Classic deviled eggs are downright delicious and are always a welcome addition to the table. Did you know that the ‘deviled’ in ‘deviled egg’ refers to the cayenne or Tabasco mixed into the filling and/or the bit of spice found in the sprinkling of paprika you put on top of the filling?
Today, there are numerous versions of deviled eggs that have been inspired by cultures, cuisines, and ingredients from around the world, like these Cajun Deviled Eggs from Tasty and these Curried Deviled Eggs that offer up an Eastern Indian twist, from Leite’s Culinaria.
When you set out Simply Recipes’ Guacamole Deviled Eggs, every avocado lover in the house is going to head straight to the table to give these a taste. The “deviled” part comes from jalapeno that is minced and mixed into the avocado filling. These gloriously green deviled eggs will go fast!
If you want to experiment with different flavors to create your own distinct deviled eggs, make some that include ingredients that pair well together like blue cheese and bacon. Here is a Bacon and Blue Cheese Deviled Eggs recipe from MyRecipes for inspiration.
These vibrant Jalapeno-Lime Deviled Eggs from The Kitchen is My Playground feature the tantalizing trio of jalapenos, limes, and cilantro. These deviled eggs will kick any party up a notch.
With Easter right around the corner you may want to put some of these deviled eggs on the holiday table, next to some classic deviled eggs, of course.