Deviled Eggs with a Tuna Twist
The Super Bowl has just started so let the partying begin! Who doesn’t love deviled eggs? These deviled eggs with a tuna twist make a great appetizer to serve at your party. Actually, these are great anytime of the year. It just so happens I made these today and wanted to get them posted asap before the big game but that didn’t happen!
We love a good deviled egg, but today I wanted to change things up a bit. I had made these deviled eggs with a tuna twist before and they were a huge hit. So today, I decided that you all needed to get this recipe in your hot little hands and give it a try too!
Eggs and tuna together? Yep, and it’s delicious. Add some relish, mayonnaise, some garlic salt and pepper sprinkled with some paprika and dried parsley, and you have yourself a great little appetizer.
My sister-in-law, Suzanne, LOVED these the last time I made them. She will be so happy to know I made them again.
What are your favorite appetizers to serve and eat during the big game? So many choices to make with so many delicious varieties, it’s so hard to choose. This is one to add to your list of appetizers for your next party or get together.
Try this recipe today
- 7-8 hard boiled eggs, cut in half.
- ¼ cup tuna fish, drained
- ¼ cup + 1 tsp mayonnaise
- 3 tsp dill relish
- ½ tsp salt, more if needed
- ⅛ tsp pepper
- Dried parsley (optional)
- Boil eggs, let cool.
- Once cooled, peel and cut each egg in half.
- Take out yokes and place in a mixing bowl.
- Smash with a fork and add tuna, mayonnaise, relish, salt and pepper.
- Stir until well incorporated.
- Spoon mixture into each egg.
- Sprinkle with a little paprika and dried parsley (optional)
- Chill and enjoy!
Here are a couple pics that are the perfect size for pinning to Pinterest.
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