These easy bok choy deviled eggs with bacon are perfect for a party or picnic. If you love to hide vegetables in foods for your kids, you will love this recipe!
Are you looking for a new idea for bok choy? When I use bok choy, I tend to get stuck in the stir fry rut.
Does this happen to you?
I received a big bag of bok choy today in my farm box, and I really wanted to find a new way to enjoy it. (I am hopeful this recipe for deviled eggs with bacon will become one of your favorites.)
Often, it is hard to find certain organic vegetables in the stores. Grocery stores usually have the “popular” organic vegetables like lettuce and carrots, but if you want something more fun, like bok choy, it can be difficult to find it grown organically.
Hiding Vegetables In Food:
I instantly gravitated towards a deviled egg recipe with bok choy and bacon as the main ingredients.”
When in doubt of a vegetable, bacon will always save the day! Bacon makes these the best deviled eggs because it hides the bok choy :-).
I turned to Chef Watson for a little inspiration. It was a little worrisome when CW told me to dig out my Asian fish sauce. Now that I look back, it makes perfect sense as bok choy is an Asian vegetable. Although CW tends to get a little carried away with ingredient quantities, his food pairings tend to be right on.
Boil six organic cage-free eggs. Eggs are high in omega vitamins and have yolks that are a dark yellow, almost orange.
I used my chopper to chop up the bok choy into small pieces.
Here is the egg mixture. As a big-time bacon lover, I think it is great that I could use bacon grease instead of mayonnaise in this recipe.
More Delicious Gluten Free Appetizers to Try:
- Spicy Hatch Chile Hummus
- Hot White Queso Cheese Dip
- Instant Pot BBQ Meatballs
- Gluten Free Fried Cheese Sticks
How to make bok choy deviled eggs:
Nutrition Information:Yield: 8
Serving Size: 1
Amount Per Serving:Calories: 98 Total Fat: 8g Saturated Fat: 3g Trans Fat: 0g Unsaturated Fat: 5g Cholesterol: 145mg Sodium: 208mg Carbohydrates: 1g Fiber: 0g Sugar: 0g Protein: 6g