Kimchi Deviled Eggland’s Best Eggs

Your standard deviled eggs are given some serious edge with cholesterol-fighting black sesame seeds, gut-healthy Greek yogurt, anti-inflammatory mustard and probiotic-rich kimchi. Instead of using run-of-the-mill eggs for this recipe, use Eggland's Best eggs, which have more than double the vitamin B-12 and omega-3s of ordinary eggs. Serve this unique, tasty and healthy appetizer at your next large gathering.

This recipe uses kimchi, gochujang and sesame seeds to spice up the traditional deviled egg.
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7 Eggland's Best large eggs

1 cup of kimchi

4 tablespoons of Greek nonfat yogurt, plain

1 tablespoon of gochujang Korean sweet-and-spicy sauce

2 teaspoons of stone-ground mustard

1/4 teaspoon of rice vinegar

2 tablespoons of green onion

1 tablespoon of black roasted sesame seeds


1. Place Eggland's Best eggs in a pot and cover with water. Bring water and eggs to a boil on stove and boil for six minutes.

Boil eggs for six minutes. Eggs will be soft-boiled.
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2. Remove from heat and place Eggland's Best eggs in a bowl with ice water. Allow to sit for 15 minutes.

3. Roll cooled Eggland's Best eggs across a hard surface, applying gentle pressure to crack the outer shell. Gently begin to peel off the shell.

4. Slice Eggland's Best eggs in half, scooping out the yolk and placing it into a separate bowl.

This is the fun part — scooping the yolk out of the egg and mixing it with all the delicious ingredients.
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5. Arrange empty Eggland's Best egg halves on a serving dish.

6. Add yolks, kimchi, yogurt, gochujang, mustard and vinegar into a food processor. Blend until smooth.

7. Scoop mixture into Eggland's Best egg halves. Garnish with sesame seeds and green onion.

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