Deviled Eggs with a Flair

Deviled Eggs with Flair
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  • Ingredients
    12 large hard-boiled EGGS, peeled
    4 oz. soft goat cheese, at room temperature
    1/3 cup mayonnaise
    3 tbsp. minced gherkins OR cornichons
    1 tbsp. Sriracha sauce
    2 tsp. Dijon mustard
    1/2 tsp. garlic salt
    1/4 tsp. onion powder
    2 oz. prosciutto, chopped into small pieces
    2 tsp. chopped fresh chives

    Yields: 12 servings

  • Nutritional Information

    Per serving: 1/12 Recipe

    Calories: 159

    Total fat: 13 g
    Saturated fat: 4 g
    Polyunsaturated fat: 4 g
    Monounsaturated fat: 3 g

    Cholesterol: 200 mg
    Sodium: 363 mg
    Carbohydrates: 1 g
    Fiber: 0 g
    Sugar: 1 g
    Protein: 10 g
    Vitamin A: 121 mcg
    Vitamin D: 1 mcg
    Folate: 25 mcg
    Choline: 150 mg
    Calcium: 71 mg
    Iron: 1 mg
    Potassium: 84 mg

    This recipe is an excellent source of choline, and a good source of vitamin A and protein.


  1. SLICE eggs lengthwise in half. REMOVE yolks; place in medium bowl.

  2. ADD goat cheese, mayonnaise, gherkins, Sriracha sauce, mustard, garlic salt and onion powder. MASH until well blended.

  3. DIVIDE yolk mixture evenly between egg whites.

  4. SPRINKLE top of each filled egg white with some of the prosciutto and chives before serving.

Insider Info

  • Very fresh eggs can be difficult to peel. To ensure easily peeled eggs, buy and refrigerate them a week to 10 days in advance of cooking. This brief “breather” allows the eggs time to take in air, which helps separate the membranes from the shell.
  • To hard-boil eggs: PLACE eggs in saucepan large enough to hold them in single layer. ADD cold water to cover eggs by 1 inch. HEAT over high heat just to boiling. REMOVE from burner. COVER pan. LET EGGS STAND in hot water about 15 minutes for large eggs (12 minutes for medium eggs; 18 minutes for extra-large) COOL completely under cold running water and peel.
  • Hard-boiled eggs are easiest to peel right after cooling. Cooling causes the egg to contract slightly in the shell.