Chipotle Deviled Eggs

Total Time
20mins
Prep
20 mins
Cook
0 mins

I really learned to appreciate Chipotles in adobo sauce during the ZWTII. I found this recipe in Bon Appetite Oct. 2006. It's a great take on your typical deviled eggs. Here's a "grate" trick I learned for grating the egg yolks...get a fine mesh sieve (not the very very finest, but a "regular" fine), put the yolks in the sieve and push through the sieve with a spatula. As the yolk pushes through, scrape the bottom of the sieve...continue until all the yolk is pushed through. Gently stir in rest of ingredients. It really made a difference! Enjoy!

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Ingredients

Nutrition

Directions

  1. Peel eggs and cut in half lengthwise.
  2. Spoon yolks into small bowl; arrange whites on platter.
  3. Finely grate yolks on small holes of box grater into medium bowl.
  4. Mix in mayonnaise, then 2 teaspoon chipotle chiles.
  5. Add more chopped chiles, if desired, for more heat.
  6. Season filling to taste with salt, if desired.
  7. Using pastry bag fitted with 1/2 inch diameter star tip, pipe filling into egg whites.
  8. Cover and chill eggs at least 2 hours and up to 1 day.
  9. Press 1 cilantro leaf into filling in each egg and serve.
Most Helpful

These are good, but my guests were flush in the face from the heat. The second time I made them I scraped out the seeds which removed much of the heat and afforded the addition of the adobo sauce that the chipotles are packed in for even more smokey flavor.

5 5

Just made these for a cookout - they got gobbled up and everyone raved! The chipotle flavor is perfect. I used three teaspoons of the peppers for an extra kick. I added a touch of garlic and used a mixture of FF mayo and FF cream cheese (all that I had on hand). Only had dried cilantro as well. Love this!

4 5

I decided to make two different types of deviled eggs for our 4th of July barbeque and this was one. Loved the chipotle flavor and it was not to spicy as I was afraid it might be. I followed the recipe (other than cutting it in half) exactly and they turned out great. Next time I might even add a little extra of the adobo sauce to the mix for a little extra kick and flavor.