Background info: Evoking nostalgia and comfort among many a food aficionado today, deviled eggs have been part of our culinary history since the ancient Romans, who had a saying, “ab ova usque ad mala,” meaning, ‘from eggs to apples,’ to describe the progression of a typical meal. The earliest recorded deviled egg recipe, originating in 13th century Spain, featured ingredients unusual in today’s recipes, such as murri (a sauce made of fermented barley or fish) and onion juice.
Despite recent debate about their true health benefits and conflicting global nutritional guidelines, eggs have been a vital nutrient source for thousands of years, with recent evidence suggesting that consuming eggs is ideal for optimal cardiometabolic health and beneficial for those with type 2 diabetes.
If you keep a supply of French Onion “Chip Dip” on hand, you can whip up these tasty and nutrient-dense appetizers for drop-in visitors in minutes.
- 6 pastured eggs, hard boiled and peeled
- 2-3 tablespoons French Onion “Chip Dip”
Cut eggs in half. Remove yolks to a small bowl and mash with a fork. Add chip dip and mix until smooth. Spoon into egg white halves and sprinkle with paprika. Chill before serving.
Recipe by: Annie Dru, CCE
Published in the Price-Pottenger Journal of Health & Healing
Spring 2012 | Volume 36, Number 1
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