There are so many holiday recipes that call for mayonnaise…why not use the absolute best ever?
That’s what I think Dukes’s Mayonnaise is, just delicious.
Duke’s is southern style mayonnaise.
“Almost a century after Eugenia Duke created her unique mayonnaise recipe, Duke’s is still made in Greenville, South Carolina. Mrs. Duke’s kitchen has been replaced by a modern production facility that turns out 240 jars of mayonnaise a minute, but the uniquely Southern recipe for Duke’s Mayonnaise has remained the same.”
Duke’s is available at several local groceries, I got mine at Central Market.
Duke’s is wonderful in all kinds of holiday recipes, but for some reason it got me started thinking about deviled eggs. I like my deviled eggs simple, just salt & pepper and the best mayo I’ve ever tasted.
Here’s the Duke’s Mayonnaise recipe for Duke’s Deviled Eggs.
There’s probably a youngster or two in your crowd who will like them, and maybe a few adults!
Duke’s Deviled Eggs
- 12 hard-cooked eggs, peeled
- 1/3 cup Duke’s Mayonnaise
- 2 tsp Sauer’s Yellow Mustard
- Salt and Sauer’s Black Pepper to taste
1. Cut eggs in half lengthwise; remove yolks.
2. In medium bowl, mash yolks with fork. Add mayonnaise, mustard, salt and pepper.
3. Refill whites with yolk mixture; garnish as desired. Serve immediately or cover and refrigerate up to 2 days.
I AGREE—DUKE’S IS THE BEST !! FOR THE EGGS, I COOK A FEW EXTRA AND MASH SOME WHITE TO ADD WITH THE YOLK
REALLY GOOD…..ANY WAY YOU DO IT…..I LIKE SIMPLE TOO PAT
Dukes’ s is just the best! Thanks Pat!
I have to say that these sound bland! I have always added sweet relish, Worcestershire sauce, and use dill pickle juice to thin the mash a little. Then garnish with Paprika!
Chance, I’ll eat just about anything and I bet those are good!
Just to be clear, the mayonnaise and mustard stay the same as usual, but a little less mayo to compensate for the pickle juice so they aren’t too thin. I will try Duke’s Mayo next time though as I have never used anything but Kraft or Hellmann’s. Thanks!
Got it Chance!
Yes! I love Duke’s mayo. It just has a little zing to it! That’s for telling me about it. I thought Hellmans was the only one. Found mine at HEB!
It’s delish Aven!
Thanks for the recommendation…. will definitely give Duke’s a try! Love me some deviled eggs!!!
Every try the lobster deviled eggs @ Pappas Bros? Fuhgettaboutit!!!!! 🙂
Oh wow that sounds good!
Jane- I have bought Duke’s and it is the BEST! I took your advice and I got the regular and low-fat at Central Market. I like my eggs simple like your recipe but I do add a few finely chopped jalapenos! RoyBoy and I had our peas last night and I am serving them again tonight! Thanks for all your tips…I LOVE your email digest!!!!! Happy New Year!
Thank you Renee! And Happy 2015, Jane