- Crawfish1 Cup(chopped)
- Green Onion1(chopped fine)
- Celery stalk1/2(chopped fine)
- Mayonnasie1 Tablespoon
- Thousand island dressing1 Tablespoon
- Garlic pownerPinch
- Crab boilPinch
- Cayenne pepperPinch
During Crawfish season there are always a few crawfish tails left over after a Crawfish boil. I like to recreate a meal from leftovers and come up with tasty appetizers. I figured If I can prepare something before dinner to snack on, my family won’t knock each other down getting to the table. I decided to boil a few eggs as I would do to make stuffed eggs but just chop up crawfish and add them to the mixture. These can also be the Perfect compliment to any party or gathering.
- Begin by boiling a dozen eggs, peel them under cold water, let cool and then cut in half.
- Remove the yolk from the eggs and place in a separate bowl.
- With a fork, mash the yolk. Set aside and peel a cup of crawfish or use already peeled crawfish.
- Chop into small pieces and add to mashed yolks.
- Chop green onion and celery and add to mixture.
- Add mayonnaise and Thousand Island dressing. Season to taste.
- Once all ingredients are combined, mix until well blended. Fill each egg white with mixture.
- Garnish with paprika and a small piece of parsley.
The mixture should be firm in the egg white. You may want to add more mayonnaise depending on your taste. This will make about 24 eggs.