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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.
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!
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.
I loved these! I also appreciated the tip on sieving the eggs yolks. It made for a very creamy consistency. The amount of chipotles was just right for us and the cilantro was perfect. I reduced the amounts and made a platter of two different kinds of deviled eggs for a BBQ meal. These will definitely be repeated. Thank you for sharing your recipe! Reviewed for ZWT3.
These are really Good! I love the smoky flavor the chipotles give these eggs. They are not overly spicy! Great Recipe Mrs. Goodall!
I have some chipotle in adobo in the freezer, kindly donated by ~Rita~ a few months back. This seemed as a good recipe to have them in, and it was. I scaled the recipe down to just 4 eggs (8 deviled egg halves). Delicious.
Theses are very good. I used 2 teaspoons of chipotles in adobo sauce and that was just right for us. The chipotles definitely added a nice little "zing" to the eggs. Thanks for a easy and tasty recipe!