I really like this because it was out of the ordinary, which is what I was looking for. I had to improvise on the salsa. All I had on hand was some Taco Bell hot sauce packets, which worked great. I also sprickled a little cumin on top for presentation & extra kick.
These were very different deviled eggs I liked the salsa and the cheese in them I cut back the mayo, just enough to make them the consistency that we like. I think next time I would like to add some cumin or hot sauce just to give it more of a kick. Thanks for sharing this recipe, Made for the TexMex challenge in the cooking photo forum.
Delicious-- definitely a fun twist on deviled eggs! I used a Lime Tequila salsa, which really gave it an extra kick. I started with smaller quantities of the mayo, salsa, and sour cream, and gradually worked my way to the desired consistency, which worked out really well. I ended up with the same amount of salsa and a little less on the mayo and sour cream. Thanks for a great recipe!
My Dallas-based Tex-Mex origin & Icelandic hubby who loves devilled eggs make me want to try these soon. I'm not surprised that reviews found them soupy & overstuffed with all the added bulk & liquid, so plan to use 12 eggs, halve the mayo & salsa + use 1 tsp chives vs green onions & 1 tsp lime juice for added color & flavor. Just thinking about the outcome makes me drool w/anticipation. Thx for posting this neat idea!
A kicked up deviled egg. I really liked the "out of the ordinary" taste - think I might even sprinkle a bit of cayenne or chili pepper on top... try different flavors/levels of heat of salsa for more taste sensations!!!
These tasted good to me - but the family found them *too* unusual. They were a bit overstuffed, but I didn't measure my cheese, so I might have had too much. Also, as a low-carber, I made these ahead to have for breakfast throughout the week - I wouldn't recommend that use of the recipe, because they got quite runny. Better to serve immediately.
Quick and easy to make. Nice zippy taste. Diffrent from the ordinary.