Jul 9, 2013

Chipotle Deviled Eggs


These are hot and spicy, cool and creamy, all at the same time! 

Chipotle Deviled Eggs  Print Recipe
Makes 12 eggs (24 halves)

12 hard boiled eggs, peeled

1/2 cup real mayonnaise
1 tablespoon adobo sauce from canned chipotles
1 teaspoon finely minced canned chipotles in adobo sauce (scrape seeds out of pepper first, if desired)
1/8 teaspoon chili powder
1/8 teaspoon cumin
1/8 teaspoon garlic powder
salt to taste (I didn't add any; the mayo added plenty of salt for me)
pinch of sugar
smoked or regular paprika (for garnish)


Prepare chipotle mayonnaise: combine mayo, chipotles, sauce, and the rest of the seasonings (except paprika) in a small bowl and mix well. Taste and correct for seasonings. At this point, you can add more chipotle and/or more adobo sauce for a higher level of heat, if you like.


Chipotle mayonnaise adds extra flavor and a little spiciness to sandwiches...
it pairs especially well with avocado

Slice eggs lengthwise. Place the whites on the serving plate. Put the yolks (and any whites that didn't survive the peeling process) in a medium bowl and mash them with a fork until fairly smooth. Add the mayo mixture to the yolks- start with about half of the mayo and continue adding until you reach your desired consistency. Some people like a little more or a little less mayo than others. (If you have any leftover chipotle mayo, it is fantastic on sandwiches and burgers!).


With a spoon or piping bag, fill the whites with the yolk mixture. Refrigerate, covered, until time to serve. Right before serving, sprinkle the eggs (the filling part only- it will discolor the whites) lightly with paprika.



Chipotle Deviled Eggs may have been taken to some of these fun parties!



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55 comments:

  1. I <3 devilled eggs. Will have to pin this one to try.

    Scarlett
    http://scarlettexcellentadv.blogspot.com

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    1. Thank you so much for pinning, Scarlett, and thanks for the visit! :)

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  2. I hardly ever deviate from the good ol' fashioned classic deviled egg, but did you say chipotle???? Have to try this one. Thanks for the recipe.

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    1. Lea Ann, I am the same way. I love classic deviled eggs- I hated to try anything else. But these are really good for a fun change, and especially tasty with a cookout! :)

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  3. Yum!! Those look so good! I love anything chipotle!! Visiting you from the Friendly Friday Blog Hop!

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    1. Michelle, thank you so much! I am happy to be following you- thanks for visiting from the hop! :)

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  4. Hi! Thanks for linking up to the Friendly Friday Blog Hop. I would love if you came back again next week. http://tinyurl.com/kzk6kj9

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  5. Hi Joy,
    Your deviled eggs look so yummy. I'm pinning your recipe so that I can try your recipe for the eggs as well as the chipotle sauce!

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    1. Thank you Jane, and thanks for pinning! :)

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  6. Ooh! I'm a deviled egg fan when the mood strikes - and the addition of chipotle makes it sound even better, Joy! Pinning this and definitely trying the the next time I make them!

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    1. Jamie, thank you for coming by, and thanks for pinning! :)

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  7. I made deviled eggs the other day with a chipotle jalapeno mustard. Wow it really changed it up and was great tasting. Thanks for linking up at Swap N Share Sunday.
    Dawn
    Spatulas On Parade

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    1. Chipotle jalapeno mustard sounds like a great addition to deviled eggs- I'll have to check them out! :)

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    1. Thank you, Sarah, and thanks for coming by! :)

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  9. yum! we love deviled eggs around here, but I never thought of kicking them up a notch. pinning!
    (stopping over from Grand Social)

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    1. Linda, thanks so very much for stopping by from Grand Social! Thanks for pinning, and I'm your newest fan on Facebook! :)

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  10. Dear Joy, Just found you through Meatless Mondays. Love this! Deviled eggs are one of my daughter's favorites. These look delicious and sound yummy! Blessings, Catherine xo

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    1. Oh, thanks so much for coming over from Meatless Mondays! I just visited your blog- it's great to meet you! :)

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  11. I pretty much love chipotle anything, and I had never thought to do a deviled egg with it! Smart cookie, you are! ;)

    Thank you for sharing at Marvelous Mondays this week!

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    1. Thanks, Carrie, and thanks for coming by!! I always enjoy Marvelous Mondays! :)

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  12. Deviled eggs are just about my favorite thing to take to parties and I always get raves (secret: Italian dressing mixed in to the egg yolks), but I love your idea of mixing up the mayonnaise first, with all the tasty, hot sauces, then adding it to the egg yolks until the consistency is right. Thanks! Time for another party!

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    1. Oooo, thanks for the secret ingredient to your deviled eggs- it sounds great! I'm trying that next time!! :)

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  13. Love the addition of chipotle in the eggs. I can almost taste the heat right now! I am not a big fan of eggs, but I love, love, love deviled eggs!

    Thank you for sharing at the In and Out of the Kitchen Link Party! So glad you are here!

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    1. Thanks, Cynthia, and thanks for hosting In and Out of the Kitchen! :)

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  14. I love devilled eggs, and your recipe has such a lot of flavour, Joy. The spices you have chosen are so flavourful, and go so well together. Thank you for sharing another wonderful recipe with the Hearth and Soul hop.

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  15. I always make extra eggs for the same reason. Loving this spicy kick, to deviled eggs. Thanks for sharing at Simple Supper Tuesday.

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  16. I am a deviled egg aficianado, but I'm always hesistant to veer from my mother's recipe---until now. Will def be trying this recipe. Thx for sharing!

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    1. I prefer the classics most of the time, but a change can be fun! :) Thanks for visiting!

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  17. A Cracking blog, get it cracking egg! lol But seriously my tummy is rumbling just looking at it looks fabulous.

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    1. I love your sense of humor! :) Thank you so much for stopping by- I enjoyed my visit to your blog!

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  18. My mother in law makes perfect deviled eggs, where mine come out nasty. Time to pin this and try something new. thank you for sharing.

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    1. Jamie, if you try these, I hope you like them! Thank you for coming by, and for pinning!! :)

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  19. Boy, do these sound amazing. We love deviled eggs...not TOO hot, tho.
    I must try these...

    oops, your word verification is ON...just sayin'....:)

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  20. Yum, I love deviled eggs and these sound great! Thank you for spreading JOY and sharing at the Oh What a HAPPY Day party.

    Holly at Not Done Growing

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  21. MMMMM I love deviled eggs!
    I would love for you to share and link up at my weekly TGIF Link Party if you haven't already this week. Your favorite posts, most popular, recent or new! The party is open every Thursday night and closes Tuesday's at midnight. Followed by (Not SO) Wordless Wednesday! http://apeekintomyparadise.blogspot.com/.
    I would be honored if you join us and follow to stay connected Have a wonderful week!
    Hugs, Cathy

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    1. Thank you for the invitation, Cathy, and thanks so much for coming by!!

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  22. These look so good! I love the idea of using the mayo for sandwiches also! Thank you for linking up with Foodie Friends Friday. I'm sharing your recipe on my Walking on Sunshine FB page later this morning!

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    1. Thanks so much, Lois, and thank you for hosting FFF! I appreciate the share on FB! :)

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  23. It's genius to add a spice (more than just paprika, anyway!) to deviled eggs and I LOVE chipotle. Can't wait to try these - thanks for linking up :). I found you through Weekend Potluck!

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    1. Anna, I'm a big fan of chipotle, too! If you try them, i hope you enjoy them as much as we do! :) Thanks for stopping by- I am happy to be following you!

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  24. I had to lol that your grandmother cooks one extra egg. Almost all my eggs end up looking a little odd, and I make sure I have extras so I can have "leftovers". Deviled eggs are my fave!
    Tha you for sharing on Foodie Friday

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    1. Adelina, I've read all kinds of tips and tricks for boiling eggs so that they peel easily or don't tear up...none of them seem to work consistently for me...so I'm glad I'm not the only one!! :) Thanks for coming by, and thank you for hosting Foodie Friday!

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  25. Deviled eggs are a real favorite at our house so suggestion for any new ingredient is much appreciated. Thanks!

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    1. Thanks, Lulu, and thanks for stopping by- I enjoyed my visit to your blog and FB page! :)

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  26. Thanks so much for sharing your awesome recipe with Full Plate Thursday. Have a great weekend and hope to see you soon!
    Miz Helen

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  27. Joy these sound scrumptious!!

    Thanks so much for sharing again at our "Best Of The Weekend" party"! I have pinned this to our party board and to another large board as well. Also sharing on FB & Twitter at 5P.
    Have a great weekend and we hope to see you back next week!
    :)

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  28. Oh Joy!!! your deviled eggs look super creamy and that chipotle mayo is to die for...I love everything chipotle! This is going straight to my Good Eats Board!

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    1. Thank you so much, Lizbeth- I think they chipotle mayo may be just as good as the eggs! :) Thanks for coming by and for pinning- I appreciate it!

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  29. Wow, these look amazing! Thanks so much for sharing with Foodie Friends Friday this week!

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    1. Thanks, Sarah! I always enjoy FFF- thank you for coming by!

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  30. We have hens in our back yard, so I am always looking for new egg recipes! Thank you for sharing this one at Tuesdays with a Twist! -Marci @ Stone Cottage Adventures

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  31. How to make Adobo sauce? Is it the same as the famous Filipino recipe, Adobo?

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    1. I just use the adobo sauce that the canned chipotles come in! :)

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