The Fanciest Deviled Eggs

*These Fancy Deviled Eggs are a simple yet decadent treat! The classic appetizer is dressed up with fragrant truffle oil and caviar.*

These Fancy Deviled Eggs - with fragrant truffle oil and caviar - are a simple yet decadent treat! | The Millennial Cook #eggs #deviledeggs #truffle #caviar

Who’s feeling fancy today?? Sometimes, I think it’s fun to pull out all of the stops. Whether that means dressing up in high heels, putting on a bright red lipstick, or taking things up a notch in the kitchen – fancy is fun! In terms of elevated kitchen creations, I’ve got plenty of ideas. Let’s start with bubbly champagne, flourless chocolate torte for dessert, and truffle oil with everything!

These Fancy Deviled Eggs - with fragrant truffle oil and caviar - are a simple yet decadent treat! | The Millennial Cook #eggs #deviledeggs #truffle #caviar

Another undeniably fancy delicacy is caviar. I’ve been wanting to try cooking with caviar for a while, and I finally got my hands on a perfect little jar of the dark black, salty, rich treat. So I knew that it was definitely time to create something really decadent. Almost immediately, my mind went to deviled eggs – mostly because they’re delicious and an amazing canvas for all sorts of different flavor combinations. A restaurant Adam and I love in San Francisco tops the simple eggs with bacon bits and pickled jalapenos. Honestly, I also love the classic additions of smoky paprika or sharp dijon mustard. But today, we’re going fancay!

These Fancy Deviled Eggs - with fragrant truffle oil and caviar - are a simple yet decadent treat! | The Millennial Cook #eggs #deviledeggs #truffle #caviar

To start, I added a magical ingredient in with the yolks as I was stirring them up with mayo, salt, and pepper: black truffle oil. Y’all know that this incredible truffle product is one of my favorite things of all time. The rich, fragrant oil perfectly complements the creamy yolks and infuses so much flavor into this simple dish. After spooning this mixture into the egg whites, I topped each with a generous dollop of caviar. The dark black color contrasts beautifully with the light, pastel yellow; the rich and salty taste adds a perfect punch of flavor. I hope you’ll try these fancy truffle and caviar deviled eggs for your next special occasion!

These Fancy Deviled Eggs - with fragrant truffle oil and caviar - are a simple yet decadent treat! | The Millennial Cook #eggs #deviledeggs #truffle #caviar

The Fanciest Deviled Eggs

  • Servings: 12
  • Difficulty: Easy
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These Fancy Deviled Eggs are a simple yet decadent treat! The classic appetizer is dressed up with fragrant truffle oil and caviar.

Ingredients

  • 12 eggs
  • ¼ cup mayonnaise
  • 2 tablespoons truffle oil
  • ½ teaspoon sea salt
  • ½ teaspoon freshly ground black pepper 
  • minced chives, to garnish
  • caviar, to garnish

Directions

  1. Place eggs in a saucepan. Cover with cold water.
  2. Bring to a boil over medium-high heat, then turn off heat and place cover on pan.
  3. Let sit for ten minutes.
  4. Drain, then cover with cold water. Repeat twice more, covering with cold water each time.
  5. Let eggs cool completely.
  6. Peel eggs, then slice in half lengthwise.
  7. Scoop yolks out into a bowl. Mash with a fork.
  8. Add mayonnaise, truffle oil, salt, and pepper. Stir together until smooth.
  9. Scoop filling back into egg white halves.
  10. Sprinkle with minced chives, then top each egg with a small spoonful of caviar.

These Fancy Deviled Eggs - with fragrant truffle oil and caviar - are a simple yet decadent treat! | The Millennial Cook #eggs #deviledeggs #truffle #caviar

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