Picture of Deviled Dill Eggs with Salmon Roe
This recipe makes a great cocktail party hors d'oeuvres. The creamy paprika filling is made with Greek yogurt, so it's guilt free, and the salmon roe are, well fancy! Chopped dill and red onion make a pretty garnish. And it's still healthy? Absolutely.

Step 1: Ingredients

Picture of Ingredients
6 eggs
1/2 cup Greek yogurt
1/4 cup dill, fresh, stems removed
1/8 red onion, peeled
1/4 teaspoon kosher salt
1/4 teaspoon white pepper
1/4 teaspoon smoked paprika
1 jar of salmon roe
This looks delicious but I am with dchall88 I am a fishermen and I use salmon row as bait all the time so I am not sure if it's use it on my own food. But then again if it's good enough for the fish it's probably good enough for me :). Great instructable !
mountainmasha11 months ago

Our quail just started laying and we've been talking about how awesome deviled quail eggs would be. We will definitely be trying this in miniature.

bajablue2 years ago
One of these days I'll cure fresh Salmon roe and try this application. These deviled eggs look fantastic!
garnishrecipes (author) 3 years ago

I heard the same feedback at our extended family Easter gathering. Whoops. I confess, I'm not an avid fisher- who knew the "roe" were bait (Costco got me on that one ;) ) Next year, I'll use the teeny tiny eggs I see at sushi. Thank you for your feedback!

Jessyratfink: thank you! I'm beginning to experiment with dill more. A family member challenged me to come up with a lower calorie deviled egg recipe. With the dill, you can hardly taste the difference.
dchall83 years ago
If you have ever fished with Pautzske's Balls-O-Fire, you'll never be able to eat salmon "roe." Salmon caviar has the exact same unforgettable aroma as the bait. But if you are not preconditioned to think of it as bait, give it a whirl.
These sound amazing! Such a good combination of flavors.