Prep 15 mins
Cook 10 mins
This is a simple recipe and is best when left with these few ingredients. Made these for a family reunion of germanic relatives who generally have little use for salt or spice. They disappeared immediately and were a complete success.
- 6 eggs
- 2 tablespoons sriracha sauce (Yes, big T not small t)
- 1⁄4 cup mayonnaise
- salt and pepper
- garnish with paprika and fresh finely chopped parsley
- 1 1⁄2 tabelspoons finely diced red sweet bell peppers
- Boiled Eggs:.
- Place eggs in sauce pan with water to cover.
- Bring to boil, turn heat off, cover, and allow to sit on same burner for 10 to 12 minutes depending on burner type. Immediately transfer eggs to an ice bath to stop cooking. This will produce a perfect yolk without discoloration. Remove and discard shells from eggs.
- Halve the eggs lengthwise and remove yolks to mixing dish.
- Combine yolks with Sriracha and mayonnaise; work with fork until smooth.
- Combine red bell pepper -- modification July 1, 2012.
- Salt and pepper to taste.
- Pipe or use a spoon to evenly distribute yolk mixture into white halves.
- Garnish liberally with paprika and parsley.
I made these for my neighbor who loves anything hot and spicy. He gave them a big 2 thumbs up. I managed to get a taste of the filling while I was making them and found them very spicy.It's a very simple recipe with a great flavor. Thanks for sharing. Made for PAC Fall 2011.
These deviled eggs are definitely spicy -- I cheated and did not add the full amount of sauce. If you have family members or guests who like alot of heat - they will be a hit!
Made for Fall PAC, October, 2011.
I love Sriracha sauce with fried and scrambled eggs, so I knew that I'd like it with deviled eggs as well. I didn't have any red bell pepper on hand. so the filling was a bit looser than other deviled eggs I've tried, but they tasted just fine without the chopped pepper. I topped mine with some chopped green onion in place of the parsley because my fresh parsley was past the point of useability. These would be a great "something different" for a potluck, as long as the spicy warning was given to the tender-tongued of the group. Thanks for posting this keeper! Made for PAC Spring 2013