Fried Deviled Eggs

 Fried Deviled Eggs

Deviled Eggs were a staple for my family while I was growing up. Whether my Mom or Grandmother's were making them, I was eating as many as they would let me. 

Deep Fried Deviled Eggs is a twist on a southern classic. This is one of the most delicious recipes on Not only do we deep fry the eggs, but we also add pickled jalapeños and a touch of hot sauce. Don't worry, these do not come out "hot" or too spicy. 

Pro Tip: These do not store well as they get soggy. Not that there will be any leftover. :)

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  • 6 extra large eggs
  • 2 T mayonnaise
  • 2 T dijon mustard
  • 2 T finely diced pickled jalapeños (sub pickles)
  • 1 T hot sauce (optional)


  • Meat Church Chicken Fried Breading (sub seasoned flour seasoned with Meat Church Honey Hog)
  • 4 eggs beaten
  • 1 C flour
  • 1 C panko breading
  • 2 T freshly grated parmesan (optional)


  • 1 T cooked bacon, finely chopped
  • 1T finely diced chives


  • Cooking oil. We prefer peanut.

    Hard boil the eggs
    Place the eggs in a medium pot. Cover with water by 1 inch. Bring to a boil. Reduce heat to a simmer for 12 minutes.

    Remove the eggs from the water and submerge in an ice batch for 10 minutes. which will help peeling. Remove and peel. 

    hard boil eggs

    Prepare the filling
    Slice the eggs in half. Remove the yolks with a spoon and place into a medium bowl. Set the egg whites in the refrigerator.

    Add the mayonnaise, mustard and pickled jalapeños into the bowl. Combine and mix thoroughly.

    deviled eggs

    Transfer to a piping or ziplock bag.

    Dredge the egg whites 
    Setup a dredge station with three bowls. 

    1.) Seasoned Flour
    2.) Egg Wash
    3.) Panko + Parm


    Individually dredge each cooked egg into the flour.

    deep fried deviled egg

    Then transfer to the egg wash, coating thoroughly and letting the excess run off. Then coat it in the panko and parmesan mixture ensuring 100% of the egg is coated.

    fried deviled eggs

    Prepare the oil & fry the eggs
    Fill a cooking pot half way with oil. Heat to 350. 

    Lower the eggs into the oil. Cook until golden brown which is typically 90 - 120 seconds. 

    fried deviled eggs

    Remove the eggs with a spider.

    fried deviled eggs

    Place on a wire rack to drain and cool. 

    deviled eggs

    Finish the eggs
    Pipe the filling into the fried eggs.

    Deviled Eggs

    Garnish with seasoning, bacon and chives. Enjoy!

     Deep Fried Deviled Eggs


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