This Halloween-twist on classic deviled eggs gets a fiery blast of flavor from roasted peppers, paprika, cayenne pepper, and hot sauce. It's a simple, guaranteed crowd-pleaser for a party on the most haunted day of the year.
These were a horrible failure. Definitely cut the salt back to 1/4 to 1/2 a tsp because the full teaspoon made these inedible. I also only used half a cup of mayonnaise thinking 1 cup seemed like alot for only a dozen egg yolks, wish I had paid attention to the salt! After getting past being too salty, it tasted like I ate a spoonful of mayo...yuk. You almost couldn't tell there were egg yolks in it! I only used 2 peppers because they were really large and that seemed plenty. Inedible result.
Rating: 5 stars
The devil faces are supper cute, and easy to do! You can do them with any deviled egg recipe, but this recipe is great. I added a tbs of "3 onion dip mix - Epicure" and they turned out fabulous! You can also add fresh jalapenos, but watch your hot sauce.
Very fun on the table for the Halloween party. I found them just a bit too salty, but next time I will taste them with 1/2 teaspoon salt to start with, and then add moe if I need to.