Bloody Mary Deviled Eggs

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Introducing Bloody Mary Deviled Eggs: a spicy spin on the traditional appetizer. These eggs are bursting with flavor, featuring a zesty kick and topped with a celery garnish. Perfect for brunch or any occasion where you want to add some excitement to the menu!

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Why You’ll Love This Recipe

  • Bariatric-Friendly: These Bloody Mary Deviled Eggs eggs are high in protein, perfect for your diet.
  • Unique Flavor Twist: The Bloody Mary mix adds a fun, tangy twist to classic deviled eggs.
  • Great for Snacking: They’re bite-sized, making them an excellent choice for healthy snacking.

Recipe Ingredients

  • Eggs: The base of the dish, providing high-quality protein that’s essential for a bariatric diet.
  • Bloody Mary Seasoning Spice Mix: Adds a savory, tangy kick, reminiscent of the classic cocktail.
  • Avocado: Offers a creamy texture and healthy fats, which contribute to the richness of the filling.
  • Salt: Essential for enhancing the flavors of all the other ingredients.
  • Fresh Jalapeno: Provides a spicy crunch, adding a burst of heat and freshness to each bite.
  • Cumin: Gives a warm, earthy undertone, complementing the spice mix and adding depth to the flavor profile.

How To Make Bloody Mary Deviled Eggs?

Step One: Boil The Eggs

Fill a pan with water and turn the heat to high. Once the water is boiling, add your eggs and cook for about twelve minutes for hard-boiled eggs.

Step Two: Prepare Ice Bath

While your eggs are cooking on the stove, fill a large bowl with ice and water and have it sitting getting nice and cold.

Step Three: Cool The Eggs

After twelve minutes of boiling, remove the eggs from the hot water and place them in the cold water bath. Allow them to set for a few minutes.

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Step Four: Peel And Halve The Eggs

Once peeled, start cutting the eggs in half and placing the cooked yolk in a separate bowl. Once all are separated, set the halved whites aside for later.

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Step Five: Prepare The Filling

Grab your bowl with the cooked egg yolks and add in half of your ripened avocado. Take a fork and mash until it’s smooth and creamy.

Step Six: Season The Mixture

Start adding in your bloody mary seasoning mix at this point. We added about 2 1/2 teaspoons, but taste test it after each teaspoon to see your preference. Add a pinch of salt if needed and stir.

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Step Seven: Fill The Egg Whites

After mixing, fill the hollowed-out egg whites with a spoon or use a pastry bag for pouring mixture.

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Step Eight: Garnish And Serve

Top with a fresh jalapeno pepper or a sprinkle of cumin. Serve and enjoy!

Cooking Tips

  • Fresh Eggs: Ensure your eggs are fresh but not too new; eggs a week old peel more easily after boiling, giving your deviled eggs a smoother appearance.
  • Spicy Swirl: Add a dash of hot sauce and a sprinkle of cayenne pepper to the filling for eggs that pack a punch, echoing the spicy kick of a classic Bloody Mary.

Variations

  • Lemon Juice: Adds a bright, acidic contrast to balance the rich flavor of the avocado and spice mix. Use a few squeezes in the filling to enhance taste and prevent the avocado from browning.
  • Celery Seed: Adds a subtle, earthy flavor to complement the spicy and savory notes. It can be mixed into the filling or sprinkled on top as a garnish, enhancing the overall complexity of the dish. You can also use celery salt instead of seed, but make sure you adjust the salt level in the recipe.
  • Tomato Paste: Blend it with the egg yolks and avocado mixture for a moist, flavorful filling that mirrors the classic Bloody Mary cocktail essence.
  • Crispy Bacon: Adds a crunchy texture and smoky flavor. Crumble it on top of the filled eggs as a garnish, offering a delightful contrast to the creamy yolk mixture.
  • Dijon Mustard: Provides a tangy kick that enhances the overall flavor profile. Add it into the egg yolk and avocado mixture, where its sharpness will complement the spices and add depth to the filling.

Substitutions

  • Old Bay Seasoning: Can serve as a substitute for the Bloody Mary seasoning spice mix, infusing the dish with a unique blend of herbs and spices that add complexity and warmth. Mix it into the egg yolk filling to integrate its aromatic flavors directly, enhancing the overall taste profile.

Storage & Reheating Instructions

  • Storage: Store your leftover bloody mary deviled egg in a sealed container in the refrigerator to retain their freshness.
  • Freezing: Place them in a sealed container in the freezer for one month to maintain flavor.
  • Reheating: Thaw in the fridge overnight or gently reheat at 50% power in the microwave. Garnish with fresh herbs or Bloody Mary seasoning before serving.

What To Serve With This Recipe

  • Vegetable Crudites: Crisp, fresh vegetable crudites such as cucumber slices, carrot sticks, and bell pepper strips add a refreshing crunch and balance to the rich flavors of devilled eggs.
  • Crackers: A selection of artisanal crackers or crusty bread slices provides a delightful contrast in texture and can be used to scoop up the creamy filling of the devilled eggs.
  • Side Salad: Pair a Chicken Quinoa Salad with creamy and tangy Bloody Mary Deviled Eggs for a delightful and satisfying meal that’s perfect for any occasion.
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Bloody Mary Deviled Eggs

Bloody Mary Deviled Eggs are a zesty twist on classic deviled eggs, mixing in Bloody Mary seasoning, avocado, and jalapeño for a spicy, flavorful bite.

Ingredients

  • 8 eggs
  • 2-3 teaspoons bloody mary seasoning spice mix
  • 1/2 avocado
  • salt to taste
  • 1 fresh jalapeno, sliced
  • pinch of cumin

Instructions

  1. Fill a pan with water and turn the heat to high. Once the water is boiling, add your eggs and cook for about twelve minutes for hard-boiled eggs.
  2. While your eggs are cooking on the stove, fill a large bowl with ice and water and have it sitting getting nice and cold.
  3. After twelve minutes of boiling, remove the eggs from the hot water and place them in the cold water bath. Allow them to set for a few minutes.
  4. Once peeled, start cutting the eggs in half and placing the cooked yolk in a separate bowl. Once all are separated, set the halved whites aside for later.
  5. Grab your bowl with the cooked egg yolks and add in half of your ripened avocado. Take a fork and mash until it’s smooth and creamy.
  6. Start adding in your bloody mary seasoning mix at this point. We added about 2 1/2 teaspoons, but taste-test it after each teaspoon to see your preference. Add a pinch of salt if needed and stir.
  7. After mixing, fill the hollowed-out egg whites with a spoon or use a pastry bag to pour the mixture.
  8. Top with a fresh jalapeno pepper or a sprinkle of cumin. Serve and enjoy!

Notes

  • Fresh Eggs: Ensure your eggs are fresh but not too new; eggs a week old peel more easily after boiling, giving your deviled eggs a smoother appearance.
  • Spicy Swirl: Add a dash of hot sauce and a sprinkle of cayenne pepper to the filling for eggs that pack a punch, echoing the spicy kick of a classic Bloody Mary.

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