DEVILED EGGS, PROSCIUTTO HAM, AVOCADO AND FRESH DILL - Deviled eggs are an American party-favorite usually found at brunch, dinner parties and more.  It is a luxurious, indulgent treat with endless variations.  And while I love the classic version, the one I've made for you today is not only pleasing to look at but it's packed with some mega flavor!  Thank you very much prosciutto ham!  And the addition of avocado is never ever a bad idea either.  Plus freshly chopped dill adds the perfect touch giving it a warm, deep aroma and decadent flair.  This version definitely tastes as good as it looks.  You're going to love it!  Lynda

Deviled Eggs with Prosciutto, Avocado and Fresh Dill
Yield: 2-3 Serving

6 eggs
½ Avocado cut into small chunks (½ tbsp. in egg mix, more for garnish)
3-5 slices Prosciutto ham, torn into 12 strips
2 tbsp. Mayonnaise
½ tsp. Dijon mustard 
1 tbsp. Dill (½ tsp. in egg mix, more for garnish)
Black pepper

1.   Bring a large pot of water to a boil, enough to cover 6 six eggs.  Boil for 11 minutes.  Drain, add iced cold water to pot several times and once water in pot stays cold, peel the eggs.

2.  Cut all six eggs in half, remove yolk and place in bowl; add mayonnaise, Dijon mustard, salt, pepper and freshly cut dill, then mix.

3.  Add avocado to egg mix, then stir in, don't mash.

4.  Put egg mix into egg white, top with chunks of avocado, rolled Prosciutto ham then garnish with dill.


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