From traditional deviled eggs to wild and fun curry and caviar combinations, try your hand at these easy appetizers. The best part: The deviled egg recipes are all make-ahead.
Summer picnics and cookouts wouldn't be the same without deviled eggs, and the perfect recipe has nothing to do with the filling -- it's all about how to boil the eggs. Deviled eggs are, well, devilishly simple: hard-boiled eggs are halved lengthwise, the yolk is removed and mashed together with mustard, mayonnaise, paprika, hot pepper sauce (the mix-ins can vary, but it's the spicy "heat" that make something "deviled"), then the yolk filling is spooned or piped back into the cavity of the egg white. Perfection.
Once you learn how to make deviled eggs, you will be able to whip up an inexpensive and delicious side dish to bring to picnics, pot luck suppers or any other event where you're asked to bring a dish.
Olives, capers, radishes, and anchovy add exceptional flavor to the filling in these deviled eggs.
It takes just one beet to give a beautiful rosy hue to a dozen hard-boiled eggs! Try this deviled egg recipe for Easter, brunch or a dinner party hors d'oeuvres.
You enjoy blue cheese, walnuts and apples on your cheese plate, so why not try the trio mixed in with creamy egg yolks? Dinner party guests will be wowed by this hors d'oeuvre.
No artificial "bacon" crumbles here. These deviled eggs are topped with real crispy bacon slices.
Salty feta and olives perfectly complement creamy egg yolks. Serve these deviled eggs alongside a spread of hummus, baba ganoush and pita.
Basic deviled eggs have nothing on this spicy and creamy Mexican variation. Top with a spoonful of salsa if you like!
This appetizer recipe makes one whole egg per serving. For traditional deviled eggs, simply cut in half.
Chives and Dijon-style mustard flavor the filling for these appetizer eggs. The caviar on top makes them a sophisticated appetizer at any party.
Add new taste sensations to a popular potluck food by jazzing up standard deviled eggs.
A pinch of ground red pepper and bottled barbecue sauce bestow Cajun spice on deviled eggs.
Fans of bagels and lox will devour these upgraded deviled eggs at your next appetizer party.