Instant Pot Deviled Eggs
Deviled eggs are a must-have side dish at any holiday party or get-together. Using the Instant Pot to “hard boil” the eggs perfectly every time makes deviled eggs a breeze. You can even use farm-fresh brown eggs that are notoriously hard to peel. The best part of using the Instant Pot to hard boil eggs is, it doesn’t matter if you are using white eggs from the grocery store or day-old brown eggs from your backyard chickens. You’ll get the same consistent results if your cooking 6 eggs or 24 eggs. Eggs come out perfect using the Instant Pot and the 5-5-5 method.
Instant Pot Deviled Eggs 5-5-5
You will need:
- Instant Pot (this one is my favorite)
- Steamer basket like this one, read more about it here
- Bean masher or fork
- Mixing bowl
- One dozen eggs
- Quality mayo (Primal Kitchen)
- Sea salt
- Black pepper
- Granulated garlic
- Dill pickle finely diced or 1 Tbs. dill relish
- Dijon mustard
- Green Onions
Easy Instant Pot Hard Boiled Eggs
If you are new to Instant Pot cooking you have probably heard eggs are one of the easiest things to cook as a beginner, but even as a veteran user I can say Instant Pot hard-boiled eggs are easy and so versatile. Hard-boiled eggs make a great snack, egg salad for a quick lunch, and of course classic holiday side dish deviled eggs.
How Long Do You Pressure Cook Eggs For Deviled Eggs?
One of the most popular cooking methods for hard boiling is called the 5-5-5 method. All this really means is you cook the eggs for 5 minutes, let the pressure naturally release for 5 minutes, and then place them in an ice-water bath for 5 minutes before peeling. Depending on how you like your eggs you may change this to a 4-4-4 or 6-6-6, but I have found that the 5-5-5 method works perfectly for me and my farm-fresh eggs.
How To Make Classic Deviled Eggs
First, cut the eggs in half lengthwise and carefully spoon or squeeze the yolks out into a separate bowl. Next, add all of the filling ingredients except paprika and green onions to the bowl with the yolks and using a fork or bean masher to combine all ingredients. Using a spoon, fill each halved egg white with the yolk mixture. If desired sprinkle with paprika and green onions.
Can You Make Deviled Eggs In Advance?
These can be made 24 hours in advance. To keep, cover with plastic wrap or store in Tupperware container and store in the refrigerator until your ready to serve. Bring these Instant Pot Deviled Eggs to your next holiday party or serve alongside your Thanksgiving or Christmas dinner.
For a twist on the classic Deviled Eggs Recipes add a few drops of your favorite hot sauce Siracha to spice them. Add a few pieces of cooked chopped bacon to the filling mixture for some texture and crunch, or try swapping out Dijon mustard for yellow mustard.
A simple holiday side dish made easily in the Instant Pot using the 5-5-5 method.
- One dozen eggs
- 1/3 cup quality mayo
- 1/2 tsp. sea salt
- 1/2 tsp. black pepper
- 1/2 tsp. granulated garlic
- 1 dill pickle finely diced or 1 Tbs. dill relish
- 1 tsp. dijon mustard
- Optional Toppings:
- Green Onions
- 1-Cook eggs in the Instant Pot using the 5-5-5 method
- 2-Peel eggs
- 3-Cut eggs in half lengthwise
- 4-Carefully spoon or squeeze the egg yolks out into a separate bowl.
- 5-Add all of the filling ingredients to the bowl except (paprika and green onions) with the yolks 6-Using a fork or bean masher combine yolks mixture until you have a mostly smooth consistency.
- 7-Using a spoon, fill each halved egg with filling mixture
- 8-Sprinkle with paprika and green onions if desired
These can be made 24 hours in advance. Store them cover with plastic wrap or in a Tupperware container in the refrigerator until you are ready to serve.
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Amount Per Serving: Calories: 58Total Fat: 5gSaturated Fat: 1gTrans Fat: 0gUnsaturated Fat: 3gCholesterol: 94mgSodium: 126mgCarbohydrates: 0gFiber: 0gSugar: 0gProtein: 3g
Nutrition information is an estimate.