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Classic deviled eggs, with their creamy, tangy filling and a sprinkle of paprika, are the epitome of timeless appetizers that never go out of style. View the recipe below!
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Yes, you can make deviled eggs a day in advance. Just be sure to store them in an airtight container in the refrigerator.
To prevent green rings, avoid overcooking the eggs. Follow the 10-minute simmering time, and immediately transfer them to an ice bath to cool.
While yellow mustard is classic, you can experiment with Dijon mustard or even honey mustard for different flavor profiles.
Place them on a tray or in a container with a lid, and keep them cold with ice packs or ice packs underneath.
Leftover deviled eggs can be refrigerated for up to 2 days, but they are best when enjoyed fresh.
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