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11 Easy Recipes For The Ultimate Devilled Eggs

With one simple base recipe and a selection of imaginative add-ins and garnishes, there are infinite ways to trick out these retro bites.
a variety of devilled eggs on two trays, how to make devilled eggs (Photo: Erik Putz)

Herbed Smoked Salmon Devilled Eggs

Smoked salmon, dill and caviar make for a luxe pairing that works as well at brunch as it does New Year's. Get our herbed smoked salmon devilled eggs recipe. 

Herbed and smoked salmon devilled eggs in a small white bowls.

Classic Devilled Eggs

Crispy bacon and savoury Dijon, paprika and chives make this one a classic party pleaser. Get our classic devilled eggs recipe here. 

Classic devilled eggs in a small white plate with white background.

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Spicy Kimchi Devilled Eggs

This version is a flavour powerhouse: we’ve made it with gochujang (fermented Korean red chili paste), kimchi and green onions. Get our spicy kimchi devilled eggs recipe.

Spicy Kimchi Devilled Eggs

Thai Devilled Eggs

For our Thai-inspired bites, we added red curry paste to the mix and topped it with peanuts, cilantro and red chilies for a spicy finish. Get the Thai devilled eggs recipe.

Thai devilled eggs in a small white bowl.

Sushi Devilled Eggs

Nori, wasabi and pickled ginger deck out these eggs with your favourite sushi flavour. Get our sushi devilled eggs recipe here. 

Sushi devilled eggs in a small white bowl garnished with sesame seeds and dried chives.

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Caesar Salad Devilled Eggs

What's better than one throwback classic? Two! Get our caesar salad devilled eggs recipe here. 

Caesar salad devilled eggs in a small white bowl.

Avocado Devilled Eggs

Lime juice adds kick to this lush, dreamy pairing. Get our avacado devilled eggs recipe here. 

Avocado devilled eggs garnished with sesame seeds and a leaf of coriander.

Nacho Devilled Eggs

Tortilla chips add crunch and pickled jalapeño add heats to these party-ready snacks. Get our nacho devilled eggs recipe here. 

Nacho devilled eggs in a small white plate.

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Crab-Filled Devilled Eggs With Dill

Like crab dip in devilled egg form, these will disappear in record time. Get our crab-filled devilled eggs with dill recipe. 

Crab-filled devilled eggs with dill in a small white bowl.

Pickled Beet Devilled Eggs

With one simple base and some imaginative add-ins and garnishes, there are infinite ways to trick out these retro bites. Get our pickled beet devilled eggs recipe here. 

Pickled beet devilled eggs in a small round bowl.

Pickled Beet Devilled Eggs

Pickling eggs requires thinking ahead, but crossing some prep off your list a few days before a party is a good thing! The finished result is a tangy spin on a classic that balances the richness of a traditional devilled egg. What’s more, beets bring a stunning colour to the party that will put everyone in a festive mood. Get our pickled beet devilled eggs recipe here. 

A blue glass tray filled with Pickled Beet Devilled Eggs.Produced by Chantal Braganza and Sun Ngo, Photography by Christie Vuong, Prop Styling by Catherine Doherty, Food Styling by Eshun Mott.

Tips and tricks for how to make devilled eggs

  • The fresher the eggs, the more difficult they are to peel, so choose the slightly older eggs in your refrigerator.
  • To prevent a dark green ring from forming around the yolks, cool the eggs rapidly in running cold water as soon as they’re finished cooking.
  • After draining and cooling eggs, gently crack them all over and keep them soaking in cold water, then start peeling from the large end.
  • For smooth, clean edges, use a sharp knife to cut eggs in half. Avoid serrated knives.
  • Use a whisk to mash yolks or put them through a sieve to keep them light and velvety. A piping bag fitted with a star tip will give your yolks a swirly, elegant finish.

Watch: The best way to peel a boiled egg

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