Thursday, October 22, 2009

Fried Deviled Eggs Recipe!!



A big HELLOOOOO to all my friends who were waiting for my come back and here i'm with yet another fantastic Temptation.

I know its been quite some time since i blogged, close to 3 months i guess and in the mean time i received a lot of emails and messages from some of you concerned about my health and my whereabouts.

Iam absoultely fine, its just that i wanted some kind of break for a while....and now that iam back, without wasting much of your time let me jump into action once again.

I'm a Food Network fan and some of my favourite chefs are Giada(Everyday Italian), Sandra Lee (Semi-homemade), Ina Garten(Barefoot Contessa) and latest in my list are Patrick and Gina Neely (Down home with the neelys). A couple of days back i was watching their show and was so impressed with one of their recipes that i tried it immediately and just loved it.

They called it Fried Deviled Eggs. Devil is a name given for highly-seasoned broiled or fried dishes, also for hot ingredients. According to the food historians the practice of "devilling" food "officially" began sometime during the 18th century in England.
If you are an egg lover,this is the snack you'll drool over.Its a must try recipe and the best part is its tooooooo simple to make.


Here's my version:

Cook Time:10 min
Yield: 3 to 4 servings

You will need:

4 eggs
4 tsps mayonnaise
1/4 tablespoon Dijon mustard
1 teaspoon fresh lemon zest
1 tablespoon chopped chives
1/2 tsp hot sauce
Salt to taste
1/2 tsp chilli powder (you can use pepper instead)
1/2 cup all-purpose flour
1 egg, beaten
1/2 cup bread crumbs ( i used Contadina-italian style)
Spring onions/ Parsley, for garnish
Oil, for frying

Directions:

Add the eggs to a large saucepan filled with cold water.

Bring to a boil. Remove from heat and let sit in the water for sometime.

Peel the eggs and slice lengthwise. Remove the yolks to a bowl.

Add the mayonnaise, Dijon, lemon zest, chives, hot sauce, salt and chilli powder.

Mash the yolks together with a wooden spoon.

Taste and adjust seasonings, if needed. Fill the egg yolk mixture into the egg whites.


Heat oil in a deep-fryer to 350 degrees F.

In a medium bowl, add 1 cup of flour and season with salt and chilli powder.

In another bowl, beat the eggs, in a third bowl, add 1 cup of bread crumbs.

Dip the eggs into the flour, then the egg and finally into the crumbs.

Gently put the eggs into the hot oil. Fry until golden brown.

Remove to a paper towel lined sheet tray.




Season with salt and chilli powder and garnish with parsley or spring onions.


This is the easiest and best starter ever.




And when you cut the egg into half and put it in your mouth, its just heavenly.




Hope you enjoyed this recipe. I might be going on a break once again as i will b visiting my home country shortly but i promise i'll be back soon.
Let me know how you liked this Temptation!!

See you soon. ADIOS.

131 comments:

Sailaja Damodaran said...

Just two days back i made it.....but did fry it.Yummy nice idea

Sarah Naveen said...

Hey Dea..!!!
happy to see u back :)
I simply love this recipe...
looks really yumm!!!

Gulmohar said...

Aruna, Welcome back..that's a truly tempting recipe..have a great vacation..:-)

Priya said...

Omg, Aruna u r back with a bang dear, such a droolworthy fried deviled eggs, looks fabulous dear!

chakhlere said...

wow!! yummy starter!! Nice and creative.!!

Vrinda said...

Welcome back Aruna...eggs look crispy and yumm,wonderful recipe..

Home Cooked Oriya Food said...

It looks awesome... Welcome back!
I have an indianized version of this too... Maybe I will make it once...

Sushma Mallya said...

Welcome back aruna...thats a superb pic and nice recipe...looks mouthmatering..should give it a try soon...

5 Star Foodie said...

Great to see you back! Fried deviled eggs is a fabulous idea, I can't wait to try, sounds fantastic!

Tina said...

Haloo welcome bak sweety...Oh fried deviled eggs looks very yummy and tempting. Nice presentaion and clicks. Dear waiting for more yummy yummy recipes.

Sophie said...

MMMMMMMM,...these fried eggs look so delicous, Aruna!!

Just pure indulgence!! fabulous pictures too!!

ShantanuDas said...

Hey!!
This is something my mother has made long time ago.. I think someone has taken the recipe from us Bengalis only!! Aww!!
And we too call it "Dimer Devil"

Anyway... Yummy!!
btw pls update my blog link

http://photographs-india.blogspot.com/

kitchen queen said...

yummy and delicious fried eggs. with nice pictures.

Rush said...

back with a bang...a real devil recipe to get all ur readers drooling!!

Donna-FFW said...

Great to see you back. What a fantastic recipe to come back with! Ive never seen fried deviled eggs, sounds wonderful!

meeso said...

I still have never fried boiled eggs, but I know it would be tasty :)

Chef E said...

Ha I just sent you an email, how are you. You come back and slam my hunger with this delightful post!

I have to go boil some eggs, I am hungry for those babies! Growing up in the south, we fried everything, but my mom forgot this one :)

Chef E said...

I could swear I just left a comment?

I just emailed you and wondered how you were, and here you go with this great post. I never thought of frying eggs like this, and coming from the south, we fried everything!

ज्योति सिंह said...

behad khushi is wapasi ko dekhkar ,ab aap behatar hai yah jaankar achchha laga .yah blog beswadi sa lagata raha ek shaandar dish ke saath aane par badhai .

T and S said...

Nice to see you back with a bang and Aruna and blogging again...Thomas

ज्योति सिंह said...

kal main aapke blog par tippani dali thi post kyo nahi hua ?aaj na aati to pata nahi chalta .itne shaandar vyanjan ke saath wapis ,dekhkar khushi hui .

RennyBA's Terella said...

Welcome back - have been missing your temptations you know ;-)

And what a heavenly great comeback - my mouth is watering!

ARUNA said...

oh that's great sailaja, try this one too!

ARUNA said...

thanks much sarah!

ARUNA said...

Thanks Gulmohar!!

ARUNA said...

hey tx Priya, yeah its been so long!

ARUNA said...

Chakhlere: Hey thanq dear!

ARUNA said...

thanks Vrinda, good to c u!

ARUNA said...

hey somoo, iam always game for an indian version but try this one too!

ARUNA said...

thanks Sushma, glad u liked it!

ARUNA said...

Hi Natasha, yeah iam back and good to c u too!

ARUNA said...

Tina thanks dear and yeah i will make more yummy dishes, i promise!

ARUNA said...

thanks Sophie!

ARUNA said...

Shantanu Dimar devil sounds good!!!

ARUNA said...

Kitchen Queen: Thanks a tonne.

Parita said...

Welcome back dear! missed your sweet temptations a lot :-)
Egg starter is new to me and sounds very simple!

neeraj_only said...

good to see , " temptations " has al the flavours intact....like always you are so good at this

ARUNA said...

tq Rush, how've u been??

ARUNA said...

Hi Donna, yeah even i was amazed when i first saw this recipe!

ARUNA said...

thanks meeso!

ARUNA said...

Hi Elizabeth, glad to c ur comments as well as ur mail. Let me c wat's cooking in ur blog!

ARUNA said...

Jyoti ji, comment ke liye bahut shukriya!

ARUNA said...

Thanks Thomas, cant wait to check ur blog....i know some amazing pics must b waiting!

ARUNA said...

hey thanks Renny, that was sweet of you!!

ARUNA said...

hi Parita, tx dear.

ARUNA said...

Tx Neeraj, hope you are doing good.

Anya said...

We are sooooooooooo happy you are back :))))
We have missing you !!!!
Wonderful "delicieus" post,
its looks yummie ..... :)
My compliments for the fantastic pictures from your food !!!

Varunavi said...

Welcome back.Nice eggs,loved the way it is done :)

Varunavi said...

Welcome back.Nice eggs,loved the way it is done :)

ARUNA said...

Thanks Anya, how r u doing?

ARUNA said...

thanq Saritha!

वन्दना अवस्थी दुबे said...

हे ईश्वर!! क्या सचमुच ये आप ही है? कब से नदारद थीं.आंखें थक गईं आपको ढूंढते-ढूंढूते.....

Anand said...

Baby, ur presentation is jus as it is - kool and tasty. This new one looks jus as tasty as all the other recepies. Wow.

Ad glad to see ur post after long. I had missed it terribly.

SHWETHA said...

I am so glad :D
Thank u so much Aruna. Know y I'm a diehard egg-lover...
Come again with more recipes for the same.:)

DayDreamer said...

Extremely beautiful blog with some really wonderful Posts & Pictures..

Do visit mine(Though its not as good as urs)

Looking forwards to more wonderful posts & Pics(Following your blog)

Do follow mine if you like it..
:-)

Cheers,
Dev
http://thegreyconfessions.blogspot.com

Viki's Kitchen said...

Welcome back dear. Eggs seems a great starter idea with lil effort...nice pics.

ARUNA said...

Vandana its me only yaar. But mein aapke blog pe jaa nahin paa rahi hoon, pata nahin kya problem hai!

ARUNA said...

Hey Andy thanks dear, i was missing ur blog too but now that i'm back i hope i will stick for a while and make u happy:))

ARUNA said...

thanq Shwetha, iam glad u liked this dish and i'm sure u will try it and love it!

ARUNA said...

Dev i'm visiting ur blog shortly. tx for ur comment.

ARUNA said...

tx Viki!

♥♥♥Ria♥♥♥ said...

Whoa! Now that is temtpting me too much!

Babli said...

Nice to see you after a long long time. Hope you are fine. Thanks a lot for your lovely comment. I am doing good.
Fried devil egg looks yummy and delicious and mouth watering too. You have presented very nicely with wonderful pictures.

Murari Pareek said...

अरुणाजी वापसी पर स्वागत है आप आई गई अच्छा लगा ब्लॉग जगत मैं आने के पश्चात मैंने दो साथियों को मिस किया जिसमे एक आप जो अभी आ गयी है, और दुसरे हमारे कार्टूनिष्ट अनुराग जी जिनका अभी तक अता पता नहीं है ,अब रही Fried Deviled Eggs. बात तो मैं तो शाकाहारी हूँ !! हाँ इस रे.सी.पि से आलू डाल कर बनाना होगा....

ARUNA said...

thanks Ria!!

ARUNA said...

thanks Babli, good to c u too!

ARUNA said...

Hi Murari ji, tx for the warm welcome. Haan andey ke badley Aloo ka istemaal acha idea hai!

RAJ SINH said...

vaapsee par bahut badhayee !

Anshika said...

First visit. And I am stumped by your Fried Devil Eggs. These made me remember the drooling egg pakoras I used to have. In that besan was used for dipping. Your recipe is different but delicious.

DayDreamer said...

Hey Thankx..Aruna for stopping by..

So whats next on the menu?

Every time I visit your blog..i feel hungry!!

Waiting for more posts(Hungrily)

Dev

ARUNA said...

thanks Raj ji, kaise hain aap!!!!

ARUNA said...

tx for visiting me Anshika....glad u liked my dish!

ARUNA said...

Dev even i have no clue on what's cooking next!!!

DayDreamer said...

Try a Neapolitan Pizza or Tiramisu..

:-)

गर्दूं-गाफिल said...

खाने से पहले खाने के साथ
बना होजाये तोसज्ती है रात

आप पेट और जिव्हा के लिए कविता लिखते हो
मे कानो और आँखों के लिए के लिए लिखता हूँ
हमारा ब्लॉग आपकी प्रतीक्छा कर रहा हैं

Prasukitchen.blogspot.com said...

those looks fabulous yaar Aruna

Ricardo said...

they do look super great and delicious as well as crispy and nice...well done thanks for sharing :) xxxxx

ARUNA said...

next time definitely dev!

ARUNA said...

bahut bahut shukriya!

ARUNA said...

thanks Prasu!

ARUNA said...

thanks Ricardo, good to c u again!

doggybloggy said...

what a twist on a classic!

AshKuku said...

Hey Aruna,

First time here... A follower in my panthis led me here....through the spaces she was following...And I'm glad I came ....Wonderful collection of recipes....

And this starter , I'm all 'Egg'cited!!!!! Would love to try it some day....Gr8 going...

Ash....
(http://asha-oceanichope.blogspot.com/)

ARUNA said...

thanks Doggybloggy, good to c u after a long time!

ARUNA said...

Hi Asha, tx for ur wonderful comment and am equally glad u bumped into my space, do check all my recipes!

Katherine said...

OK, I can't think of ANYTHING less healthy than fried deviled eggs... so on that note, I AM GOING TO HAVE TO TRY THIS RECIPE LOL! They look AMAZING.... not so healthy, but amazing! :)

Ammu said...

Lovely dish. Perfect snack. Sounds great.

RennyBA's Terella said...

A "Food Network fan" - as a network evangelist, I just love that expression!

Hmm and another temptation from - looks delicious as always - thanks for sharing!

Have a nice trip back home :-)

*sangi* said...

Tnx for sharing this wonderful recipe Aruna...

Sook said...

your blog name "temptation" is right. I am so tempted to go ahead and fry all my eggs in the fridge. :) They look great!

Soma Pradhan said...

The deviled eggs look so yummy

T and S said...

Irresistible post Aruna.

Erica said...

Those eggs look fantastic!!!

Usha said...

Welcome back ! A very interesting recipe for sure...

Andhra Flavors said...

Those looks tempting. Nice idea with eggs

My cooking experiments said...

Wow! is all that i can say.Beautiful blog here. Simply bowled over by the recipes here. Can't wait to read everything about it!

Divya Vikram said...

Hey Aruna,
Recipe looks so good.
Sinful n yummoo!

Kathleen said...

these sound sooo good! Thanks for sharing!

My cooking experiments said...

First time here,Sure your blog as its name is a temptation.Gonna follow it to peep in now and then to see the latest temptation!lovely way to relish eggs!

王菲Fay said...

it looks delicious!I love it! Very creative!That's actually really cool.
謝謝你的文章分享,請你有空到我

參觀,Thanks

Ifthikhar said...

Wow...back with a yummy temptation..!its good to see you!
Nice!

Cynthia said...

You are too wicked. I love deviled eggs but now to fry them too - heaven! Welcome back!

anna said...

hooo.......i love this.....ARUNA..its rly tmptng....Gud wrk dear

Haddock said...

Your photographs make them look yummy.

rohini said...

its really tempting..i will luv to visit ur blog again and again just to make my hubby coz of ur tempting recepies....thnx

Pavithra said...

Hey I missed your post.. looks so yummy. Come back soon.

Nina's Recipes said...

Merry Christmas and Happy New Year! XO
Nina

Anya said...

Have a very happy New Year
and a wonderful and happy 2010 :-)

(@^.^@)

Nina's Recipes said...

May all your dreams come true and may you be blessed with all the best things in life! Happy New Year!

T and S said...

Happy new year Aruna...Thomas

Rachana Kothari said...

Hey Aruna,

I am first time here and must say, u have a good collection of recipes.
Hope you have a great trip back home.

Rachana
http://rachanakothari.blogspot.com/

Sharmilee! :) said...

Looks like egg bajji...tempting they look!

Sowmya said...

An award awaits u dear...check out my blog and please accept it...have fun!

SriLekha said...

looks delicious!

Padhu said...

Nice Photographs!
http://padhuskitchen.blogspot.com/

Cicily Antony said...

Liked the name...my kiddo will be ready to try this if i tell the name...following u...

Malar Gandhi said...

Wonderful recipe...love eggs, can't practically live without it...thanks for this lovely recipe:)

ARUNA said...

Thanks a lot Katherine, Renny, Ammu, Sangi, Sook, Soma, Thomas, Erica, Usha, Divya, Kathlene, Ifthikar,Cynthia, Anna, Haddock, Rohini, Pavithra, Nina,Rachna, Sharmilee, Sowmya,Srilekha, Padhu, Cicily , Malar. Thanq guys, thanks a tonne. If i missed anyone pls excuse me but u really motivate me and ur comments mean a lot!

Trendsetters said...

Great presention..looks yummy

AvanthiRao said...

Thanks by dropping at my place , you hav a nice blog and really tempting recipes.......

Pari said...

Hi Aruna, my first visit here, hopped from PJ's blog.
Nice devilish egg and it's a good starter to make when u have many guests as it's simple and quick to make.
Drop by sometime and check out my blog.

tina said...

These look so good! I've never even heard of them but love deviled eggs! Nice presentation too.

Ricardo said...

You know what the name of this blog is just right, These eggs are indeed a temptation as is the coffee, as I am a great coffee lover,, I would actually have these eggs and the coffee together, sounds and looks divine...cheers xxx Rico

Sarah, Maison Cupcake said...

These look absolutely delicious, I must try them soon.

Simply Life said...

wow! this looks great!

Yummy Team said...

You have got some great recipes here..Thanks for sharing them..

Pam said...

Those are amazing...never heard of anything like it..I bet they are awesome!

xoxo

Live.Love.Eat said...

Wow, this is a fantastic looking starter and so unique. I am huge on appetizers and have never seen this one.

Thank you so much for stopping by my blog, I appreciate it. I love the food you post and am going to keep peeking around. Oh, and if you do respond to this, I don't come back to the comment box. So, if you can respond to my email, that would be great!

ARUNA said...

Thanks all for ur wonderful comments!

Ravikanth Bhusani... The Cosmopolitan said...

ur blog made me hungry ... and this egg dish lookkkkssss awesome...!!!

not sure I can make it .. but surely ll love to have it made ready ... pls do invite me when u make it next time :)


NICE BLOG BTW!!!
keep posting

t3 costs said...

You are absolutely right about insisting on fresh lemons with your deviled eggs recipe. Fresh lemons have all those healthy live enzymes. As Betty Wrenn Day likes to say, "The lemon is the quintessential fruit that makes food sparkle. It has become synonymous with the word refreshing."

I love your blog and you never disappoint. So here's a toast to you:

May all your lights be delights,
and all your pain champagne.

Lindsey