It is almost Easter and time for a lot of eggs! Spicy deviled eggs are with curry powder and other spices! When you can handle more spices, you will love this deviled egg. Besides curry there goes ginger, mustard and paprika powder in the mix! Be careful when you add these spices to the batter, when you use too much, the flavors are too much either! As usual, I recommend free range or organic eggs. Boil them for 11 minutes, cold tab water and you can start with your food processor!
When you use a food processor, make sure you peel all eggs and cut in half. Also clean a small onion, like a shallot size and mince first onions and parsley. Then you can pulse the egg yolks!
For Spicy deviled eggs, you need a couple of spices. We have a selection of ground curry, paprika and ginger. These 3 spices are going to make the flavor of this deviled egg. Sometimes we add cayenne pepper too, but it is too much in combination with white pepper. So that is optional! Curry comes in many flavors and some brands are not what curry is all about. We use South American curry for this recipe, which has the perfect flavor! The best ground curries come from an Asian store, not grocery store!
Decorate Spicy deviled eggs
When you going to decorate Spicy deviled eggs, use a large piping bag with nozzle of choice! For this recipe we use a large star nozzle. You can use for this recipe a round nozzle too. When all ingredients went through the food processor, the filling needs to cool off! Put this in the refrigerator for about 1 hour then you can use a piping bag. It doesn’t matter when you fill your piping bag up front or after 1 hour. Egg yolk cream should be cold! Fill each egg shell with deviled egg filling and you can decorate this with mayonnaise. You can also use mayonnaise in combination with ketchup or parts of small fruits.
For more deviled egg inspiration or how to decorate, please see our Pinterest board about Deviled eggs. Our catering sevice make them plenty every year and come in many flavors as well! If you have a question, please use our comment box below or ask on social media. When you make this recipe, please tag us on Instagram @Cookiesanddoughemporium.