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Curried Deviled Eggs Recipe

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Curried Deviled Eggs are the bright tasting flavor surprise you are waiting to try if you are an egg lover like me. I spent my childhood in Indiana filled with my grandmother’s deviled eggs at every family party. This makes me a bit of a deviled egg aficionado. We made them Hoosier style – sweet – and filled with mustard and mayonnaise. Having come from midwestern Deviled Egg Heaven, most any deviled egg will not do.

Curry is Anti-Inflammatory

Many experts speak to the anti-inflammatory health benefits of curry. Many ingredients of curry can be healthy, but turmeric – a major ingredient in yellow curry – features curcumin. Curry studies have shown suppression of some cancer cells, including lung, colon, breast, ovarian, prostate, and bladder cancer. My concern is that we do not have a substantive detail on HOW MUCH curry is good for you. What is the exact dose of curry? There is currently not a unified agreement amongst medical professionals. With this in mind, cooking with curry seems a great choice, but dosing yourself up with high doses would not be recommended.

Curry comes in many flavor profiles. My favorite for curried deviled eggs is a yellow curry; full of flavor, but not very hot. It adds a touch of yum without the burn-your-mouth after taste. If you prefer green curry or any other level of hotness, you can add that to this recipe as well. It is all up to you!

Soy-Free Mayo in Curried Deviled Eggs

Eating an anti-inflammatory diet means removing the soy that you normally find in mayonnaise and changing it up with a soy-free product. Mayonnaise is not a healthy fat overall, but I feel comfortable OCCASIONALLY dropping it into my food plan. I use my favorite soy-free mayo when making Curried Deviled Eggs. Delicious and without the soy-trigger I get with traditional mayo.

If you don’t have time to hard boil eggs, not to worry, purchase organic pre-cooked at almost any big grocery store. If there are any leftovers of this delicious snack, reserve it for the next day — mash the eggs up and use as “curried egg salad” on lettuce for lunch. Awesome!

Curried Deviled Eggs Recipe
Curried Deviled Eggs Recipe

Curried Deviled Eggs Recipe

Shawna Coronado
Learn how to make curried deviled eggs. These are a delicious variation of the traditional deviled egg recipe.
Servings 3
Calories 1518 kcal


  • 12 hard-boiled eggs, cooled and sliced in half
  • 6 Tbsp soy-free mayonnaise
  • 1 Tbsp apple cider vinegar
  • 2 tsp Dijon mustard
  • 1 tsp curry powder (or more if you prefer)
  • Salt and pepper to taste
  • Cherry tomatoes, chopped fresh cilantro or Italian parsley for garnish


  • Separate eggs from yolks
  • Reserve both eggs and yolks in separate bowls
  • Mix mayo, vinegar, mustard, curry, salt and pepper together in small bowl
  • Mix mayo, vinegar, mustard, curry, salt and pepper together in small bowl
  • Add yolks to bowl of dressing ingredients, mash and stir together until smooth, let rest covered 20 minutes
  • Place hard-boiled whites on tray facing up
  • Put the egg yolks in the whites with a spoon – be sloppy – no need to be neat. If you feel fancy, fill a piping bag with yolk mixture and fill the whites with fancy twirls
  • Garnish with tomatoes or fresh herbs
  • Store in refrigerator until ready to serve

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