It's time for one of my favorite appetizers, Deviled Eggs! This is one of those age old classics that never goes out of favor with party guests. There are about a million deviled egg recipes out there, with anywhere from four to forty ingredients. This recipe is relatively simple and while you can taste the bacon, it doesn't over power the original flavor of a true deviled egg. Enjoy!
Okay, you're going to need this for an upcoming recipe. It's an answer to an age old question: How do you hard boil an egg? I found this recipe somewhere and it's so easy. I wish I could reference where I got it from. If you are going to make deviled eggs, I suggest laying the eggs on their side in the refrigerator the night before. This helps center the yolk. This recipe works for any amount of eggs, so there are no adjustments to be made from 1 to a million. Follow these steps:
I came up with this recipe out of nowhere. I sort of knew how to make Shrimp Scampi but I'm not a huge seafood fan. I can handle shrimp every once in awhile, but it's not an every week thing for me. My wife loves garlic, thus she loves Shrimp Scampi. At the time of this recipe's creation, we were just dating and I wanted to impress her and still enjoy the meal. So, I came up with this. Basically, I ripped out the shrimp and added chicken breast. Then I added bacon because, well, bacon makes everything better. The recipe has changed a lot over the years, but it's still her favorite, even when I screw it up.
Okay, time for our first recipe here at Social Eject, Southwest Ranch Dip. This a zesty twist on your basic Ranch Dip. They now sell packets of a similar style but it's a lot funner to do your own. This will spice up any party without actually burning out the guests. Enjoy!
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