Disclosure: This shop has been compensated by Great Day Farms for this curried deviled eggs post.
There are deviled eggs and then there are these Curried Deviled Eggs. It’s one of my fave Thanksgiving appetizers, made in only 30 minutes to resemble a pumpkin. The curry in the filling takes this recipe to the next level. And guess what? They require no cooking at all! Aren’t they cute?
Thanksgiving is synonymous with a fantastic feast… and for those who prepare that important holiday meal, quick and easy dishes truly come in handy.
Our quick Curried Pumpkin Deviled Eggs are all that and more. They are gluten-free, festive, and require no cooking… a fool-proof holiday hit!
We make them with colored hard-boiled eggs filled with a creamy egg yolk filling.
To prepare them, you need Great Day Farms 6-pack Hard Boiled Eggs, vinegar, water, food coloring, mayo, mustard, yellow curry powder, salt and sugar, and thyme.
All the ingredients are available at Walmart, including Great Day Farms Hard Boiled Eggs…
… which come in 2-pack or 6-pack, are a great source of quality protein, and can save you time, energy, and sanity. Yep, that’s right!
The Great Day Farms 2-pack of Hard-Boiled Eggs would be a great on-the-go snack or perfect for your break time at work, a lunch salad topping, or a protein-filled post-workout snack.
While on the other hand, the Great Day Farms 6-pack of Hard-Boiled Eggs would be a great addition to your holiday recipes, salad toppings, meal-prepping, or as a snack for entertaining.
For more info about these hard-boiled eggs, and for more easy and delish recipes like our Curried Pumpkin Deviled Eggs, please visit the Great Day Farms site.
Well, buy a 6-pack to prepare this super cute appetizer and delight your guests.
HOW TO PREPARE CURRIED PUMPKIN DEVILED EGGS
Start by coloring eggs. For this, mix hot water, vinegar, and both yellow and red food coloring in a bowl.
Then, twine hard-boiled eggs like a pumpkin (8 wraps) and place them into the bowl, making sure they are completely submerged.
Let them rest into that mixture for 10-14 minutes. Next, remove them with a slotted spoon, pat dry with paper tower, and gently cut-off twine.
On a cutting board, cut each egg in half (make sure to slice a flat bottom for each half), place yolks in a separate bowl, and prepare filling.
To prepare filling, mash yolks with a fork and stir in mayo, mustard, yellow curry powder, vinegar, salt, sugar, and fresh thyme leaves.
Pipe filling into the pumpkin-like egg shells and garnish as desired. I used rosemary leaves (to resemble pumpkin stalks) and also a dash of curry.
Serve these curried deviled eggs chilled and enjoy!
Could any appetizer be easier and more festive than that?
Facts about Deviled Eggs
Deviled eggs (or devilled eggs, stuffed eggs, dressed eggs, or Russian egg) consists of shelled, boiled eggs that are then sliced in half, and filled with a creamy paste.
Make the paste from mashed egg yolks mixed with mayonnaise, mustard, and other ingredients.
Although popular in America, the birthplace of deviled eggs is Italy, believe it or not!
The origin goes far back as ancient Rome. As you can see, it’s an everlasting (fool-proof) recipe!
Ours has a more festive holiday look, and curry for a super delish kick.
Well, I’m thankful for your readership and support! I hope that you enjoy your Thanksgiving, along with our Pumpkin Deviled Eggs.
Please make them and come for a feedback!
From my family to yours…
TO PIN & ENJOY!
No Cooking Curried Pumpkin Deviled Eggs
- 3 cups hot water (NOT boiling)
- 3 1/2 tbsp white vinegar
- 9 drops red food coloring
- 51 drops yellow food coloring
- 6 Great Day Farms Hard-Boiled Eggs
- 1/4 cup mayonnaise
- 1/4 tsp Dijon mustard
- 1/8 tsp yellow curry powder (or more if desired)
- salt to taste
- 1/2 tsp sugar
- 1/4 tsp fresh thyme (or more if desired)
- Color the eggs: mix hot water, 3 tablespoons of vinegar, and both yellow and red food coloring in a deep bowl.
- Twine hard-boiled eggs like a pumpkin (8 wraps), completely submerge them into the bowl, and let rest in a single layer in that solution for 10-14 minutes.
- Remove eggs with a slotted spoon, pat dry with paper tower, and gently cut-off twine. On a cutting board, cut each egg in half (be sure to also slice off the rounded pointy end so that each egg half will have a flat bottom to rest on). Place yolks into a separate bowl, and prepare filling.
- To prepare filling, mash yolks with a fork and stir in mayo, mustard, yellow curry powder, remaining 1/2 tablespoon of vinegar, salt, sugar, and fresh thyme leaves.
- Pipe filling into the pumpkin-like egg shells and garnish as desired. I garnished mine with rosemary leaves (to resemble pumpkin stalks) and also a dash of curry.
- To color eggs, use a ratio of 1 tablespoon of vinegar per cup of hot water.
- For food safety, keep dyed hard-boiled eggs refrigerated and make sure that they don't sit out for more than two hours.
- For an additional Thanksgiving appetizer, try our Cauliflower Jalapeno Hummus with Cheese and Chorizo served with crudité vegetables or pita chips.