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Smoked Deviled Eggs

post #1 of 27
Thread Starter 
I'm sure I'm not the first person to try this but just want to let people know that everytime I've brought these to a party they are a hit.

Boil eggs for 18 minutes, chill and peel. Set smoke for about 140o and smoker for about an hour with your favorite wood. Chill and proceed to make deviled eggs as you normally would. I use mayo, dijon mustard, parsley, salt and pepper.

With the Holidays approaching this is something different to bring to a potluck.

post #2 of 27
kewl lew.........thanks..........

i tried these, but only smoking the yellows......didn't werk out well.........so......smoke the whole egg then........slice in half after smoking and proceed as usual..........???

now my local buthcer has em smoked........dark green looking.....is that how they will look?
post #3 of 27
Thank you for the recipe lcruzen...I've always wanted to try them, just haven't gotten around to it.
I'll try your recipe! Thanks!!PDT_Armataz_01_34.gif
post #4 of 27
Thanks for the recipe, I'll have to try that out.
post #5 of 27

Sounds Good

Sounds good I love deviled eggs. Will have to trysome soon!
post #6 of 27
Always looking for something else that my wife may like.
she always makes deviled eggs for special occasions. Try these on for size I'll tell her.
post #7 of 27

Great Idea

Now this sounds like a good one to try....I'm glad I came to this forum....Love you guys/gals/smokers....DemoMan
post #8 of 27
Wanted to double check on the bolded part ... seems a bit long.
post #9 of 27
thanks for that fig...........you are right......that DOES seem abit extreme
post #10 of 27
I love creativity when it involves food... nothing like trying something new. Keep it up my friend!
post #11 of 27
The yolks take on more smoke than the whites and the whites sometimes look dirty after smoking so if I'm taking them out of the house I will often just smoke the yolks then mash, mix and stuff as usual.
post #12 of 27
I think the 18 minutes is correct. But I believe, from grammy's cook book, it is: bring to a boil, then SIMMER for 18 minutes.

Also, do you feel that you get smoke to the yokes? I'm wondering if you went ahead and halved them, then smoked. Probably wouldn't take as long, and you would get good smoke to the yoke; nothing wrong with a little yoke smoke, eh?
post #13 of 27
I was gonna try the same thing. icon_smile.gif
post #14 of 27
Bingo - that's how I do 'em. And Frank's Hot Sauce. Nothing is as good as that! Real Hungarian paprika too!
post #15 of 27
last time i did these......i did as deb mentioned.......just smoked the yolks.......tho i did it in my pos verticle propane smoker.......and didn't really get much of a smoke flavor.....maybe next time.........smoke em on the ecb..........
post #16 of 27
Sounds like something good to try. I like them whole so I'll try that too.
post #17 of 27
Now this makes much more sense. The OP made it sound like you actually boil them for 18 min, which seemed way too long. Thanks for correcting this.
post #18 of 27
Thread Starter 
Yep, I smoke the whole egg and chill and slice after. Mine are just slightly brown on the outside, not green at all. Just want to hit it with enough smoke to flavor it.
post #19 of 27
Thread Starter 
I've always cooked hard boiled eggs for 18 minutes. Boil the water, add the eggs and when the water returns to a boil time them for 18 minutes. This is just my way and I know there are a lot of opinions out there on how long they should go. The important thing it to get there however your comfortable with.
post #20 of 27
Thread Starter 
From my expereince the white does take on a slight brown color but nothing un-appealing. When i eat deviled eggs they are 1 amybe 2 bite and whether it is the white, yolk, or both smoked it pretty much tastes the same.
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