Looking for a Halloween appetizer that’s scary-cool to look at and spooky-good to eat? Make the Devilish Deviled Eggs for your friends and family! This deviled eggs recipe features a Halloween-inspired twist that everyone will love!
Devilish Deviled Eggs Recipe
Ingredients you will need:
- 1 dozen hard-boiled eggs, peeled and rinsed
- 3 tablespoons mayo with olive oil
- 3 tablespoons horseradish sauce
- 1 tablespoon sugar
- 1 tablespoon season salt or seasoning of your choice
- Ripe pitted olives for garnish
- Roasted red sweet peppers for garnish
Cut hard-boiled eggs lengthwise. Carefully remove yolks into mixing bowl.
Add 3 tablespoons mayo with olive oil, 3 tablespoons horseradish sauce, 1 tablespoon sugar, and 1 tablespoon season salt to egg yolks.
Mix until creamy.
Carefully fill eggs with mixture to slightly above level.
Slice black olives, forming pieces that could be arranged to resemble spiders, pupils, or whatever your creativity allows.
Slice roasted red peppers, using pieces to complement the black olives. Have some fun with this part!
Serve and enjoy!
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Devilish Deviled Eggs Video Recipe
Devilish Deviled Eggs
Hi, I’m Chef Ted, and I’m here at the Rada Cutlery kitchen, and today I’m going to make some Devilish Deviled Eggs. I’m going to be using the Rada French Chef, the Cook’s Spoon, the Cheese Knife, the Cook/Utility, Party Spreader, and, of course, the Peeling Paring.
I’ve found that using the Cheese Knife makes absolutely no work out of cutting the hard boiled eggs. They just split open and don’t stick. I’m going to very carefully pop that yolk out of there. Depending on where the yolk sits when you’re boiling them makes a big difference on how thin the walls are.
I’ve got my yolks in a bowl and I’m going to take a little bit of mayonnaise with olive oil in it and put a little bit in to start. I like using a little bit of horseradish sauce. We’re going to go with a little bit of dry mustard, just a little. Some seasoned salt. Also throw in just a dash of sugar and then use the Cook’s Spoon, which works really good at getting down to the bottom and mashing those yolks up.
If you’ve got one that’s thin on the side be real careful when putting the yolk back in it. Just fill them up so that there’s a little more than level. We’re going to take the Square Baker lined with paper towels and some sweet roasted red peppers, and get as much juice off of them as possible. Then you use the Peeling Paring knife to cut a small end off of this olive. Just cut little slivers down. Right now I’m making the legs for a spider.
With a little bit of experimentation kids can get in on it, and you’ve got some Devilish Deviled Eggs!
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