Sunday, May 3, 2015

Sriracha Deviled Eggs

21752_10153332458626663_4788849239166587829_nWe can hardly believe that it’s May already and Maisie’s summer break begins in just 2 weeks!!  One of our favorite appetizer items which always seems to show up at summer parties, are deviled eggs.  We have made them on a few occasions but honestly, they were never any good.  For some reason other people’s eggs always taste wonderful and ours have been just bland and nothing special.  Well all that has now changed since we found Sid’s recipe for Sriracha deviled eggs aka Tates Hell on her blog, Sid's Sea Palm Cooking.  This month for Secret Recipe Club we were assigned Sid’s blog and let me tell you, she is one lady that loves to cook and entertain.  She host’s monthly Tapas nights, cooks for her boat club and prepares numerous senior lunches, all in addition to just general cooking. 

When we first perused her blog we really were drawn to a number of her Danish dishes, including her Frikadeller with ground turkey, Kro pork with grapes and Rødgrød med Fløde.  Then there were a few recipes, also Danish, which we’ve set aside to make for the holidays when we allow some special treats into our diet.  Check out these tasty treats which we’ve tucked away, kringle weinerbrod, mazarin tarts and adorable marzipan fruits.  In the end though it was the deviled eggs which called our name and we’re delighted that they did as this recipe is kick-a$$ fabu!  We really love not only the wonderful flavor of the eggs but the nice hot spiciness too.  No more will we be limited to enjoying deviled eggs only when others chose to make and share them, now we can enjoy delicious Sriracha Deviled Eggs anytime we desire.

11196256_10153332458216663_8824872385417613065_nWe buy local free-range eggs, which are often just gathered minutes before we purchase them, aren’t the colors just gorgeous!  Unfortunately super fresh eggs aren’t good to hard boil as they’re near impossible to peel, no matter what trick or techniques you employ.  So, since we make hard boiled eggs every-single-week, we always try to have an extra dozen or two on hand as working with week-old eggs makes for wonderful and easy peeling. 

 22122_10153332458446663_2791812757254100671_nSriracha Deviled Eggs (adapted from here)

In a large pot, bring water to a boil. Carefully add the eggs to the pot and bring the water back to a full boil.  Allow the eggs to boil for 30 seconds. Cover tightly and reduce heat to low so that it’s just at a simmer.  Cook for 11 minutes. Using a large slotted spoon, remove the eggs from the hot water and place in a bowl of ice water.  Allow the eggs to cool for at least 15 minutes before peeling under cool running water.

Once the eggs are peeled, slice in half and remove the yolks to a bowl and place the hollowed out whites on a platter.  Using the tines of a fork, mash the yolks.  Add in the Sriracha, mayonnaise and Sambal Oelek.  Combine until smooth, adding more Sriracha and Sambal Oelek to taste.  Place the yolk mixture in a piping bag or ziplock bag fitted with a star or round piping tip.  Fill each egg white with the yolk mixture.  Place a dot of Sriracha on the top of each egg and dust with freshly ground pepper and salt.  Serve cold.


My previous Secret Recipe Club Recipe Posts: 

Grilled Pizza Sandwich 
Roasted Tomato & Red Pepper Mascarpone Soup 
Hearty Bacon, Turkey & Vegetable Frittata 
Chicken Satay with Sunbutter “Peanut” Sauce 
Asian Pork Chops 
Mango Salsa 
Pomegranate Molasses Salad Dressing 
Beef Keema  
Roasted Grape Tomato, Garlic & Poblano Ragu
Mexican Feast: Cream of Ancho Chile Soup, Roasted Poblano Burger with Chile de Arbol Guacamole & Pork Crusted Baked Poblano Fries 
Zesty Zucchini Skillet 
Garlic Seafood in Coconut Milk 
Lamb & Eggplant with Chiles
Fijian Ceviche
Carrot & Sweet Potato Pancakes   
Chicken Burgers with Spinach & Mushrooms 
Paradise Mango Curried Shrimp 
Laura Goodenough’s Apple Coffee Cake 
Loaded Potato Soup
Lemon Almond Biscotti 
Creamy Mints 
Thai Peanut Noodles with Chicken 
Baked Buffalo Chicken Wings 
Fried Green Tomatoes 
Chicken Satay Noodle Salad 
Double Chocolate Mousse Cake 
Candied Popcorn
Fruit, Nut & Poppy Seed Chicken Salad 
Broiled Sushi 
Health(ier) Peanut Brittle 
Crunchy Fudgy Heart Bites 
Texas Chicken with Lime Butter 
Pork Belly Soup with Collard Greens 
Thin Mint Irish Coffee 
Levain Chocolate Chip Walnut Cookies 
Welsh Cakes 
Nutella Crêpes 
Cilantro Lime Chicken 
Holy Guacamole 
Home Style Chicken Curry

Check out the new SRC blog for more exciting recipes from past reveals


  1. Those do look good. I've made them a few times since and it's always fun watching people bite into one. I do warn them that if they don't like spice, then, don't eat them. Great choice for SRC.

  2. I know lots of people who think Deviled Eggs are one of the best things ever. I've never cared for them much, but these just might have me changing my mind.

  3. I've actually never heard of sriracha sauce - but I love the colour it brings! Also thanks for the wonderful tip on super fresh eggs being hard to peel - I've never clicked that was the reason and just curse the blasted eggs whenever I'm peeling them.

  4. I love Sriracha and keep both regular and Sriracha mayonnaise in my fridge. These would be excellent with either - what a great contribution to a special brunch or as an appetizer for dinner.

  5. Love the sriracha in here - this is my kind of deviled egg.


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