will be perfect!, please come back

  • http://twitter.com/IronFistGirl Tara Fox

    These are to die for !! Ive just started my fiance on bodyrock 30 day challenge who also likes to cook and he seen these and had to make them.  Very very yummy

  • Anonymous

    I did this yesterday and boy were the eggs really filling! But there were also very yummy, thanks for a great recipe Zuzi. 

    And I also wanted to wish you and all Bodyrockers a fabulous 2012, may it be even better than the last year!

  • Foster Jewels

    Zuzana and bodyrockers. Happy holidays to you all! I’m having a hard time with my diet. I have colotis and other food allergies. I’m also mostly vegan. I’ll eat cheese from time to time but eggs makes me sick. I’ve been doing the work outs but its leaving me exhausted for the rest of the day. ive been taking protein supplements, eat a lot of soy, beans and nuts. I eat the a lot of veggies small amount of carbs and fruit. Any tips, advice? Heart to all the body rockers, and to Freddy, zuzana, Sean and lisa

  • Foster Jewels

    Zuzana and bodyrockers. Happy holidays to you all! I’m having a hard time with my diet. I have colotis and other food allergies. I’m also mostly vegan. I’ll eat cheese from time to time but eggs makes me sick. I’ve been doing the work outs but its leaving me exhausted for the rest of the day. ive been taking protein supplements, eat a lot of soy, beans and nuts. I eat the a lot of veggies small amount of carbs and fruit. Any tips, advice? Heart to all the body rockers, and to Freddy, zuzana, Sean and lisa

  • Lisa

    Just made this…it was tasty. I think I will use cayenne pepper instead of chili pepper next time. I don’t find the chili pepper has enough “kick”. I also took others’ advice and used 2 teaspoons of paprika vs tablespoons. I might also use a little less honey next time. Overall, great snack that I will do again! Thanks Zuzana, hope to see another video from you soon! I miss you!

  • Melissa

    Thats why you salt the water- it helps make it easier to peel the shell off.  And tap it with the back of a spoon, then peel them under running water.  Always works for me!

  • Mbalison

    I love how you are adding in tthe health benefits of some of these foods!  What a great way to educate and teach people how to make good choices

  • Anonymous

    Hi Bailey,

    I would suggest drinking more water if you are not already.  Try to think of your least favorite foods when you think of foods or see them spoiled, rotting and moldy.

    –Chris

  • Jessical_9

    Here are the nutrition facts for BodyRocker’s Eggs;
    Serving size is 1/6 recipe (two halves, or the amount that one whole egg would make):
    calories; 102, fat; 5.3 grams, protein; 6.6 grams, carbohydrates; 6.8 grams.
    I have not figured up the metric equivalents of the ingredients, but as soon as I make them, I’ll weigh it all out and post the results if anybody’s interested.

  • mag

    Hi Zu!! where are you?! we are waiting for more amazing recipes!!

  • Zouzou_polpapitchou

    Just preparing them now and already salivating….

  • http://twitter.com/FlaviaRequim Flavia Requim

    Loved the info about each ingredient! It really rocked! Gonna prepare tomorrow! =D

  • Anonymous

    Hi Ashley Roy,

    I made some yesterday for a Christmas Party and they were well received!  I was sort of hoping Zuzka would continue this theme and provide us with some side dishes and the main dish for a Christmas/Holiday dinner.

    –Chris

  • KIMBERLAKE93

    WOW!  Tried this today….awesome Zuz!!!  I cut the servings in half as I only tried 3 eggs instead of 6.  And reading some of the other posts, I did the paprika with Teaspoon instead of Tablespoon as everyone was saying it seemed like a bit too much. MMMM….luv the honey and dijon mustard combo!  I also added my usual red onion and celery for the “crunch” aspect.  I may just add a bit of dill pickle next time too, what a great idea!  Thanks so much for this healthier kick Zuzka, I just luv devilled eggs so this is wonderful!  Thanks!  Muuuaaahhhh!  :)

  • KIMBERLAKE93

    Soooo….what did they think?????  :)

  • Anonymous

    Good for you elisbet!

    I thought of more stuff!  Don’t sit when you can stand, move around. be the gopher – I’ll go get this, I’ll go get that!  Let me help you carry that!  I’ll help do the dishes!  Do you need me to run to the store? -then do some extra walking. Oh it’s downstairs/upstairs, I’ll go get it!

    If you are going to try to cook healthier things for your family, it can go over best if you say, Oh I know this really good recipe for this.  Rather than mentioning that it is healthier, sometimes people can really take offence.  Take some of zuzana’s recipes with you.

  • http://hapatime.blogspot.com Jessica R.

    I am definitely making this tomorrow! thanks zuzana!

  • Annebel Wind

    Hi Zuzanna,

    I like this recipe, I allready make this as a snack.. Nice to see how to make it more healthy.. :D
    I also wanted to ask you and other bodyrockers if they know specific lunch recipes witch are healthy and easy to take to work.. because for me this is always my point of failure.. And also maybe some nice recipes for the holidays? Some healthy cakes or something.. Would be fun.. Thank you for this one..

  • Czerskii

    thanks Zuzanna.  Hope you are having a great day.  I look forward to eating this after i Make it.

  • http://www.thrive-style.com Lisakthrives

    I use an egg poaching pan—crack an egg in each spot, add water to the bottom of the pan, bring to boil, then simmer the water till the yolk is firm (for hard boiled…if you actually wanted to poach, you’d take them off when the yolk was runny). This way I don’t have to peel eggs!

  • Roxalien

    Hey but did you know that what you’re saying is a myth? Studies have shown we can eat one even 2 eggs each day without risk. Just google “egg cholesterol myth” and you will get plenty of results on that. Just one one of many: http://www.goeim.com/edelman/incredibleedibleegg_press_release/02-06-08/index3.html

  • Cherylpowers

    I cant wait to try this – I just bought some Mesquite honey from Trader Joe’s- this is good excuse to use it !

  • Anonymous

    I like eggs and the recipe! Thanks Zuzka! 

    Please help me, tell me what you would do? I think I’m gonna have a problem at Christmas.. My family members are… large (except my bro), and I truly wonder how to sustain a balanced diet in the middle of all those unhealthy foods, desserts, hey-lets-have-a-coffee-break-cakes. I wouldn’t want to upset my family, but what can I do? They don’t understand this at all and cook eat mostly rubbish. I’m not very tall so I gain easy weight if I eat too much, and hate the idea of losing this quite nice body I have already gotten by body rocking.. Help!

    • Poppy

      This is easier than you’re making it out to be. Go ahead and eat what they eat, just in smaller portions. Offer to make some healthy sides (veggies, salad, fruit, etc) to go along with the meal and load up your plate with those, and just a few bites of the “unhealthy” food. And up your workouts a bit if need be…I promise you can make it through the season eating seasonal foods without packing on the pounds.

      Silly as it may sounds (due to the title, not the idea), consider picking up a copy of “French Women Don’t Get Fat.” She talks a great deal about portion control and how to deal with situations that involve unhealthy food, eating out, etc. You don’t need to deny yourself–just don’t pig out.

      Also, it’s just a day or two–in the long run, one, two, even three days of eating “badly” is not going to throw you wildly off track. Just clean up your diet after the holidays are over and hit the bodyrocking extra hard. :)

    • Poppy

      This is easier than you’re making it out to be. Go ahead and eat what they eat, just in smaller portions. Offer to make some healthy sides (veggies, salad, fruit, etc) to go along with the meal and load up your plate with those, and just a few bites of the “unhealthy” food. And up your workouts a bit if need be…I promise you can make it through the season eating seasonal foods without packing on the pounds.

      Silly as it may sounds (due to the title, not the idea), consider picking up a copy of “French Women Don’t Get Fat.” She talks a great deal about portion control and how to deal with situations that involve unhealthy food, eating out, etc. You don’t need to deny yourself–just don’t pig out.

      Also, it’s just a day or two–in the long run, one, two, even three days of eating “badly” is not going to throw you wildly off track. Just clean up your diet after the holidays are over and hit the bodyrocking extra hard. :)

    • Anonymous

      Elisbet

      If you are just going to be there for a couple hours, then eat before you go some really good fibre filled food, so you won’t be as tempted, drink lots of water while you’re there.  Take small bites, and put your fork down between bites, and try to eat everything with a fork, or spoon, both slow you down.  Also make sure you are talking while dinner is going on, if you’re talking its harder to eat.  Then everyone else will finish, and you can get rid of yours without finishing.

      If you are going and staying for a few days, do the above and take along a skipping rope, throw in some extra skipping (or just do high knees in your room, on a pillow if you need to muffel the sound!)  Either do some extra workouts or just do some challenges – for example everytime you have to use the bathroom, do 10 squats and 10 dips off the tub, no one will know what you are doing in there!  Everytime you go to your bedroom, do 10 pushups.  You can also do tabata intervals – 4 min 8 rounds 10 sec & 20 sec.  pick something like squats and do as many in the 20sec as possible, then either rest or hold squat in the 10 sec.  4 min, you can get away without sweating, maybe! 

      you might be able to bring some healthy food along in your luggage to help fill you up so you don’t eat as much of the unhealthy stuff, without offending anyone!

  • Fz_sakib

    i would love to try it

  • PeteyPete

    What the chicken is fed makes the difference. I don’t think organic is necessarily better. I’ve had organic eggs that made me nauseous. Also, sense of smell and taste differ wildly among people. I’ve never been able to eat lettuce by itself as it simply taste like dirt to me.

  • PeteyPete

    What the chicken is fed makes the difference. I don’t think organic is necessarily better. I’ve had organic eggs that made me nauseous. Also, sense of smell and taste differ wildly among people. I’ve never been able to eat lettuce by itself as it simply taste like dirt to me.

  • Anonymous

    That is so cool, I didn’t do anything wrong I just have fresh eggs!  hahaha!  I never knew that,  I always boil eggs long enough and drain the water and put under the cold tap, constantly taking out water that heats up, until it stays cold, then leave them there for a bit.  People have always told me that I wasn’t cooling them fast enough,  and I’m like – yes I am, but my shells so often come off in little bitty pieces that 1/2 the white is gone!

    Thanks for the tip!

  • Anonymous

    A very good article that I came across that sums up some of the new research on eggs is http://www.getprograde.com/two-eggs-a-day.html?advert_id=FRPL
    I know there is a lot of information on the internet, but that doesn’t mean that it is correct……. food for thought (because I love thinking about food). :)

  • KIMBERLAKE93

    Great, thanks! :)

  • Laura

    did not know onions can help asthma! i am willing to try anything. thanks :)

  • Vada S

    *drooling* mmmmm, hungry…
    I can’t wait for the BR profiles! OMG I’m so excited. 
    BTW I Bodyrocked today :P

  • Jessica LeBoeuf

    I always hated deviled eggs because the mayonaise made it taste wierd. Love this new varation!! It’s sooooooo good!

  • Yulia Shapieva

    I loved the recipe!!! did it today and it disappeared from the plate in a sec thanks to my bfriend who is also sticking to healthy eating… We both loved it and i m deffinetly doing it very soon!!!and it ll be on my xmas dinner table too :DDD thank u Zuzi!!! plz show us yr face i m sure everyone miss u as much as I do :)) kisses!

  • Anonymous

    I made eggs similar to this the other night, except I used cottage cheese instead of yogurt and browned some home grown xtra lean ground beef and added that to the yolk and cottage cheese before re stuffing the overstuffed eggs.  All 4 of my kids gobbled them up.  All of the other goodies you added would be very yummy for me, but I’m not too sure about my kids…..at least then I would get to eat some!!! :)

  • ۞ BodyRocker ♥ Beth ۞

    Portion ? Time ? Served with ?

    thanks

    BR Beth

  • ۞ BodyRocker ♥ Beth ۞

    Portion ? Time ? Served with ?

    thanks

    BR Beth

  • Lauren

    If there are any vegan (or egg-averse) bodyrockers out there, tempeh is a great substitute to making an “egg” or “tuna” salad to eat with green salad or in a wrap.  You just crumble the tempeh into a bowl, add some Veganaise (or yogurt or whatever), chopped celery, chopped cashews, chopped raisins, and some curry powder (sometimes garlic powder, turmeric, and cumin, too, depending on how fancy I’m feeling).  Stir it all up and you have a tasty, high-protein, snack/lunch.  I love this tempeh “tu-NO” salad and there are a ton of variations you could try.  :)

  • Lauren

    If there are any vegan (or egg-averse) bodyrockers out there, tempeh is a great substitute to making an “egg” or “tuna” salad to eat with green salad or in a wrap.  You just crumble the tempeh into a bowl, add some Veganaise (or yogurt or whatever), chopped celery, chopped cashews, chopped raisins, and some curry powder (sometimes garlic powder, turmeric, and cumin, too, depending on how fancy I’m feeling).  Stir it all up and you have a tasty, high-protein, snack/lunch.  I love this tempeh “tu-NO” salad and there are a ton of variations you could try.  :)

  • SaraLovesBodyrock

    Q: What did the evil chicken lay? 
    A: Deviled eggs! 
    Muahahahah! 
    I love deviled eggs!!! :D

  • Anonymous

    Just for info purposes – apparantly if you eat only egg whites you put yourself at risk of a biotin deficiency, but the egg yolk is biotin rich, so if you eat them together you’re good!  anyone else ever heard this?

  • GoustiFruit

    Dijon mustard: does it still exist ? I thought that the last producing unit died last year or so ???

  • Anonymous

    Just made these and eating some of them right now,… delish!!!

  • http://profiles.google.com/emily.27.uk Emily Hale

    Is it bad that I have never boiled an egg?  Any tips for a newbie on how to do it?  Also do you cook the onions or just use them raw, can you tell Im sooooo not the chef in my house, but these look super yummy, Id love to surprise my husband with them. xx

    • Anonymous

      Me neither! But I am going to try. Her’s what Yahoo answers said…
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      Your hard boiled eggs should never smell like sulfur.

      Use fresh eggs (fresh eggs will not float)
      Use room temperature eggs (They will not crack while cooking)
      Place in pan of cold water. Heat just till boiling (aids in letting eggs warm up slowly so they will not crack)
      As soon as water boils. Cover and remove from heat.
      Wait 15-18 minutes (no more)
      Rinse in cold water (to stop the cooking process)
      Peel under cold water (help shell come off in large pieces)
      You can peel them as soon as they are cool enough to handle.
      Never will you smell sulfur or have green tinged egg yolks (both from overcooking).

      • Mmghia

        You learn somethig new everyday!! Thanks for the info.I have been cooking a long time and I still did not know some of this stuff.

    • Anonymous

      Me neither! But I am going to try. Her’s what Yahoo answers said…
      ————

      Your hard boiled eggs should never smell like sulfur.

      Use fresh eggs (fresh eggs will not float)
      Use room temperature eggs (They will not crack while cooking)
      Place in pan of cold water. Heat just till boiling (aids in letting eggs warm up slowly so they will not crack)
      As soon as water boils. Cover and remove from heat.
      Wait 15-18 minutes (no more)
      Rinse in cold water (to stop the cooking process)
      Peel under cold water (help shell come off in large pieces)
      You can peel them as soon as they are cool enough to handle.
      Never will you smell sulfur or have green tinged egg yolks (both from overcooking).

    • KIMBERLAKE93

      YES raw!!!  I also add some celery to give it a little bit of “crunch” with the mooshyness in the eggs…the combo is to die for!!  Enjoy!!  :)

  • tee

    Oh zuzana!  I really loved how you told all the benefits of everything you put in your recipe!

    did you know that honey is the only food that never goes bad?  my new neighbour behind me keeps bees and gave me some of the honey!  mmmm so much better than that stuff from the store!

    • Anonymous

      Also, when bee’s collect pollen from different flowers the honey can taste different!

      this is my new name by the way!

      • http://dragonfly180.wordpress.com/ Cyrena

        and buying honey locally helps with allergies, because the bees are using pollen from your area. i never have allergy problems any more now that i buy and use honey from my community.

  • tee

    I love devilled eggs, but I eat them all!  giggle!  I don’t make them very often because I can’t hard boil the eggs properly!  my shells always stick!  anyone know why?

    • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_YRMLC7QLHYZ4Q3ZKCJOH2EZLMQ agnes

      boil the eggs in salty water. Before removing the shell, break it on different points, then put the eggs into cold water and keep them there for couple of minutes

  • Kikka

    thanks for it. i decided to have this recepy for my breakfast today:)

  • KIMBERLAKE93

    I always assumed honey was bad for you…..good to know the benefits, thanks Z!
    Is this a special honey though?  More organic or is any honey okay to put in it?

  • mag

    so tasty!!! I will try it soon!
    Hey Zu, why in a old recipe you did eggs with brocoli or something like that and you put 2 egg white, and just 1 yolk??
    thanks for share iT! i LOVE that you are on the nutrition part even I miss you on workouts!

  • Ricky 29

    I don’t like boiled eggs! my grandpa always forced me to eat them. before I just didn’t like them, but after I hated them. now I start to eat like scrumbled eggs. or spanish tortilla. that’s yummy. but hardboiled eggs, no that is kind of red line.
    but just reading the title I didn’t realize it’s one of your recipes, zuzana! love ya so much!!! we need your input, even it’s on nutrition!

  • Svenja R.

    yeah you’re not leaving the yolk out. extra love-points for that :D
    gonna try that tomorrow. I’m a huuuge egg-lover. And I hate people saying eggs are unhealthy and I’m always like “What the heck are you white bread-eating-dumbass talking about!?”.. (sorry for my inelegant language but I was just quoting my mind)

    xoxo

    • ۞ BodyRocker ♥ Beth ۞

      HAHA U guys R so devilish ;D EGGS LOL

      “You Devilish Eggs !!!” :D

    • http://www.makavelina.cz Nina_CZ

      Agreed, Svenja :) I think that “eggs are unhealthy” is just an old “grandma talk,” if I can say it this way. I hate arguing with people when it comes to food, because some people are just very close-minded about stuff and believes all they read in “fit” magazines for women :D 

      • Svenja R.

        “grandma talk” :D.. that’s true

        When it comes to nutrition and diet in general I feel like everybody is searching for excuses, and I don’t even try to convert anybody or tell them what they’re doing is wrong. I simply answer when somebody asks me.A while ago somebody was asking me why I just gave away some chocolate and didn’t eat it myself. I said that I try to avoid sugar and all processed stuff and his reply was like “well but fruit and bread is also sugar in your body. Then you have to cut that out as well”and I thought like “come on just be honest to yourself.”I mean.. really?

        eating clean in public can be really tedious sometime.

        • Vera

          Yeah, some people just have trouble in understanding what “balance” means. They argue like kids, like if only extreme opposites  existed.

        • sveltana

          haha “eating clean in public” that would be a good topic, for example  I have to bring 2-3 meals to school with me everyday, and  its new classmates and I really wonder what they are thinking lol, I miss my old class, they knew how I am eating and we just smiled about it:D

      • Jennyifer

        Same goes for natural medicine. People are either accepting or totally closed minded and sold on pharmaceuticals. Very frustrating to try to teach them.

        • http://www.makavelina.cz Nina_CZ

          I really don’t like dealing with people who only have their own truth and are not able to consider a possibility of another truth being there, world is so full of possibilities, I guess everyone has his own truth, but why close our minds for others???

  • Svenja R.

    yeah you’re not leaving the yolk out. extra love-points for that :D
    gonna try that tomorrow. I’m a huuuge egg-lover. And I hate people saying eggs are unhealthy and I’m always like “What the heck are you white bread-eating-dumbass talking about!?”.. (sorry for my inelegant language but I was just quoting my mind)

    xoxo

  • Anonymous

    This looks awsome….I just happen to have boiled eggs in the fridge for kid’s school lunches. Iam gonna try this one tomorrow! Thanks Zuzka! I love trying all your recipes!

  • Christie

    Oh I love deviled eggs, I haven’t made them in a long time! I like using plain yogurt as a substitute for mayonnaise, I do that with my tuna salad :)

  • Anonymous

    Unfortunately, I think hard boiled eggs smell like barf. Which is a shame, because these look delicious. Sigh.

    • Anonymous

      I was just watching a cooking show and apparently if you cook them perfectly it isnt supposed to smell at all? I havent tried it yet but I always overcook mine and they smell. It said that the perfect amount of time for them to sit after they boil is 13 mins :) 

      • Anonymous

        Oo0o0o0 that’s interesting. Really, the only time I’ve ever witnessed them being eaten is by random people in public. Lunchrooms, school & the like.

        Come to think of it, when my grandma does it for Easter, there’s no odor at all! I guess even egg-boiling can be a science!

        I see an experiment in my future!

    • Anonymous

      I was just watching a cooking show and apparently if you cook them perfectly it isnt supposed to smell at all? I havent tried it yet but I always overcook mine and they smell. It said that the perfect amount of time for them to sit after they boil is 13 mins :) 

  • Anonymous

    How many would you consider a serving to be? I could see myself totally eating all of these haha

    • ۞ BodyRocker ♥ Beth ۞

      We should really know the portions… I would be happy to eat it w/ a bowl of veggies :) great meal & I also liked the fact that it’s called a meal by itself :)

  • Anonymous

    I adore “Devilled Eggs” (We call them Curried Eggs in Australia, and make them with curry powder) and I will definetly use this recipe in the near future – I make Curried Egg at least once a week to take to work for lunch.

    • Mmghia

      Would love that recipe, I love curry.  Do you just add some curry into the egg mixture or does the curry need to be cooked? Thanks

      • Anonymous

        The way we do it is to mash up some (whole peeled boiled eggs), add a tablespoon or so of mayonaisse and a teaspoon of mild curry powder and mix it together, then and add in some finely diced red onion (usually a quarter of the onion, otherwise it overpowers the eggs). But Zuza’s idea of plain yogurt and mustard could easily replace the mayonaisse and it would be SO MUCH BETTER FOR YOU, ha!

      • Mmghia

        Thanks Dot, will try these today!

  • Anonymous

    Hi Zuzka,

    No video? :-(  I love devil girl eggs!  Oops, I mean deviled eggs. :-)

    –Chris