This one started off as an experiment, but totally turned into a winner. And after I made these, I found through Google that I’m not the first one to have this same thought, but the recipe is unique and a definite winner! I’m talking Drunken Deviled Eggs, based on the flavors of my favorite Thai dish, Drunken Noodles.
Ingredients & Equipment used:
|Hand Mixer||Knife||Serving Platter|
|GF Oyster Sauce||Avocado Oil||Chili Garlic Sauce|
I made this recipe and it was super well received.
As someone with back yard chickens, I often have more eggs than we know what to do with. I often end up making deviled eggs for social events and was excited for a twist on the traditional recipe.
Regarding the comments where people are concerned it is complicated/demanding, making the marinade was easy (used mason jars) and the filling took no longer than normal deviled eggs.
The toppings on the eggs are really what made it quite special. Don’t skip the lime and basil.
Thanks for sharing C and J.
I love your cooking style and all of your recipes! Maybe you should post a disclaimer- If you subscribe to BonAppetit, by all means, continue; if you read Sandra Lee’s semi-homemade cookbooks- turn back now.
Your dishes always look amazing. How about a series of 5 ingredients or less for the culinary challenged like me =D !
A lot of work but they sure look good!
I have had fish sauce in the past and I don’t love it… too “fishy” ;). Is the flavor of it very strong in this recipe? I am dying to test it out but I would not enjoy it if the fish taste was very strong.
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