If deviled eggs are what you craved, but you’re not sure which recipe to make, it can be a little overwhelming. After all, there are so many different styles and flavors to choose from.
But don’t worry! It’s actually pretty easy to make your own deviled eggs at home. All you need is some basic cooking skills, a little patience, and a few simple ingredients.
This recipe for bacon and kimchi deviled eggs is perfect if you love the combination of bacon and kimchi. It’s also a great way to use up some leftover bacon.
And since they’re made with hard-boiled eggs, they’re easy to make in advance and store in the fridge until you’re ready to serve them.
Bacon and Kimchi Deviled Eggs
- 3 eggs, hard boiled
- 1 tbsp mayonnaise
- 1 tbsp kimchi, chopped
- 1 tbsp bacon bits
- 1/2 tsp light soy sauce
- 2 tsp spring onions, chopped
- 1 tsp toasted sesame seeds
- 1) Peel eggs and cut them in half. Separate yolks from the whites.
- 2) Combine egg yolks, mayonnaise, kimchi, bacon bits, soy sauce, and spring onions in a bowl. Mix until well combined.
- 3) Spoon mixture into egg white halves.
- 4) Garnish with spring onions and sesame seeds.
It’s a deviled egg, but with bacon and kimchi. What could be better?
These deviled eggs are perfect for brunch or as a side dish for dinner. They’re also great for potlucks and parties because they’re portable and easy to eat with one hand.
The kimchi gives them a unique flavor that’s great for snacking. You can use any kind of kimchi that you like, though we recommend homemade.
And you can use regular store-bought bacon if you don’t have time to make it yourself. This recipe is super easy to make, so don’t be intimidated!
Bacon and kimchi pair really well together. This recipe plays around with that pairing by using bacon as the base for deviled eggs.
Why Eggs on Keto
Eggs are a source of protein that is incredibly beneficial to one’s health.
Eggs are considered to be keto-friendly foods because a big egg has less than 1 gram of carbohydrates and approximately 6 grams of protein.
In addition, studies have shown that eating eggs can cause the release of hormones that contribute to a greater sense of fullness.
Since the yolk contains the majority of an egg’s nutrients, it is crucial to consume whole eggs rather than only the egg whites of an egg. This includes the antioxidants lutein and zeaxanthin, which guard against damage to the eye’s macula.
Despite the fact that egg yolks are heavy in cholesterol, it does not appear that eating them will raise your chance of developing cardiovascular disease.