Ψ Vegan Deviled Eggs Ψ

Ψ Vegan Deviled Eggs Ψ

I love a challenge of veganization. I’ve tried it all. So with the most recent issue of VegNews came my next challenge. Vegan Deviled Eggs.

I’ve never had “real” deviled eggs nor have I ever had the desire to eat a vegan version! But sometimes I make food just to see if I can make it… so now I have some deviled eggs to add to my weekday lunch. These were easy enough to make and oh-so fun to take pictures of. Let’s look:

Little baby half eggs made from a chocolate mold.DSC_0009I have a little bag of agar flakes that I have been trying to use up for what seems like years now. And I am getting good at incorporating the once-bizarre ingredient with resulting success. I used it to make these fantastic vegan deviled eggs, instead of the agar powder. The agar flakes take longer to dissolve than the powder and affect the texture and aesthetics of the gelatinous finished product. Notice how the “egg” is speckled with some of the undissolved agar above.

IMG_2840There they are. With a ton of black salt in these bad boys, they are authentically sulfuric and salty.

DSC_0008The little bouncy eggs set well.

DSC_0019More pictures the morning after when there was better natural light. Flash just stinks for food photography. I sprinkled this morning beauty with WayFare’s Pig Out Bacony Bits

DSC_0016The “yolk” is very flavorful.

DSC_0010Vegan deviled eggs. What should I make next?!