Spicy Devilish Eggs

Spicy Devilish Eggs - Hot and tasty - A kitchen workhorse and the foundation of many party Appetizers, Hors d'oeuvre, and Snacks
Rated 4.7 / 5 based on 11 reviews

Prep Time: 10 min
Total Time: 35 min
Yield: 8 Serving

Nutrition Facts:
240 calories
9 grams fat

Ingredients

1 Dozen eggs BARELY hard boiled, peeled, sliced in half length wise

mix yolks thoroughly with:

3 tblsp melted butter

3 tblsp mayonnaise

1/2 tsp Coleman's dry mustard

1 tblsp finely chopped fresh hot pepper (use your favorite)

1/4 tsp granulated garlic

1/4 tsp ground habanero

1/4 tsp ground cayenne

1/4 tsp ground white pepper

Pinch gumbo file

Pinch basil

Pinch oregano

Pinch sage

Pinch rosemary

Pinch thyme

Directions

Stuff each half with plenty of the yolk mixture and sprinkle with paprika (or chili powder for an extra zing) and top with a couple pieces of sliced green onion.
Serve with your favorite bottle of mustard or green chili based hot sauce on the side.

Note:
I've used this recipe for years with discriminating crowds only...it gets raves. You can make it has hot as you like by adding more or different peppers. It's not as much work as it appears.

An added note: If you like a REALLY good egg salad sandwich boil one more egg really hard (10-12 minutes), chop it and three devilish egg halves coarsely, mix with 1 tsp mayonnaise, 1tblsp heavy cream, 1 tsp chopped plum tomato meat, 1 tsp chopped celery, 1tsp chopped green onion and your favorite cheese chopped finely. This should make 2 sandwiches.

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Latest Reviews

"I made this for New Year's Eve. Followed the recipe exactly & it came out just like the photo-but I was a bit disappointed with it. Some guests enjoyed it, some I think didn't as they didn't go back for seconds. Husband commented yuck. I wasn't a big fan either, would rate it as just okay, not worth the effort. I'll be going back to the normal cob loaf dips, much prefer those. Won't make this again." - sherri3802

"Stuff green bell peppers with a mixture of rice, ground beef and pork sausage for a simple and..." - michelle krz

"Having worked at St. Louis Bread Co. when they served this soup, there are two things you're missing from the soup. One ingredient that was key to the taste is dill weed. Also, they had some very tiny pieces of chicken in it to make it a little richer. Still, this is a good recipe." - jeff bloomer

"This creamy alfredo sauce turns a busy weeknight dinner into something special. Serve it with..." - stephanie phillips

"I've made this quite a few times now and it has become of a family favorite. I dredge the chicken breasts in flour (seasoned with a little salt, pepper, and garlic powder) and brown them. I also double the sauce...I use Frank's and don't add the celery seed. So good!!!" - mdbailey60

"I followed the recipe exactly-once for Christmas Day, the next time for New year's Eve. Both times it was a big hit, with people asking how I made it. I added some frozen fruit icecubes & I made sure the Golden Circle fruit juice packs & soft drink bottles were in the freezer for a while before I made them, so that they were-not frozen of course-but icy cold. There were a few slivers of ice in the fruit juice actually. Very easy to make, liked by just about everyone. Good recipe to have." - sherri3802

Happy cooking...