Mediterranean Tahini Deviled Eggs Recipe

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Mediterranean Tahini Deviled Eggs Recipe

Deviled eggs are easy to make and are always a hit at gatherings. You can play around with the flavor and the result is always amazing. If you are among the people who celebrate Easter, this recipe is much more healthier then the sugary chocolate eggs.  Today I am sharing  a mediterranean tahini deviled eggs recipe version and if you like it and can share more flavors in the future. You just need to ask in a comment. If you are looking for some other appetizers ideas, checkout my full recipe page here.

Mediterranean Tahini Deviled Eggs Recipe

Ingredients

Preparation 

  1. Cut the eggs in half and slowly separate the the egg white and the yolk
  2. Put the yolk in a bowl and smash it with a fork
  3. Add all the ingredients and mix throughly
  4. form little balls and put them on the egg whites
  5. Decorate with some green shallots and sprinkle with  sweet paprika

Note: The best way to cook boiled eggs

  • Bring enough water to cover the eggs by one inch to boil
  • Slowly put the eggs inside the boiling water
  • let it cook for 8 minutes
  • Remove from head and cover the pan for an extra 5 minutes
  • Drain under cold running water
  • Peel and serve hot or cold, or make some delicious deviled eggs.

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Mediterranean Tahini Deviled Eggs

Massiva Ouali BA, LSH, CRTS is a part time blogger, author and a mom on a mission to help her family live a better and healthier life through Mediterranean recipes cooking, natural beauty, personal care and cleaning recipes, successful parenting and much more. The recipes she shares have been tested and approved by her family of 5. Her goal is to help you reach your best in health and wellness. She named her blog after a therapy called '"Raindrop Technique” that she practices. She is a true believer that God’s/Allah's medicine is in the plants and essential oils. Join her on a mission of inhaling blessings and exhaling gratitude.

Comments

    • Massiva says

      Oh my gosh Carolyn thank you so much!! I forgot the most important ingredient :). Yes there one tablespoon tahini. Adding it now.

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