Deviled Egg Dip and Jon Hamm is BACK!!! What About Betty’s Cooking???

Hi everyone!  So the questions on everyone’s mind???? Why didn’t Betty Draper  on last night’s Mad Men season premiere stay with the hippies in the Village and teach them how to make goulash?
Where can we get her recipe for goulash?
Clearly she was being nurturing by giving her tips on how to make goulash to squatters. The mother in her was coming out as she was looking for her daughter’s wayward friend near St. mark’s Place.
It was very endearing and I guess she is finally growing up.
Here is a twist on a classic that you can enjoy . No more crusty top on your deviled eggs since you can stir this up periodically during your entertaining!
Mad Men Deviled Egg Dip:
6 hard boiled eggs (Cover eggs with water in a pot, bring eggs to a boil, turn off heat and leave for 10 minutes. Run cold water over the eggs and peel)
1/3-1/2 cup mayonnaise, depending on how rich you want it
2 tsp Dijon Mustard
1-2 small cloves garlic, pressed through a garlic press
1/4 tsp smoked paprika
1/4 tsp salt
Steps:
1) Purée  all ingredients in a food processor until creamy and then sprinkle with paprika. Yum!
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5 Responses

  1. Loved Peggy’s scenes! Normally I don’t but she was much more endearing.

    RE recipe- I’ve never boiled eggs like this. Interesting. Love eggs, and mayo and garlic….yum!

  2. Wait, did I say Peggy? I meant Betty. I need to get to bed. Always love Peggy. But Betty is like you said maturing.

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