Going There, I'm knocking myself on the head! You're right: There must be tons of recipes out there for yolk substitutes. I wish I could try your tofu idea, but I just hate the stuff. I know it's good for you and supposed to absorb the taste of the other ingredients, but try as I may, I just can't get into it. I will try your other ideas, though. Thank you!
Alysia: You have yourself quite a challenge! If you can figure out how to do that you'll make a lot of folks happy!
I've yet to figure out how to make mayo without chicken eggs, though. It's hard enough trying to avoid humid days to make it. hmmm...
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There are several recipes on the net for eggless "deviled eggs" that are good. I got some made with Tofu from Trader Joe's, very good. It seems if you put in the dry or wet mustard, green onions or chives (whatever your preference), a little vinegar...and the fofu or even cottage cheese....you get a tasty fill for your eggs. Almost forgot...could also add light mayo (canola mayo good) or even yogurt...all kinds of ways!
Edited by: GOINGTHERE at: 3/10/2008 (18:02)
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People with high cholesterol have to carefully think before they eat. I love eggs, do you? With more holidays coming, I started to think about ways to enjoy Deviled Eggs without the yolk. How about this...
Hard boil eggs. Remove the yolks. Make a healthful guacamole -- Some mashed avocado, a bit of squeezed fresh lemon or lime works great on its own. If you want to make it more fancy, add some jalapeņo and -- only if you must -- a dab of non-fat mayo. If you like cilantro toss a little on top. Whatever strikes your palate as healthful and tasty will do.
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