I was looking for easy and quick recipe so tried this. Happy with the result 🙂
- 1 dozen eggs
- 2 teaspoons Dijon mustard
- 1/3 cup mayonnaise
- ½ of small chopped onion
- 1/2 teaspoon chilli powder
- ½ teaspoon cumin powder
- Salt to taste
- Hard boil the eggs. (I boiled the eggs for 20 minutes)
- Cool the boiled eggs under cold water for about 5 minutes
- Peel the eggs while it is still a bit warm; which makes it easy to peel.
- Using a sharp knife, slice each egg in half, lengthwise.
- Gently remove the yolk from each half and place in a small mixing bowl.
- Using a fork, mash up the yolks and add mustard, mayonnaise, onion, chilli, cumin and salt.
- Spoon or pipe yolk mixture into the egg white halves.
- Devilled Eggs are ready to be served.
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It is still Autumn here but it feels like winter already. I think you already know that I hate winter as I have written that every time I get a chance. I feel that there is so much less time these days that it feels like I need 30 hours in a day. By the time I leave work, the sun has set and by the time I reach home, it is dark already. It really annoys me that I feel too lazy to do anything or even workout. All I want to do is curl up in front of the TV.
Anyway, I can rant as much as I want but still nothing’s gonna change so I better get back on track on what I originally meant to write in this post.
Mustard colour seems to be famous this autumn. I have seen coats, jackets, tops, dresses, skirts, shoes and accessories such as belts, bags or scarves in this colour and I am loving it all. As I am not very fair I thought the colour wouldn’t suit me but I bought a dress just to check and I am in fact loving it. It is a big statement colour and it really looks good with every skin type.
Also I saw lots of celebrities rocking this colour.
So if you’re thinking of buying a statement piece this season, go for anything in shades of mustard. This colour instantly livens up any outfit and trust me you will love it 🙂
- Even a dash of mustard livens up the dullest outfit, so introduce the colour with accessories such as belts, bags or scarves.
- Mix different tones. Burnt orange with flecks of yellow and brown will create a warm look and complement a fading tan.
- A bright yellowy mustard works best on textured fabrics such as ribbed jumpers or pleated skirts.