Recipe by BONNIE1424
"I've taken these yummy deviled eggs to many events, and folks always enjoy them. They're just a little spicy! Adjust the proportions of the mustards and mayonnaise to taste. I sometimes add a hot Jamaican pepper if I really want to spice them up."
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Chinese hot prepared mustard
salt and pepper to taste
paprika, for garnish
Very good recipe just made a couple of changes. I doubled the hot mustard (my family loves hot and spicy foods) and added some dill. I am now in charge of making Deviled Eggs for EVERY function. Thanks for the wonderful recipe.
Yuck! I hate to give a bad review but these were just awful and it was a shame to waste the eggs on this recipe. I threw out the entire thing as no one could even manage to get past the first bite.
love the hot mustard!
A winner! Everyone at my party loved them. They disappeared quickly.
This recipe certainly DOES have zip. I love that great taste and extra "kick" in these deviled eggs. Not recommended for those who wouldn't like the yellow mustard aftertaste in their mouth. Those who don't love the taste of yellow mustard might find these eggs a bit overwhelming.
I used more mayo than suggested and replaced the yellow mustard with dijon. The hot mustard gave these a great kick that we all loved. Thank you Bonnie!
These were pretty good eggs! Everyone at my party seemed to enjoy them. I had to add more mayo to give them the creamy consistency that I like. I do wish I had added pickle relish, but this wass a nice change from my ordinary recipe for deviled eggs.
I like things spicy, and was disappointed with these "devilish eggs." I made them again while ramping up the flavor ... I put everything into the yolk mix including Chinese mustard, boutique spicy mustard, jalapeno pepper juice, hot sauce, hot peppers, and a few powdered spices. This is a great recipe for experimenting with as I don't think anything can be done to make them too "zippy".
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Deviled Eggs with Zip
Serving Size: 1/12 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 12
Amount Per Serving
** Calories: 88
** Calories from Fat: 61
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