Deviled Eggs Recipe

A deviled eggs recipe is always popular but this one is more popular than most.

Moreover, it produces creamy spicy devils that are devoured even faster than most. These are delicious curried devils.

The unique spicy flavour is curry powder. Many people cannot identify the flavor at first but they certainly know that they like it.

Not only are these little devils tasty, they are easy to make. They are excellent for low carbohydrate snacks, party food, appetizers, or main meals when served with a salad.

In the culinary sense, the term ‘deviled’ refers to food that is liberally seasoned or spiced. You can season these as liberally as you prefer.

Deviled Eggs Recipe Ingredients

  • 6 large hard-boiled eggs, (preferably free-range or organic)
  • 1 teaspoon curry powder
  • 3 tablespoons of mayonnaise (preferably homemade)
  • 1 tablespoon minced green onion
  • 1 tablespoon of fresh cilantro (coriander) minced

If possible, it's best to use organic ingredients.

Using 6 eggs this recipe yields 12 deviled eggs (halves). Simply double or triple the recipe ingredients if more deviled eggs are required.

Carbohydrates approximately 5 grams for the whole recipe. Protein approximately 8 grams for the whole recipe.

Deviled Eggs Recipe Method

Gently add the eggs to a large saucepan half filled with water and add a teaspoon of vinegar. The vinegar will help to stop the egg whites leaking into the water if any shells crack while cooking.

Bring the water to boil, remove from the heat, cover the pan with a lid and let the eggs sit in the water for 15 minutes. Then drain the water from the pan and run cold water over the eggs for several minutes. Crack the eggs slightly to make it easy to peel the shells and then let the eggs sit in icy cold water for 5 minutes.

Shell the head-boiled eggs and then cut lengthwise in perfect halves. Scoop out the yolks into a bowl leaving the white halves as empty cups that you will later fill.

Mash the egg yolks with a fork and blend in the mayonnaise, minced green onion and curry powder; mix well. Season the yolk mixture with sea salt and pepper according to taste.

Spoon or pipe the filling into the egg white halves dividing the mixture equally so that so that you create a slightly raised mound. Deviled eggs benefit from being made a few hours in advance of serving and kept in the refrigerator to allow the full flavors to develop.

When ready to serve, arrange eggs on a platter and garnish with minced fresh cilantro (coriander).


Additional information

Please let yourself feel really good about using this recipe.

It's not only tasty but healthful!

Using it is a minor way of reversing some of the damage done by the First Agricultural Revolution. That was a wonderful boon for human civilization, but it has taken a terrible health toll on us as individuals.

When we switched from eating the kinds of foods our prehistoric forager ancestors ate, we caused ourselves to begin to suffer from all the diseases of civilization including coronary heart disease (which is the biggest killer in the world today), type 2 diabetes, obesity, hypertension, some cancers, and others.

By returning to eating (and moving) more like our prehistoric ancestors, we can mitigate all the suffering and premature death due to the diseases of civilization.

Eggs are natural foods packed with healthful fats and protein. So you are being really kind to yourself whenever you use this deviled eggs recipe and others like it.

Recommended books for this section of the site

Here are some excellent initial reading suggestions about eating better:

  • Eades and Eades, The Low-Carb Comfort Food Cookbook
  • Eades and Eades, The Protein Power Lifeplan
  • Cordain, The Paleo Diet Cookbook
  • Wolf, The Paleo Solution
  • Bennett & Sinatra, Sugar Shock!
  • Price, Nutrition and Physical Degeneration

The books are available at and

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