Fried Deviled Eggs

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If you love deviled eggs, you absolutely must take this recipe to the next level by making fried deviled eggs! The creamy filling made with a roasted red pepper cheese blend perfectly contrasts the crispy fried egg whites. These egg whites get their crispy outer layer by being dipped in a gluten-free crumb and fried until a crunchy golden coating is achieved.

Fried Keto Deviled Eggs Ingredients

Fried Deviled Eggs Directions

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Keto Deviled Eggs Recipe

three fried deviled eggs with a creamy orange filling

Crispy, creamy, and perfectly seasoned deviled eggs are delicious to snack on and easy to make! This keto deviled eggs recipe is also gluten-free with ingredients such as hard-boiled eggs, mayonnaise, cream cheese, roasted red peppers, dijon mustard, smoked paprika, almond flour, a beaten egg, and pork panko. These deep fried deviled eggs are the perfect snacking food to bring on a picnic, potluck, or any gathering. But be warned, these keto deviled eggs will disappear fast, so it is best to always bring extra.

a plate with fried hard boiled eggs on it

Best Method to Hard Boil an Egg

As simple as boiling an egg may sound, sometimes the egg is undercooked, overcooked, doesn’t peel well, or the shell cracks while it is boiling. One of the best methods to consistently cook the perfect hard-boiled egg is to use the 5-5-5 method in the Instant Pot. For this method, place the trivet in the liner of the instant pot, add 1 cup of water to the liner, and pile on the eggs. Allow your eggs to pressure cook for 5 minutes, then natural release for 5 minutes, and finally, put the eggs in an ice bath for 5 minutes. In a total of 15 minutes, your eggs will come out flawless with a hard-boiled yolk, and an easy-to-peel shell. With those easy steps, your hard-boiled eggs will be ready to be turned into a fried deviled egg masterpiece.

Fried Coating

The fried coating for these fried deviled eggs is only as good as the ingredients that make the crust. In this gluten-free, keto friendly recipe, the crust is made with almond flour and pork panko. If you are having a difficult time finding pork panko in the grocery stores, you can quickly make some yourself since it is just made out of ground pork rinds.

a platter with deviled eggs on it sprinkled with parsley

Made Ahead

The great part about this keto deviled eggs recipe is that you can make most of the ingredients ahead of time so that if you need to make a meal quickly, you will already have most of the work done. Just make your hard-boiled eggs ahead of time. You can even slice them up and make the filling of your yolk mixture. That way, when you want to make fried deviled eggs, you can just quickly fry the egg whites. You do not want to fry the eggs beforehand because they may get soggy in the refrigerator, and the outer layer won’t be crispy.

Are Deviled Eggs Keto?

Yes! Devils eggs are mainly keto as long as you don’t add any non-keto ingredients to the filling. The most common ingredients for deviled eggs include egg, mayo, and seasoning. These basic ingredients make a delicious deviled egg, and they are perfectly keto-friendly. Since the ingredients are already keto, you don’t have to substitute any common ingredients to make your favorite deviled eggs recipe.

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