Reinvented: Deviled Eggs Many Ways
Start with a classic deviled egg recipe, then try fun takes on the classic hand-held bite. Not only are the majority of the ingredients already in your refrigerator and pantry, but they cook up fast and are crowd-pleasers.
Classic Deviled, Plus 8 Variations
Deviled eggs just might be the perfect party food. Follow these instructions for classic deviled eggs, plus eight variations that are ideal for Easter.
Perfect Hard-Boiled Eggs
Put eggs in cold water. Bring to a boil. Cover, turn off the heat and let sit for 13 minutes.
For the classic version, remove the cooked yolks and combine with mayo, Dijon mustard, salt and pepper.
This savory variation is simple: Prepare classic deviled eggs, then add chopped bacon and blue cheese to the mixture.
These deviled eggs feature minced chives and pickles.
Combine the yolks with red curry paste and mango chutney for a bright and tangy mixture.
Hot Sauce and Cheese
Reimagine the classic with a few drops of hot sauce and crumbled blue cheese for punchy, salty flavor.
Top classic deviled eggs with a touch of pesto.
Frizzled onions decorate these classic deviled eggs.
This signature Southern vegetable is perfect when pickled and sliced to form thin, delicate pinwheels that can be placed atop classic deviled eggs.
Crunchy Potato Chip
Load up deviled eggs with crushed potato chips for a bit of crunch in every bite.