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Spicy Mayo Deep Fried Deviled Eggs

Recently a friend of mine posted a food picture while on vacation and I'm going to be honest, I couldn't quit thinking about it. I mean, could a deep fried deviled egg really be good? Well friends, they did not disappoint! The classic deviled egg will never look the same and we are going to have to invest in some chickens because I think we just created a new staple in our house. Bonus points for being a super easy recipe too!!


5 boiled eggs

1/2 cup flour

1 egg, beaten

1 cup panko crumbs

1 tbsp garlic powder

1 tsp salt

1 tsp pepper

1/2 cup Dukes Mayo

3 tbsp Flying Goose Sriracha

1 tbsp minced dehydrated onions

1 green onion (green part only)

Cut boiled eggs in half and set yolks aside in a bowl. Set up 3 bowls assembly line style and place the flour, garlic powder, salt and pepper in one, the beaten egg in one and finally the panko crumbs in the 3rd bowl. Dip your egg white into the flour-then egg-then panko crumbs and set aside on a plate. In a deep skillet heat oil (we use peanut) ensuring you have enough to allow egg to float. You can test if its ready by sprinkling a little flour in the oil, if it sizzles, its game time! Slowly release the eggs in the oil and allow them to become golden brown on both side. This takes maybe 2-3 minutes. Remove and allow to drain any excess oil.

In a small bowl mix egg yolks, mayo, sriracha together into a creamy consistency. Once smooth place in a piping bag (or ziplock with the corner cut) and place filling on egg. Top with ground pepper, chopped green onions and dehydrated minced onion.

If you're into heat, throw some diced jalapeños on top, so divine!!!

And that's it!!! Tasty, simple and the perfect appetizer for any meal...or side...or whole meal. Don't blame me if you eat a dozen, they are addicting!! Next up, lets add some seafood on top or some cowboy candy-the possibilities are endless

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