Chipotle Deviled Eggs

December 27, 2007 on 7:40 pm | By | In Recipes | 4 Comments

Chipotle Deviled Eggs


I can never show up to Christmas Eve festivities empty-handed, but considering I typically have to work that day I’m always looking for recipes that can easily be made ahead. Deviled eggs to the rescue! I made the eggs and filling the day before, then assembled them at our cousin’s place. They were a HUGE hit.

As with most things, I don’t really have a specific recipe. For 18 eggs I mixed the yolks with about 3/4 cup mayonnaise and 1/2 cup sour cream. I then added salt, pepper and chipotle chiles en adobo to taste. You can mash with a fork or potato masher, but I like to whip everything up in a food processor for a nice creamy consistency. Enjoy!


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  1. Oh, very yummy! Great way to update an old standard.

    Comment by Caffienated Cowgirl — December 28, 2007 #

  2. It’s not as obvious in the photo, but since the chipotle adds some red color, they kinda looked like they were stuffed with Velveeta!

    Comment by ovens2betsy — December 28, 2007 #

  3. Betsy,
    If I hated eggs & truffles, I’d be compelled to try the recipe after looking at the pictures. The photos made me drool with hunger.
    I wondered if Chipotle would work. Chris got me started on it and I love the taste. You make me want to try it.
    PS I am still thinking about exercising. But, maybe I should read another book about health, first. Best thing about your writing is the personal sharing about your angst. It is this precise “knot” inside every human’s gut that tangles up our motivation.
    PSS I’ll be in Orlando end of this month.

    Comment by Kathy Moe Hagen — January 14, 2008 #

  4. Recipe sounds good; picture looks better. The picture manages to make an ordinary food look exotic and sumptuous.

    Comment by Austin personal trainer — January 22, 2008 #

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