Curried Eggs

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Recipe Origin Australia
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Servings 6
Preparation 10 min 00:10
Cook N/A
Ready in 10 min 00:10
Difficulty Beginner
Cooking Method No Cook
Ingredients Egg
Equipment No Cook
Recipe Type Appetizer Finger Food Side Dish
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Curried Eggs

Hard-boiled eggs are mixed with a savory blend of their yolk, curry powder, and mayonnaise in this easy dish that can be served as an appetizer, side, or salad.

This is an Australian variation on the American deviled eggs that traditionally used a yellow style curry powder that is heavy in turmeric and fenugreek. These flavors combine with the egg yolk to give a flavorsome bite.

Curried eggs are a common item found at a BBQ or when you need to bring a plate to a picnic or similar. They are a great finger food and relatively healthy option being high in protein.

 

Ingredients

6 hard boiled eggs

1/2 teaspoon Bush Cooking Australian curry powder, or similar yellow curry powder

2 tablespoons mayonnaise

Equipment

piping bag with nozzle, optional

Recipe Directions

  1. Peel the hard-boiled eggs and cut in half, lengthwise. Remove the yolks and place them in a bowl.

  2. Add to the egg yolks the curry powder and mayonnaise then combine until smooth. You may need to push lumps of the yolk into the side of the bowl to break them up.

  3. Refill each egg half with the yolk mixture. This can simply be done by scooping it back in, or you can pipe it in for a fancier finish. If making a bulk version of this, aka doubling or tripling the quantity, piping is much quicker.

  4. Arrange the filled curried eggs on a serving platter and keep chilled until needed. 

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Recipe Origin Australia
Rating
No Reviews
Servings 6
Preparation 10 min 00:10
Cook N/A
Ready in 10 min 00:10
Difficulty Beginner
Cooking Method No Cook
Ingredients Egg
Equipment No Cook
Recipe Type Appetizer Finger Food Side Dish
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