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6.26.2008

Wasabi Deviled Eggs


This week I have been running to China town after work in search of some items. I am participating in Jadens Steamy Kitchens recipe testing for her new book. How exciting it is!Certain Someone is all for it as he loves Asian food. Don't know how many I will get through but what an innovative way to create a book. Jaden is a trail blazer. She says we can send our friends over to participate but please dont reveal her recipes. But look at some of the tasty things I have made so far.


All that aside I picked up some Japanese Mayonnaise. I have read about this from time to time and thought now was my chance to try it. People go crazy over it. Its made with rice vinegar rather than distilled. Certain Someone loves Mayo on his fries. He actually prefers Miracle Whip( if you want to call that Mayonnaise). I'm a little more quirky. Anyway its so hot and hes been coming home later. With weather like this I just like to nibble. He wants his meal. So yesterday I made some deviled eggs. Immediately I thought this needs some spice. So the next day I purchased a tube of Wasabi to add to the Japanese Mayo. Presto. I found perhaps I wasn't so original as there are many recipes out there. I finished the deviled eggs with some salt blends I was trying from Jaden. Perfection.
Wasabi Deviled Eggs
4 hard boiled eggs
Prepared wasabi paste to taste
approx 2 tablespoons of Kwepi Japanese Mayonnaise
Slice eggs length wise. Carefully hollow out yolks. In a separate bowl mix the yolks, mayo, and wasabi paste to your taste. You can either pipe in the filling or just re scoop back into solid egg white hole. Garnish with wasabi powder or a finishing salt.Chill in the refrigerator and serve.

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27 comments:

marias23 said...

Yum-my! I'm totally with you on the whole nibbling thing when the weather gets hot :)

By the way, those wings look to die for! I can't wait for your post on that!

Renee said...

I love deviled-eggs. It reminds me of picnic's and 4th of July growing up. I love the idea of WASABI!! I must try it!

Ilva said...

thanks for the Wasabi idea, now I have to experiment with it!

Rosa's Yummy Yums said...

I love the flavor of wasabi and I find your idea great! Those eggs sure taste wonderful!

Cheers,

Rosa

TeachGirl said...

This looks good. I have to agree with CS, Asian food is really great. I'll definitely try the Japanese mayo.

Rose&Thorn said...

I just know I am going to love these. When the devil is wasabi, what can go wrong?

joanne at frutto della passione said...

Would you believe that when I serve deviled eggs here as appetizers at dinner parties my Italian guests are amazed by and go nuts for them?
Now if I served them these my reputation would soar! Great idea.

nyc/caribbean ragazza said...

Yum! I really like your presentation of zee eggs. Very nice.

Mary said...

Your eggs look delicious. I would have never thought to add wasabi to them. How brilliant! I love the spoons too.

Dagmar - A Cat in the Kitchen said...

Beautiful presenatation!

I love Wasabi but I never thought about combining it with eggs! I'll will surely try this.

Peter M said...

Courtney, ya knocked this out of the park! I love wasabi, devilled eggs and special mention goes for those funky spoons!

Dharm said...

Those spoons are just lovely!!!! I love devilled eggs and I love wasabi too. This sounds like such a great combination!

Nikki Miller-Ka said...

Your eggs are beautiful. You submitted that photo to the new photo sites out there, right?

It's something about describing and talking about eggs that makes me feel the slightest bit dirty. I was told never to ask a storekeeper if he "had any eggs" in Spanish. It's somewhat of an insult.

You eggs are not the least bit insulting. They're beautiful. And spicy. Mmmm...

JennDZ - The Leftover Queen said...

Those eggs look great! I just love deviled anything! ;)

Deborah said...

I actually have a tube of wasabi at home that I bought for something else and then forgot what I was going to use it in! My husband loves wasabi, so I bet he'd LOVE these!

Maryann said...

I'd love these eggs! Perfecto!

Megan said...

How fun to be a tester for Jaden.
Wasabi deviled eggs, I would of never thought of that. Sounds like a must try!

giz said...

You've been one busy lady. I'm a wasabi fanatic and I'm seriously in love with those spoons.

Heather said...

I, like Japan, love Kewpi mayo. I also love deviled eggs! I put curry in mine once and my mother in law looked at me like I had two heads. But I really think they benefit from a little spicy kick (besides just paprika!). :)

Proud Italian Cook said...

I like your eggs and wasabi, but I want those spoons!!

Swati: Sugarcraft India said...

They look so pretty Glamah..Lovely recipe!!

Lore said...

How exciting! These devil eggs look splendid

Susan said...

A quick and snappy summer dish! Dig those spoons!

Jen of A2eatwrite said...

I'm going to have to make these for D. He's the wasabi king! They look perfect for a summer's tapas-type dinner.

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Shelly said...

oh my gosh...your blog is fantastic! I was browsing blogs via the foodie blog roll and came across yours! I can only aspire to get my foodie blog to such greatness! Excellent blog!

Cakespy said...

Wow--I usually don't like deviled eggs at all, so it should say a lot that this version has me intrigued! :-) I think the wasabi might liven them up for me.