Tuesday, February 11, 2014

Oh Those Devilish Eggs

Here is a classic dish I love to VAMP up -- deviled eggs. Mmmm, nothing like a deviled egg to satisfy that snacking urge. Plus they make easy and delicious appetizers to bring to a party. They are great for one or great for a group, or for you and a special friend.  

 I like to make my devilish eggs a little different and add a little spice to them. I make mine with a curry and top them with some mango chutney. They have a little spice and a little sweetness, just enough to make you melt. Super yummy!

Makes 24 deviled eggs

1 dozen hard-boiled eggs
½ cup mayonnaise
1/8  teaspoon salt
dash fresh cracked pepper
½ teaspoon curry powder
1/8 teaspoon smoked paprika
dash cayenne pepper
½ teaspoon agave syrup
(optional) small pinch crushed saffron

For garnish
3-4 tablespoons mango chutney

1.     Cut hard-boiled eggs lengthwise and separate the yellow yolk from the white part. Put yellow yolk into a mixing bowl. Set aside the whites.
2.     In mixing bowl with the paddle attachment add all the ingredients (except the mango chutney) and mix on medium high till creamy and smooth.
3.     Using a rubber spatula, fill a piping bag with a star tip with the egg mixture and pipe into the egg white halves. If you have no piping bag and tip, you can use a plastic baggie and cut off the tip and fill the egg white halves.
4.     For the garnish, add a small dot of mango chutney on top of the deviled eggs.
5.     Serve right away or chill to serve later. Enjoy!

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