If you haven’t tried these sriracha deviled eggs, you’re missing out! Zesty with a spicy kick in every bite, these trendy deviled eggs will definitely be the showstopper of your party table!
These picture-perfect sriracha deviled eggs definitely takes the classic deviled eggs recipe to a whole new level!
The combination of the delicious, shredded parmesan with the tanginess of the sriracha, makes these spicy deviled eggs drool worthy! (Not kidding here…)
I’ll also share in the tips below how to make these simple deviled eggs recipe swoon-worthy and ready for pictures!
This post will go over everything you need to know to create these sriracha deviled eggs.
Recipe difficulty: Beginner to ALMOST intermediate (Nothing to worry about, just follow the tips below!)
Yummy and addicting! Once you make these sriracha deviled eggs, it will be hard not to finish the whole batch! While mixing the different seasoning and sauces will totally be easy, most of the work will come from piping the beautiful filling (if you decide) and not overboiling the eggs!
Sam’s Pro Tips for these Sriracha Deviled Eggs with Shredded Parmesan
The Best Way to Make Hard-Boiled Eggs
- Use the Instant Pot to hard-boil those eggs! No joke, my most successful hard-boiled eggs have come from the Instant Pot! I’m talking creamy, NOT RUBBERY, soft eggs that are super easy to peel! No need to keep an eye on the stove or struggle peeling the eggs as these hard-boiled eggs are perfectly cooked. All you need to do is put 6 eggs in the rack above a cup of water then cook on HIGH for 5 minutes. Do a natural release of the Instant Pot in 5 minutes and finish by putting your eggs in an ice bath.
- How can I cook my eggs if I don’t have an Instant Pot? Alright this is the hard way! Place the six eggs in a large saucepan with cold water and make sure to cover the eggs by an inch. Cover the eggs and bring to a boil. Once it boils, remove the pan from the heat and let the eggs sit in the water for 15 minutes. Finish by putting the eggs in an ice bath until cooled.
The Perfect Filling
- Peel the eggs under running water! This is the easiest way to remove the shells! Be very careful while peeling the shell so that you don’t dent or peel away some of the egg. No one wants a deviled egg that looks like someone stuck a finger through it!
- Use a food processor or immersion blender to get a creamy filling. This is the secret sauce for the best filling! For an ultra-luscious, creamy filling, put the yolks in a food processor or immersion blender with the other ingredients for a LUMP-FREE filling. I’m talking smooth and rich for the best deviled eggs recipe ever!
Party Perfect Deviled Eggs
- Wipe the egg whites with a paper towel after removing the yolk. Once you remove the egg yolks, clean off any residue on the egg whites with a paper towel. This will be the easiest point to clean the eggs to make it look party ready before you put the filling. Be sure to pat dry the eggs to remove any moisture.
- Get the deviled eggs party perfect! This is totally optional, but highly recommended for a beautiful finish to these sriracha deviled eggs! So, you can spoon the filling into the egg whites, but why not spice it up a bit! I used the Wilton 4B tip to pipe the filling into the egg white. Simply put the tip on a piping bag, fill it up, and circle the tip around the center stopping in the middle and pushing down. An easier way to think of this is to make a SPIRAL, starting in the center, and coming back to the middle to push down.
Key Ingredients – Sriracha Deviled Eggs with Shredded Parmesan
Below are some key and optional ingredients for this recipe:
- Hard-boiled eggs: Start on the right foot by cooking these hard-boiled eggs perfectly! Make sure to read my Tips section above on how I get the softest hard-boiled eggs ever!
- Mayonnaise: The basics to how to make deviled eggs! I’m not a stickler for a specific brand as once the sriracha is added in with the seasoning, it gives a zesty flavor.
- Sriracha: Two tablespoons will be added to create a spicy filling sure to make these deviled eggs pop!
- Dijon mustard: Upgrade your yellow mustard to this creamy Dijon mustard! If you’ve seen our Nutritious Honey Baked Salmon with Dijon Mustard Recipe, you know we love using the French’s Dijon Mustard with Chardonnay.
- Cayenne pepper: Feel free to adjust, but a ¼ teaspoon gives the best combination! Your guests will definitely remember this!
- Paprika: Add to the rich, zesty flavor with a dash of paprika which further gives a lovely red tint to the yolk filling.
Don’t Forget the Parmesan Cheese!
- Shredded parmesan: Try to get a good-quality, aged parmesan cheese to totally turn these sriracha deviled eggs gourmet! The parmesan cheese mixed with the spicy filling is SUPER ADDICITNG and will have you hooked!
- Chives: Throw some finely diced chives on top of these sriracha deviled eggs for the colors to pop and add some yummy greens!
More Variations to these Sriracha Deviled Eggs with Shredded Parmesan
There are a few ways you can variate these sriracha deviled eggs. Here’s how:
- Bacon anyone? Make these sriracha deviled eggs with bacon! Drooling yet? Add some diced bacon on top of the yolk filling and finish with the shredded parmesan. Oh, my goodness, these deviled eggs will be gone quick!
- What can I pair with this dish? Pair these sriracha deviled eggs with some finger food! Our Stovetop Honey Soy Chicken Wings with Ginger will be great on the side or our 5-Step Easy Garlic Baked French Fries Recipe. Make sure you don’t skip out on dessert with our eye-popping No-Fail Carrot Cake Pops Recipe Perfect for Any Beginner or our Classy Chocolate Mousse with Grand Marnier to Indulge In. Either of these options will totally compliment your party table!
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Frequently Asked Questions
How long do you boil an egg?
Cover the eggs with water in a saucepan and bring to a boil. Once it boils, remove the pan from the heat and let the eggs sit in the water for 15 minutes. Finish by putting the eggs in an ice bath until cooled.
How far in advance should you make deviled eggs?
Try to make these sriracha deviled eggs as close to the date as possible for optimal freshness. If not, boil the eggs 2 days in advance and keep the prepared filling and egg whites separate in an airtight container.
What goes well with deviled eggs?
Finger food always goes great with deviled eggs. Give garlic French fries a try or hot wings!