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Everytime I make deviled eggs the Inxs song, "Devil Inside" pops into my head. But I like to rewrite the lyrics: "Spices inside, bacon outside. Every single deviled egg has mayo inside." What's heavenly about deviled eggs are the variations on what you can add depending on your personal tastes. This recipe plays with your pallet. The flavors come in waves. Your taste buds will experiences savory, sweetness, sourness, bitterness, and saltiness at different times during the bite and while you chew.
PREP TIME: 15 Minutes CHILL TIME: 30 Minutes
SERVES 4: 200 Calories per 3 Halves
HARD-BOILED EGG RECIPE: Place eggs in a single layer inside a saucepan. Add warm tap water to cover eggs. Heat on eggs on high just to boiling. Turn off burner. Cover pan. Lets eggs stand in hot water for about 20 minutes. Cool completely in bowl of ice water, then refrigerate until you're ready to eat or use in a recipe.
NOTE: You can save yourself time by purchasing pre-peeled hard-boiled eggs and pre-cooked bacon. If you are trying to create picture perfect deviled egg, a simple disposable pastry bag with icing tip may be used to distribute the yolk mixture back into the egg white halves.