Truffle deviled eggs are super easy to make. If you enjoy classic deviled eggs you may be looking for a new way to prepare this favorite, I have got a super easy recipe for you.
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One item seems to fly off serving platters at a potluck and that is deviled eggs. Have you ever been to a party, or a potluck dinner and found there were leftover deviled eggs? I never have.
Deviled eggs are so simple to make. Deviled eggs are small vehicles for adding a unique flavor.
Deviled eggs come in all sorts of flavors; salty, savory, and even spicy. I have a blog post where you can find 9 different recipes for deviled eggs.
How to get the truffle flavor in deviled eggs
You do not need expensive truffles to enhance deviled eggs. You can use truffle oil and if desired, truffle salt. The creaminess of the egg yolks really helps to carry the flavor of the truffle.
A tiny pinch of truffle salt can do wonders for the eggs. These two layers of truffle with mayonnaise, pickles, a touch of onion, make these ordinary deviled eggs something extraordinary.
Variations on truffle deviled eggs
You may want to add some fresh herbs like chives, parsley, or even fresh chervil. They will add a nice brightness to the flavor. You could also use capers for a little punch of salt.
Tips for making deviled eggs
- Buy your eggs about 1 week before you will make them. Fresher eggs are harder to peel.
- Want your deviled eggs to look extra special? Use a piping bag, to fill the egg whites
- Having a hard time storing your eggs, you can buy a special plate, or you can rest them on ice cube trays to keep them from sliding around
Best Ways to Cook Hard-Boiled Eggs
Enjoy this great variation on your classic deviled eggs with this easy recipe!
Truffle Deviled Eggs
- 12 hard boiled eggs
- 3/4 cup mayonnaise
- 1 tablespoon minced red onion
- 2 teapoons prepared mustard
- 1 teaspoon truffle oil
- 1/4 teaspoon truffle salt regular salt is ok
- 2 teaspoons minced dill pickle
- Hard boil eggs your preferred way.
- Peel eggs and slice the eggs in half. Cut the eggs in half down their length, from tip to bottom.
- Remove the yolks. Gently squeeze the yellow yolk out of the egg. Place the yolks into a medium-sized bowl. Place the eggs on a plate, cut side up.
- Make the filling. In the bowl with the egg yolks add 3/4 cup mayonnaise, 1 tablespoon minced red onion, 2 teaspoons mustard, 1 teaspoon truffle oil, 1/4 teaspoon salt, and the minced dill pickle. Stir to combine. Mash the egg yolks as you stir. Stir until the egg mixture is creamy.
- Fill the egg whites. Fill the eggs by spooning the egg yolk mixture into the egg whites. You can fill a piping bag, and pipe the filling into the egg whites.
- Garnish - if desired. You can garnish with fresh herbs or a sprinkling of paprika if desired.
- Hard boiled eggs can be prepared in advance by a couple of days. This will make the eggs very easy to peel.
- Hard boiled can be stored for a couple of days in your refrigerator.
- You can swap out the red onion for minced shallots if desired.