Sriracha Deviled Eggs

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I have this sneaking suspicion that a week from now a lot of people will have a ton of hard boiled eggs on their hands and no idea what to do with them. While I do love a good old fashioned hard boiled egg, why not do something a little more fun? Like, say, Sriracha Deviled Eggs!

Five Sriracha Deviled Eggs with a bottle of Sriracha, one deviled egg with a face drawn on it like a devil

A reader recently suggested that I try making Sriracha deviled Eggs and I’ve been patiently waiting for “hard-boiled egg season” (aka Easter) ever since. Egg and Sriracha might be my absolute favorite Sriracha pairing. Something about those creamy yolks with the spicy and tangy sauce is just heaven. So, I was all about trying Sriracha Deviled Eggs. My first attempt got complicated and flavors got muddled, so in the end I kept them simple with a little mayo, garlic powder, and smoked paprika, and called it a day. And guess what? They’re to die for. Just be careful. It’s easy to pop these into your mouth one after another and another and another… Oops!

And for those of you who don’t have a need for deviled eggs (they’re kind of a party food, aren’t they?) I’ve added a bonus Sriracha Egg Salad version at the end of the post. Just mash these devils up and add some sliced green onions for one of the best egg salads you’ve ever tasted!

Looking for a plain deviled egg recipe? Check out my Small Batch Deviled Eggs.

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Sriracha Deviled Eggs

4.69 from 22 votes
Hot and smokey, these Sriracha Deviled Eggs are a spicy twist on the party classic.
Sriracha Deviled Eggs -
Servings 6 (2 egg halves each)
Prep 15 minutes
Cook 25 minutes
Total 40 minutes



  • Place the uncooked eggs in the bottom of a sauce pot so they are laying in a single layer. Add enough cool water to cover the eggs by one inch. Bring the pot up to a boil over high heat without a lid (about 10 minutes). As soon as it reaches a full, rolling boil, turn the heat off and place a lid on top. Let the eggs sit in the hot water bath with the lid in place for 15 minutes.
  • After 15 minutes pour out the hot water and run cool water over top. If you live in an area that has warmish tap water, add ice to the pot to help cool the eggs down. Cooling the eggs down quickly stops the cooking process and prevents the yolks from turning green or greyish-green.
  • After the eggs have cooled significantly (it’s okay if they’re a tad warm), carefully peel away the shells. Cut each egg in half, then scoop the cooked yolks into a bowl.
  • Add the mayonnaise, Sriracha, garlic powder, smoked paprika, and a pinch of salt to the bowl with the yolks. Mash the ingredients together until it forms a fairly smooth paste. Taste and adjust the salt if needed.
  • Spoon or pipe the Sriracha-yolk paste back into the egg whites where the yolks once sat. Garnish with a drizzle of Sriracha if desired. Serve immediately or refrigerate until ready to serve.

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The cooking time listed is for large sized eggs. Any other size will require a shorter or longer cooking time depending on their size.


Serving: 2Egg HalvesCalories: 127.82kcalCarbohydrates: 1.85gProtein: 6.47gFat: 10.25gSodium: 312.35mgFiber: 0.18g
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How to Make Sriracha Deviled Eggs – Step by Step Photos

Eggs in Pot with container of remaining eggs on the side

Start by placing six large eggs in the bottom of a sauce pot. Pick a pot that is small enough so that the eggs won’t be rolling around too much (they may crack), but large enough so that they are laying in a single layer in the bottom of the pot.

Adding water to eggs in pot

Add enough cool water to cover the eggs by one inch.

Bringing water with eggs to a boil on stove top

Bring the pot to a boil over high heat without a lid. Leaving the lid off allows the water to heat up just a bit slower, lowering the possibility of the eggs cracking from a sudden heat change. It should take about ten minutes.

Pot covered with lid to let sit for 15 minutes

Once the pot reaches a full rolling boil, turn the heat off and place a lid on top. Let the eggs sit in the water bath with the lid in place for 15 minutes. Please note: The 15 minute time is just right for cooking LARGE sized eggs that were taken immediately out of the refrigerator (they started cold). If you are using a different size egg or starting with room temperature eggs, 15 minutes may not be “just right” for cooking the yolks all the way through without turning them green.

Ice cubes placed in pot of water and eggs to stop cooking (ice bath)

After the 15 minutes is up, you want to stop the cooking process immediately to prevent the yolks from turning green. To do this, pour out the hot water and let cool water run over the eggs. If you live in an area where the tap water is usually very warm (like here in the south), you may need to add some ice to cool them down. After 5 minutes or so in the ice bath, they’re probably good to go.

Eggs cut in half

Carefully peel the eggs and then cut them in half with a sharp knife.

Egg yolks and spices in mixing bowl

Squeeze the yolks into a bowl and add 3 Tbsp mayonnaise, 2 Tbsp Sriracha, 1/8 tsp garlic powder, 1/4 tsp smoked paprika, and a pinch of salt (1/8 tsp or less).

Mixed Egg Filling in bowl with spoon

Mash these ingredients together until they form a fairly smooth paste. Taste and adjust the salt if needed. 

Filling put in piping bag and filled back into eggs

Spoon the filling back into the eggs, or use a pastry bag with a fancy tip if you want to be extra special.

Eggs placed on plate and drizzled with Siracha

Finish them off with a drizzle of Sriracha, if desired.

Close up of one Sriracha Deviled Egg

Want to make them into a yummy Egg Salad Sammy?

Deviled eggs mashed in bowl to make egg salad

Put all the deviled eggs in a bowl and mash them up with a fork. Slice up a green onion or two and then stir them into the mix. Ta-da!

Egg salad mixture placed on half a piece of bread

Just don’t bring it to work because people will probably hate you for it.

Close up of Sriracha Egg Salad Sandwich, Siracha bottle in the background

Hate you because they’re totally jealous of your delicious sandwich, of course. Not because of the egg smell.

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  1. If you don’t want to be too precious about it, you can just scramble all the ingredients over medium heat in a frying pan and eat with toast for breakfast! Great breakfast option for me today, having eggs and little else in the fridge :)

  2. Great stuff, put some diced pickled beets, cilantro, and smoked paprika on top, and it was a hit at the potluck!

  3. Love them! Thank you. These ere a great alternative to mustard, which I don’t like.  Best deviled eggs if you’re like me! Pairs great with an ale.

  4. Great recipe my friends loved my deviled eggs.
    Friendly tip : Get the Egg Stripper 
    Peels 5 hard boiled eggs under 10 seconds 
    I think their web site is
    Made the peeling process easy

  5. Another winning recipe. I always bring traditional deviled eggs to parties, now I bring traditional AND Sriracha eggs! I never go home with leftovers, so I make two extras to “taste test” at home!

  6. This was the perfect (spicy) twist on deviled eggs! They will be a huge hit on Thanksgiving for sure.