Korean Olympic Ring Deviled Eggs in time for the 2018 Winter Olympics! These vegetarian deviled eggs are quick and simple to make for your Olympic watch party, whether with a group or at home by yourself.
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I came up with this idea when I was participating in an Olympic themed work challenge. I had to find a way to make the Olympic rings out of every day objects. I knew I wanted to make it food related, and this was the result! The eggs are cut around the middle, instead of long way like a traditional egg, to keep the round ring shape.
I always love watching the Olympics. I pretty much have it on non-stop and find myself watching sports that I would normally never be interested in. And I LOVE rooting for underdogs and countries that struggle to even make it to the Olympics in the first place.
In honor of the 2018 Winter Olympics being held in Pyeongchang, South Korea, this Korean Olympic Ring Deviled Eggs recipe has a Korean flair to it! I use soy sauce, chile peppers, and sesame seeds in the filling. Or sub it out for your favorite deviled egg filling like a traditional deviled egg!
I love to use pre-hard boiled and pre-peeled eggs. They make it SO much easier and the eggs look much prettier as they are not covered in divots from my attempt to get the shell off. You can find this type of egg at most grocery stores (I get mine from Costco). Just pop the egg white halves into cups filled with food coloring, vinegar, and water similar to egg dying at Easter. Let them sit for a while until you get your desired color. I have noticed that different brands of food coloring have different strengths, so it may take longer for you to get the color you want. Add additional food coloring and/or vinegar if it is taking too long.
Are you excited for the 2018 Olympics? What are your favorite winter events to watch?