Sriracha Roasted Red Pepper Deviled Eggs

Got hardboiled eggs? Try these Sriracha Roasted Red Pepper Deviled Eggs.

We have a good friend, Barry, who is famous for his red hot deviled eggs. I’m not sure what Barry uses in his eggs, maybe Tabasco sauce, but they’re SPICY HOT! My son, Nathan, who is a connoisseur of all things spicy, loves Barry’s red hot deviled eggs. Knowing so many of us will have hard boiled eggs after Easter – and March college basketball games to watch – I wanted to share a spicy but easy deviled egg recipe similar to Barry’s – but not 10 alarm crazy hot. So here’s my Sriracha Roasted Red Pepper Deviled Eggs recipe!

Got hardboiled eggs? Try these Sriracha Roasted Red Pepper Deviled Eggs. This naturally gluten free appetizer is ideal for parties or to bring to potlucks.

Tips for making Sriracha Roasted Red Pepper Deviled Eggs

Serve Sriracha Roasted Red Pepper Deviled Eggs on a Fiesta 11-Inch Egg Tray in ScarletFiesta 11-Inch Egg Tray, Scarlet by Homer Laughlin

To cool down the heat and add some vegetable goodness and color, I added roasted red peppers to the spicy deviled egg recipe. You can make your own roasted red peppers, but using jarred roasted red peppers makes this deviled egg recipe extremely easy. Use any leftover roasted red peppers in salads, on pasta, or diced and mixed into stir fries, rice or quinoa.

Since I’m not into spicy deviled eggs like Nathan, I made this deviled egg recipe rather mild. Add more sriracha sauce if you like. For the garnish, you can add more heat by sprinkling on smoked paprika or ground chipotle pepper, if you’re really adventurous. Serve more sriracha sauce on the side, too!

Since this is a healthy deviled egg recipe, I suggest using a light mayonnaise. Since so many of them have somewhat “less than wholesome” ingredients, try using Kraft Mayonnaise with Olive Oil, which has half the fat and calories of regular mayonnaise and tastes great.

For extra spiciness and heat, I used Nakano Red Pepper Seasoned Rice Vinegar. This vinegar is also terrific in salad dressings and on fish. I find Nathan putting it on his rice!

If you have a crowd over to watch the games, you may want to get several egg plates. I have my mom’s old classic glass egg plate and I found a few funky ones at thrift stores. However, I love the ceramic egg plates that Fiesta makes, since they come in a variety of colors that will match your dinnerware. Plus, you can use them year round since they aren’t holiday specific.

This Sriracha Roasted Red Pepper Deviled Eggs recipe can be made mild or hot. Just add more sriracha! You can add more heat by sprinkling on smoke paprika or ground chipotle pepper, too! This twist on the classic deviled egg recipe is ideal for parties, potlucks, and tailgating.

Like this deviled egg recipe? Then check out these easy deviled eggs recipes. All these simple deviled egg recipes are perfect for parties and potlucks!

How to cook perfect hard boiled eggs

Making Sriracha Roasted Red Pepper Deviled Eggs is easy with a Norpro 5903 Egg TimerNorpro 5903 Egg Timer

I used to use a Norpro Egg Rite Egg Timer to make hard boiled eggs. These gadgets work great until you forget that you have eggs boiling on the stove – and end up with a melted egg timer and over cooked eggs!

After melting a couple of them, I developed a foolproof way to make hard boiled eggs. Since most classic deviled egg recipes call for six eggs, I cook up a few more. Inevitably, a couple will get cracked, will be hard to peel, or will end up getting torn.

  1. Put 8 or 9 eggs in a medium sized pot and cover with cold water.
  2. Place pot on stove over high heat and bring to a boil.
  3. Turn off heat. Remove pan from stove and cover.
  4. Let eggs cook in the hot water for 11-12 minutes.
  5. Bring pot over to sink, uncover and rinse eggs under cold water until they are cool enough to handle.
  6. Place eggs in a bowl. Refrigerate for several hours, then peel.
  7. Rinse any shell pieces or membranes off of eggs, cut in half with a sharp knife, remove yolks, and prepare eggs as directed.

If you have extra hard boiled eggs, save them for a salad or make a quick egg salad sandwich!

Got hardboiled eggs? Try these Sriracha Roasted Red Pepper Deviled Eggs.

Sriracha Roasted Red Pepper Deviled Eggs

Ingredients

Directions

  1. Combine egg yolks, fire roasted red peppers, light mayonnaise, rice vinegar, sriracha sauce, and salt in a mini-food processor or blender. Pulse until well blended and creamy.
  2. Place egg mixture into a piping bag. Pipe egg mixture into egg white halves. Garnish with optional spice. Serve immediately.
Prep Time: 20 Minutes
Total Time: 20 Minutes
Servings: 12 deviled eggs
  • Serving size: 1 deviled egg

Originally posted April 18, 2014. Updated with new pictures.

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If you love spicy appetizers, you'll love Sriracha Roasted Red Pepper Deviled Eggs. These easy to make appetizers are perfect for parties. They're also naturally gluten free.

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