Tuesday, August 26, 2014

Sriracha Deviled Eggs

Yum
 Have you tried Sriracha sauce before?  It's one of my favorite condiments and we use it more often at our house than ketchup.  Adding some sriracha is a great way to put some real "devil" into your deviled eggs.  These deviled eggs are really simple to make and that's a good thing because they get gobbled up fast too.  Next time, I will make a double batch to keep the family happy.



Ingredients:
12 Boiled and peeled eggs
1-2 Tbs Sriracha sauce
1 Tbs sweet pickle relish
1 Tbs yellow mustard
1/2 cup mayonnaise (or more as needed to make creamy)
salt and black pepper to taste



Directions:
Boil eggs and peel them.  Cut in half and remove yellow yolk and mix with all other ingredients.  Fill empty white of egg halves and top with a drop of sriracha.  Keep chilled until you serve. Enjoy.



Tip:  Here are the best instructions I have seen for boiling eggs.  You will need a pan with a tight fitting lid.  Place eggs in a pan and fill with cold water to cover eggs.  Bring water and eggs to a rapid boil.  Then turn stove off and place a lid on top of the pan. Allow eggs to sit in the boiled water for 10-12 minutes. Drain away the hot water and replace with cold water.  Peel eggs immediately.

 




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5 comments:

  1. I love Sriracha too! Eggs and sriracha is a good combination and I can see your deviled eggs will be immediately my favorite!

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  2. Wonderful flavors Ramona and lovely presentation too.

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  3. Such delicious eggs, the colour is so inviting! Great photos :D

    Cheers
    Choc Chip Uru

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  4. That extra dollop of sriracha in the center makes these picture perfect, Ramona! They look like little flowers (that I can gobble up lol) and I adore sriracha on everything. :D

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  5. I have this sauce but haven't used it very much. Thanks for reminding me what to use it on!

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