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Curried Deviled Eggs ~ #IncredibleBecause


Learn how eggs are not only the go-to breakfast food, but can be used for any meal. I've partnered with the American Egg Board to show you how.


Before I go into my recipe and why I love eggs, I want to share with you the American Egg Board You're Incredible Because… contest. This contest aims to inspire others to share why their kids, friends and classmates are incredible and calls for stories of incredible kids from all across the country in an effort to celebrate back to school. Entering the contest is as easy as submitting a photo or video to the Incredible Egg’s Facebook contest posts, or your own Twitter or Instagram along with a caption explaining why the kid in your life is incredible. Posts using the hashtags #IncredibleBecause and #Contest to be considered contest entries and are eligible for the grand prize and weekly prizes.


Now, I'm going to have to submit a photo of my very own princess not because she has DONE something incredible but due to the fact that she IS incredible. Don't let her photos on the blog intimidate you. She's almost always smiling, when not taking photos of course. Madison can brighten anyone's day and I sometimes tell others that I don't think she's my child. She's very friendly and outgoing and lightens up the room. Her vivacity is something to be admired and also one of the reasons why I love her so much.

Now why do I love eggs? If you're new here, I grew up in the Caribbean, on the beautiful island of St. Vincent and the Grenadines. My family was very self-sufficient. My parents planted their fruits and veggies and the only things we bought were of course the items that we couldn't make ourselves, such as rice and sugar etc. My dad kept a chicken coop in the backyard complete with hens and a rooster. Every morning I would wake up and we would get fresh eggs for our breakfast, however, those eggs would also be used to bake fresh bread and cakes. I had no idea at the time all the nutritional benefits that eggs gave to me, I just knew that it tasted delicious.


Fast forward to today. I'm now a mother with my own children ages 5 - 21, and we still eat eggs. While we don't have a chicken coop in our backyard, I pick up my eggs at my local supermarket, wholesale club or commissary, and I always make sure that I have them in stock in my refrigerator. Eggs are not only the go-to breakfast for my family, but they're also the perfect snack and a great addition to lunch or dinner on busy weekday nights. Research has also shown that eating high-quality protein foods for breakfast, like eggs, can help you and your family feel more energized and satisfied throughout the day.

Did you know? 


  • Eggs are a nutritional powerhouse, with one large egg containing 6 grams of high-quality protein and nine essential amino acids, all for 70 calories.
  • Don’t toss the yolk! Yolks contain most of the egg’s nutrients like vitamin D, vitamin B12, selenium and more than 40 percent of the protein in an egg. The yolk also provides fat-soluble nutrients like vitamin D, E, A, choline and the carotenoids, lutein and zeaxanthin.
Now that my kids are back in school, snack time before meals and homework are important. My kids are just like me and love eating eggs as well. I love to infuse my Caribbean flavor into most of my dishes. I just love making curried everything and my curried deviled eggs recipe takes less than 30 minutes to make, is delicious and can also be used as an egg salad for sandwiches as well.

Curried Deviled Eggs

What you'll need:

6 large eggs
¾ tablespoon curry powder
¼ cup mayonnaise
1 ½ teaspoon fresh lemon juice
Salt and pepper to taste
Paprika for garnish
Finely chopped chives for garnish

Directions:

Step 1: Place eggs in a pot of cold water on high heat and bring to a boil for about 15 minutes. Once your eggs have boiled for the required amount of minutes, turn off your stove and let the pan stay on the burner for about 10 minutes. Remove, then place under cold running water. This is by far one of the easiest way to remove the eggs from the shell, perfectly.

Step 2: In a bowl, mix your mayonnaise, curry powder, lemon juice, salt and pepper together.

Step 3: Slice your eggs in half from tip to bottom and gently remove the yolks.

Step 4: Place your yolks in your mayonnaise and curry mixture. With a fork, smash the yolk until you have the texture you want. I personally don't like my yolks too smooth. Taste and season with additional salt and pepper if so desired.

Step 5: You can now scoop your mixture into your egg whites. I personally used a ziploc bag, and snipped the ends to enable me to pipe the mixture into the egg whites a lot easier.

Step 6: Refrigerate until you're ready to serve. You can then garnish with your paprika and chives.


Now that you have my delicious curried deviled eggs recipe, go out and make your own. Also, don't forget to enter the “You're Incredible Contest” with your own incredible kid!

Annmarie John
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  1. Wow, you just brought me back as my grandmother used to make deviled eggs all the time when I was a kid. I am not sure the last time though I have had them as she has been deceased for quite a few years. But may need to try your recipe out now. Thanks for sharing ;)

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  2. I've never been a fan of eggs, it's the yolk that turns me away. But this doesn't keep me from making them. My family loves eggs, and they would love this.

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  3. I can't wait to make these! I love deviled eggs. I can't wait to try this variation. I think curry is a great twist.

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  4. These look amazing! I would love to make these for a party. This is a combo I've never thought of!

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  5. Now this is an awesome way to cook eggs. We do like having deviled eggs for special occasions and these would be fun! I haven't used curry and lemon juice in them before!

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  6. I love eggs! From my head down to my legs haha! I have a scrabbled egg with cheese most mornings for breakfast. I also love stuffed eggs. I add a green olive to the top of mine :)

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  7. Deviled eggs are one of my favorite ways to eat eggs. I don't believe I've ever tried them curried before, so I am excited to try your recipe soon! Looks so good!

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  8. I love devilled eggs. I went through a stage where I ate them at least once a day for awhile haha. They are so good! Can't wait to try this curried version - yum!

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  9. I love pretty much every deviled egg I've ever met. These curried deviled eggs sound right up my alley.

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  10. I love, love, LOVE deviled eggs. I have never thought of having curried devil eggs, but I am definitely bookmarking your recipe in my "Gotta Try" folder. Makes me want to throw a party just so I can make them!

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  11. I love deviled eggs. They are one of my absolute favorites. I think I need to make a batch up.

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  12. Deviled eggs are so darn good. I haven't made deviled eggs in so long and these are making my mouth water.

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  13. These look so good. I was literally just talking about how I was excited to go home for Christmas to eat my mom's deviled eggs. I love them!

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  14. I am a deviled egg fanatic. I love them any way I can get them, even the rubbery ones from the supermarket deli. I'll be sure and try these out!

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  15. I love deviled eggs but never had them like this! I need to try them at my next party

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  16. My kids aren't big fans of deviled eggs, though they make appearances at every holiday. They love hard boiled eggs and we have started to put them in their lunches for school.

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  17. This sounds a unique but delicious deviled eggs recipe. The curry powder would be an interesting twist to the taste. Love this healthy, yummy treat. I am going to try making them tomorrow.

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  18. I absolutely love deviled eggs! My favorite appetizer for family outings to make! Never made curried deviled eggs so I'd love to taste this flavor!

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  19. I am a huge fan of deviled eggs, I love the classic ones but I think I should make this version. These look so delicious!

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  20. They're gorgeous! And no lie - this is my favorite food ever. I once bought a whole book on deviled eggs. I have never tried with curry powder, though!
    Also, your princess is so beautiful!

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  21. I love eggs as well. You're so lucky that you got the chance to enjoy fresh eggs when you were a child. That's awesome. This recipe is a must try! I love that you added curry, I'm sure the flavor is amazing!

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  22. This looks incredible. I love to cook, but have never made deviled eggs. As I am now on a low carb diet, this is a perfect recipe to add to my list of things to make. Thanks for sharing.

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  23. When I was a kid we had a babysitter that made the best deviled eggs. I've been obsessed with them ever since. I tend to stick to the tradition recipe but I do love trying new flavors so can't to give this a taste.

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  24. MY husband eats eggs every morning. I wish I could stomach them more because of how nutritional they are.

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  25. You have such a gorgeous little girl. I would have chosen my own little princess as well.

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  26. I have never tried a curried version of these. It sounds absolutely delish!

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  27. This looks yummy! I love deviled eggs and I'm going to try this recipe. Perfect to small party!

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  28. These are going to be perfect of our barbecues this weekend! They sound like such an upgrade to the boring deviled eggs I normally make.

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  29. Deviled eggs are my favorite! I am so making these this weekend!

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  30. Your daughter is so beautiful! I love deviled eggs and definitely want to make some this weekend!

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  31. We love deviled eggs in our home. This is a delicious spin on the original, I need to try it for my family.

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  32. Oh my gosh, talk about talking deviled eggs to another level! These look amazing!

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