I love this recipe, I used fresh jalepenos and it added a nice bite to the eggs. I will continue to make this recipe.
Spicy Southwestern Deviled Eggs
Wildflower5150 Posted: 12/16/08
adl880 Posted: 12/20/09
I like traditional deviled eggs, but wanted to make something a little bit more interesting for a Christmas party. These are delicious! I don't normally like spicy things, but I ended up adding 4 tsp of jalepeno and the about a tsp or two of juice from the jar. This is a great recipe!
mamaciita Posted: 03/21/10
"Those are the best deviled eggs I've ever eaten." Get used to it. I sometimes add chipotles, roasted red peppers, etc. The outcome is always the same. Best Deviled Eggs EVER.
carmelita Posted: 08/15/12
Oooooo, this is my favorite deviled egg recipe. I get asked for the recipe all the time and the platters are always emptied. It's delicious, spicy, creamy. You've gotta try these.
LaneEdwards Posted: 08/05/12
Great recipe - looking forward to making after cold smoking the whites with mesquite.' Fresh eggs have a slightly acid environment, it makes the shell tougher As the egg matures (close to hatching time) it changes to a more alkaline environment which weakens the shell making it easier for the chicken to hatch. When fresh eggs are boiled it cause the membrane to act like a glue between the shell and the white part. With older eggs that is less likely to happen. Solution to hard boiling fresh eggs: Soak in water at room temp for about an hour with a couple tablespoons of baking soda then bring to a boil, cut off the heat, and let set covered for about 15 minutes. Cool to handling temp under cool water then remove the shells. I suggest that you not use ice or ice water - the shell will contract and be more difficult to remove. The baking soda accelerates the acid to alkaline change and weakens the bonding power of the membrane and the shell.
Tarheel2013 Posted: 07/21/13
Everyone goes crazy over these deviled eggs, so plan on doubling the recipe if you're having a cook out.