Bigger than chicken eggs, duck eggs are better for you, too. And the flavors in this gem are a twist on the traditional, helping offer a snack food that will change up your routine. This take on a classic deviled egg is great for holiday brunch, an anytime snack, or for a party appetizer.
For those on the keto diet, we are constantly searching for food recipes to satisfy our growing desire for the best proteins and fats to help us shed those extra unwanted pounds. Duck eggs are perfect for this and are delicious as well! Use duck eggs like you would regular eggs; in omelets, in baking dishes, for coating meats, etc. Fresh duck eggs are an amazing protein.
Starting by carefully slicing your hard-boiled eggs in half, followed by spooning out the yolks into a separate bowl, taking care not to break the whites; set the whites aside for later use.
Next finely chop the pickle, reserving a bit for garnishing before throwing the rest in a mixing bowl. In your mixing bowl, add the mayonnaise, Dijon mustard, lemon juice (or pickle juice) and egg yolks, mixing well with a fork.
Season with salt and pepper to desired taste before using a small spoon to transfer the egg yolk mixture back into the egg white halves. Garnish with your pickle garnish, red bell pepper bits, and a sprinkle of paprika before storing in an airtight container in the refrigerator for up to 2 days if not serving immediately.
Again, consider this a starting point. Personally, I prefer lime juice to pickle juice, but your tastes may vary. Consider other seasonings, too; for instance, I love adding a dash of dill, which also gives the yolk mix a little bit of a green tint. Work with what you like.
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