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Deviled Eggs

BordelloBordello Posts: 5,926
edited 8:33PM in EggHead Forum
I believe I saw a post the other day about smoking deviled eggs, I looked for but could not find it. Do you prepare the eggs like normal (as if they are ready to eat, mayonnaise and whatever mixed with the yolks and put back in eggs) and then smoke them or ???????????????????? Thanks for any help from the eggsperts.
New Bob


  • JJJJ Posts: 951
    New Bob,
    Try this link

    [ul][li]Deviled Eggs ala Reg[/ul]
  • BordelloBordello Posts: 5,926
    Thanks JJ, I will be printing it out shortly. You eggsperts are great, I will toast one to you later.
    New Bob

  • WessBWessB Posts: 6,937
    New Bob,
    Those Eggs were a big hit with the family with T day dinner..the only prob I had was keeping the temp below 200°..I started with very little lump and it still tried to get up to 225°..keep your fire very small..good luck..and Thanks to Reg for sharing it..[p]Wess

  • BordelloBordello Posts: 5,926
    Thanks, I tried a couple eggs yesterday on the mini and had the same problem. I had to laugh, a couple of days ago someone had trouble peeling eggs, I have never had that problem until trying a new method I got off a google search and tried. (at least the new method gave me golden yellow yolks rather then gray ones) Boiled up a new batch last night and will try to smoke them in Mr. Large today.
    Happy Egg-n
    New Bob

  • WessBWessB Posts: 6,937
    I started with a small pile in the center and had other coals spread around the edges, to kinda scoot in as needed..but it seemed like the fire kept spreading..I stayed around 150° for a good while..probly because all the ceramic hadn`t heated up yet..I also had this on a plate setter..but it "seemed" like once it hit 200° it was a challenge to get it down...even reached in and spread the burning coals around a bit to slow down what was burning...the entire cook probly averaged 175° with a max of 225° briefly..the eggs were not rubbery so I assume it went well..could use less lump next time and would imagine control a lower temp....ahhhhh, lessons learned !![p]Wess

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