Add a twist of tanginess to your deviled egg with vegan alfredo sauce. This recipe should have a warning label..."Warning make plenty they will be devoured!"
Preheat Oven to 400°.
On a parchment lined baking sheet spread parmesan in a thin layer as evenly at possible.
Back 5 - 7 minutes until golden brown. Let cool and break into smaller pieces about the size of 1/2 dollar.
Bring to a boil over med-high heat.
As soon as the water starts developing small bubbles shut off the heat and cover the pan - do not drain. 10 minutes for hard-boiled. Set timer!
When eggs are cool. Peel under water, dry and set aside.
In a skillet heat chicken/veggie stock to a slight boil.
Blend until it becomes a creamy smooth alfredo sauce. Add more lime or yeast slowly to get the perfect flavor if needed. Let mixture cool completely.
Half boiled eggs lengthwise. Remove yokes and add to mixing bowl.
Add half of the Vegan Alfredo Sauce (not vegan anymore but still vegetarian) to the egg yokes. Wisk to together until smooth and creamy. Keeping adding the Alfredo sauce 1 tbs at a time until you have a creamy smooth mixture. You might have some left over.
Add egg filling to a pastry bag or plastic bag with the tip corner cut off. Fill each egg white with the mixture. Slowly and carefully.
Garnish each deviled egg with parmesan crisp. As seen in the photo.
I love using a little fresh parsley or dill to add some fun color to the dish!
Chill in the refrigerator covered tightly to prevent discoloration.