Yield: Yields 8
Curry powder, diced apple, and honey give these deviled eggs a spicy-but-sweet nuance. They’re a great starter for a summer cookout featuring Indian flavors, such as Tandoori Chicken Legs.
Make Ahead Tips
You can prepare and refrigerate the deviled eggs up to a couple of hours ahead.
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I use light mayonaise. Fabulous
Deliciously received by the whole family
I made 3 types of deviled eggs for a dinner party. I loved the idea of curry in a deviled egg. I followed the recipe and then realized that 1/2 tsp of salt seemed like a lot.....to late. The eggs were very salty. I added a little extra honey to try and reduce the salt flavor which helped a bit. They really were very good other than that. Also made the classic and the caper, red onion and dill versions. Loved those.
The curry, bacon, and crab devil eggs recipes in June/July 2012 Fine Cooking magazine are good but nothing is better than the classic deviled egg recipe (also found in this issue). If you are making the curry deviled eggs, the recipe in the magazine called for 1/2 tsp. of salt, which was way too much.
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