Inspired by the Filipino Noodle dish Palabok. These Palabok Deviled Eggs come together in under 30 minutes. All you need are 6 eggs, mayo and seasonings that are already in your pantry. Add some smoked fish on the top and this fancy app is good to go.
Happy New Year!
First of all Happy New Year!! It’s been a wild ride. I know I have not been on the blog much but it’s been quite a busy year working with some amazing clients.
I took some photos of Yana Gilbuena for Serious Eats like this Bibingka. Sarap Now is also a new client I took on. It was fun going through their online shop and thinking of ways to put the Filipino ingredients in to a recipe. I will link some recipes at the end that would be great for NYE. But first these Palabok Deviled Eggs that I did for a wine client. The recipe is already on my IG, but I thought it would be nice to park it here too.
Ingredients for Palabok Deviled Eggs
I’m not going to get into what is Palabok, as I already have 2 recipes on here with the back stories on them. You can check out the original recipe here and the potato salad version here.
For this Deviled Eggs recipe these are the ingredients you will need:
6 Hard boiled Eggs Cut in Half (take out the yolks and put in bowl and mash. Put the egg whites halves on a plate/platter)
1/4 Cup Mayo
1 Teaspoon Patis (Fish Sauce)
1 Teaspoon Calamansi Juice
1 Teaspoon Atchuete Powder
1/2 Teaspoon Garlic Powder
1/2 Teaspoon Onion Powder
1/2 Teaspoon Black Pepper
1 Tablespoon Tinapa Flakes or Smoked Fish
1 Tablespoon Crushed Chicharon
1 Tablespoon Chopped Chives
1 Tablespoon Salmon Roe
How to Make Palabok Deviled Eggs
In a small bowl mix together the egg yolks, mayo and the seasonings. Mash with a fork to take out any lumps and make everything smooth. Use a zip lock bag to pipe it back into the egg whites by cutting one end off.
Top with all the garnishes.
Really that is it. I know when you look at Deviled Eggs it looks so complicated. It’s really just mashing up the egg yolks with some mayo and seasonings and putting it back in the egg hole.
Other Recipes That would be Great for NYE at Home
Even if you are just staying home again this year for NYE, don’t forget to treat yourself with good food. Here are some Filipino inspired recipes that I created for Sarap Now that would be great to make over the course of the day for NYE celebrations. They are all actually pretty fast and easy to make.
Ube Truffle Balls
Queso De Bolla Cheese Sticks
Bibingka Donuts with Pastilias Glaze
Well Happy New year again and I hope you enjoy all these recipes especially the Palabok Deviled Eggs. It’s one of my favorite creations this year.
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Prep Time: 30 minutes minutes
Servings: 12 Servings
- 6 Hard boiled Eggs Cut in Half take out the yolks and put in bowl and mash. Put the egg whites halves on a plate/platter
- 1/4 Cup Mayo
- 1 Teaspoon Patis Fish Sauce
- 1 Teaspoon Calamansi Juice
- 1 Teaspoon Atchuete Powder
- 1/2 Teaspoon Garlic Powder
- 1/2 Teaspoon Onion Powder
- 1/2 Teaspoon Black Pepper
- 1 Tablespoon Tinapa Flakes or Smoked Fish
- 1 Tablespoon Crushed Chicharon
- 1 Tablespoon Chopped Chives
- 1 Tablespoon Salmon Roe
In a small bowl mix together the egg yolks, mayo and the seasonings. Mash with a fork to take out any lumps and make everything smooth. Use a zip lock bag to pipe it back into the egg whites by cutting one end off.Top with all the garnishes.Really that is it. I know when you look at Deviled Eggs it looks so complicated. It’s really just mashing up the egg yolks with some mayo and seasonings and putting it back in the egg hole.