My sister likes to brag that she makes the best deviled eggs. I’ll admit they are pretty darn good. She makes them the classic way with mayonnaise and paprika. She says the paprika is a must and you can’t skip that part. The first time I made them, I cut the eggs in half the wrong way. I realized what I had done wrong after noticing that they looked quite different from sister’s version. Laura, my sister, would have probably egged me on for that. Sorry I had to!
I’ve discovered a variety of unique deviled egg recipes that I think would give Laura a run for her money as the self-proclaimed deviled egg recipe champion (if there ever was such a thing…). These recipes are not your ordinary run-of-the-mill kind of deviled eggs. They are so much more!
Check out this list of unique deviled egg recipes!
One of my favorite things on a road trip I had were Deep Fried Deviled Eggs – they were topped with bacon and hot sauce. I immediately thought – I can make these – and I’ll make them in my air fryer! So off I went to make my very own spicy fried deviled eggs!
These Jalapeno-Lime Deviled Eggs aren't your mamma's deviled eggs! Packed full of chopped fresh jalapeno, cilantro, fresh lime juice, and lime zest, Jalapeno-Lime Deviled Eggs deliver up a zippy little spicy-yet-refreshing flavor punch.
These Beet Deviled Eggs (with a spin) are spiced up with a hint of coriander, smoked paprika and chili powder, and instead of mayo and mustard, I went with red wine vinegar and Greek yogurt. To make things all pretty and jazz up the nutrition, I threw in some beets!
Devilled eggs with caviar make a fine luxury appetiser or party nibble. This recipe is easy to make and the caviar adds a burst of visual excitement and an extra pop of texture and flavour to this classic dish.
A hint of sweet from the maple syrup, the smokiness of delicious bacon, a bit of heat from sriracha and Fresno chile, and some fresh herbs, these Maple Bacon Deviled Eggs are a fresh spin on a classic that everyone loves!
These Dill Pickled Spicy Deviled Eggs are perfect for a holiday pot luck, game day snack, or just a Saturday treat. We serve up a traditional deviled egg recipe, but spice it up with cayenne, horsey sauce, and spicy pickles.