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The only deviled egg recipe you’ll need this Easter

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Nothing says Easter quite like eggs.

Painted, deviled, scrambled or dyed, these incredible, edible eats are worth the hunt.

This year, don’t get caught up in preparing fussy, fancy deviled eggs for the holiday brunch or lunch. Stick with the basics and you’ll have a foolproof tray of Easter appetizers that will impress the whole crowd.

All you’ll need are eggs, mustard, mayonnaise, cayenne, paprika, salt, pepper and a little parsley for garnish. Since most of these ingredients are pantry staples anyway, you likely won’t have to make any additional trips to the store.

Check out these foolproof Bedeviled Eggs for an easy, festive way to kick off your Easter celebration.

And the best part? They’re a blank canvas for whatever additions you feel like adding. Chopped spicy pickles, lemon zest, food dye — the sky’s the limit!

And don’t forget to have a happy Easter.

Head over to Fieldhouse Kitchen for more recipes and ideas inspired by cooking with minimal space, supplies and money in a New York City studio.



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