Fried Deviled Egg Appetizers in a Creamy Sauce

Andy Anderson !


Here’s a neat twist on the typical deviled egg appetizer. Once you’ve tried these you’ll never look at deviled eggs the same way again.

In fact, they’re not just for guests… make them any time you want a nice bite of comfort.

They are simple to make. As a matter of fact, you can boil the eggs the day before, and then assemble them the next day.

So, you ready… let’s get into the kitchen.

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6 large
eggs, hard boiled
1 clove
garlic, minced
3 Tbsp
fresh parsley, finely chopped
2-3 Tbsp
heavy cream
1 tsp
black truffle oil
salt, kosher variety, to taste
freshly ground black pepper, to taste
additional chopped parsley for decoration
2 Tbsp
grapeseed oil


the leftover egg yolk mixture (more on that later)
1 Tbsp
dijon mustard
1 Tbsp
rice vinegar
1 Tbsp
extra virgin olive oil
filtered water


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2Gather your ingredients

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3Hard-boil the eggs.

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4Chef’s Note: Ah the mystery of hard-boiling an egg. I won’t go into that here. Let’s just say that if you talk to a dozen chefs they will give you a dozen different ways to achieve the perfect hard-boiled egg. Suffice to say that I experimented until I came up with a method that works every single time… for me.

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5Chef’s Tip: Since the white portion of the egg will be used in the presentation, be as careful as possible when removing the shell.

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6Slice the eggs in half, and separate the yolks from the whites.

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7Add the garlic and parsley and truffle oil into the bowl of a food processor, fitted with an S-blade.

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8Chef’s Note: The black truffle oil is optional (and rather expensive), but it does add a wonderful twist to an American tradition.

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9Give the mixture a few 1-second pulses until thoroughly combined.

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10Add the egg yolks, and some salt and pepper, to taste, and pulse to combine.

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11Finally, add a bit of cream, a little at a time until the mixture is creamy, but still holds together.

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12Chef’s Note: You want the mixture nice and thick, so watch how much cream you add. You can always add more, but you can’t add less.

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13Add the egg mixture to the egg whites.

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14Chef’s Tip: You don’t want to dome the egg mixture. You want it to be flat with the cut of the egg white.

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15Add the grapeseed oil to a sauté pan over medium to medium-high heat.

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16When the oil begins to shimmer, add the eggs, cut side down, and allow them to cook, undisturbed, until brown, about 3-5 minutes.

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17Remove from the sauté pan, and reserve.

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19Take the leftover egg yolk mixture (you will have some left), and place it into a food processor fitted with an S-blade, or you could use a blender.

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20Add the sauce ingredients, except the water, and puree until smooth.

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21Add the water a little bit at a time until you have a nice consistency.

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22Chef’s Note: It should be thick, but it should flow like nice gravy.

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23Add some of the sauce to a presentation dish.

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24Chef’s Note: Add just enough sauce to compliment the one egg, don’t over do it.

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25Top with one of the eggs.

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26Add a bit of chopped parsley.

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27Serve warm, or cool. Enjoy.

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28Keep the faith and keep cooking.

About this Recipe

Course/Dish: Other Appetizers
Main Ingredient: Eggs
Regional Style: American