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Italian Deviled Eggs | Easy Italian Appetizer

Italian Deviled Eggs are a fun change from traditional deviled eggs. Made with salami, parmesan, and green onion, you’re going to love this fun and easy appetizer that’s great for parties and holidays.

Italian Deviled Eggs on a white serving platter.

If you are looking for a fun and unique party appetizer, be sure to give Italian Deviled Eggs a try! Just like traditional deviled eggs, these are simple to make and a low cost appetizer option.

To give these deviled eggs and Italian-inspired twist, this recipe uses diced salami and parmesan cheese. However, you can always substitute whatever deli meats you have on hand: mortadella or prosciutto would be delicious.

Italian Deviled Eggs

To make these Italian Deviled Eggs you need just a few ingredients:

  • Hard boiled eggs
  • Mayonnaise
  • Dijon mustard
  • Salami
  • Parmesan cheese
  • Green onions

This recipe comes together fast and allows for substitutions. I also designed this recipe to include ingredients that are easy to find, and are likely to already have on hand.

Italian Deviled Eggs overhead photo.

You can save time when making this recipe by using hardboiled eggs from the grocery store. Or, make the eggs ahead of time and refrigerate until ready to use.

How to boil eggs for deviled eggs?

This may seem like a simple enough task. However if you’ve ever had to try and pry shell off hard boiled eggs, or have gray unappetizing yolk, you’ll know that it can be tricky.

Here is my no fail trick for making the perfect hard boiled eggs. Firstly, place the eggs in a small pot with a lid. Choose one that has enough room so that you don’t have to stack the eggs, but is also snug enough that they are not rolling all over the place.

Then, fill the pot with cool tap water. Place the pot of eggs on the stove and bring the eggs to a low boil. Then, reduce the heat to a simmer, cover the pot, and let simmer for exactly ten minutes.

While the eggs are boiling, set out a bowl of very cold ice water. Then, after the ten minutes are up, use a slotted spoon to move the eggs to the ice water. Let them sit for two minutes, then crack the eggs and peel off the shell. If you followed these instructions, the shells should peel right off leaving you with perfect hard boiled eggs.

Italian Deviled Eggs Filling

These deviled eggs are similar to traditional deviled eggs but have a delicious Italian-inspired filling of salami and parmesan. Feel free to substitute whatever Italian deli meats or cheeses you have on hand.

Firstly, carefully cut your hardboiled eggs in half lengthwise. Then, use a small spoon to scoop the egg yolk out of the eggs and into a mixing bowl. I like to use a special deviled egg platter to hold the whites while I prepare the filling for my eggs.

egg yolks, mayo, and dijon in a mixing bowl.

Next, use a handheld mixer to beat together the egg yolks, mayonnaise, and dijon. Using the mixer will make sure your egg yolks are smooth and creamy when you fill the eggs.

whipped filling in a bowl.

Then, add in the diced salami, grated parmesan, and diced green onion. Mix until well combined.

Deviled eggs filling with salami, parmesan, and green onion.

At this point, you can spoon the filling into the egg whites. Alternatively, you can place the filling into a piping bag fitted with a star attachment and pipe the filling into the egg whites.

Hollowed out egg whites with a piping bag of filling next to it.

Lastly, garnish with a sprinkle of chopped green onion and salami if desired. You can make these eggs up to a day in advance, just cover and refrigerate.

Italian-Inspired Appetizers

If you love all things Italian, be sure to check out these other Italian-inspired appetizers for your next get together:

Italian Antipasto Pinwheels with Salami & Pepperoncini

Easy Italian Meatball Sliders

Italian Tomato Onion Salad

Pesto Tortellini Skewers

Asparagus Tart with Lemon and Ricotta

Italian Deviled Eggs overhead photo.

I hope you love this simple and delicious recipe for Italian Deviled Eggs. Be sure to comment below if you try them. Enjoy!

Italian Deviled Eggs on a white serving platter.
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5 from 7 votes

Italian Deviled Eggs

Italian Deviled Eggs with salami and parmesan are fun twist on traditional deviled eggs. Change up your deviled eggs with this tasty Italian-inspired version.
Prep Time10 mins
Cook Time10 mins
Total Time20 mins
Course: Appetizer
Cuisine: Italian
Keyword: Appetizer, deviled eggs, Italian Deviled Eggs
Servings: 6 servings
Calories: 162kcal
Cost: 5


  • 6 large eggs
  • ¼ cup mayonnaise
  • 1 tablespoon dijon mustard
  • ¼ cup salami, finely diced
  • 2 tablespoons parmesan, grated
  • 1 tablespoon green onion, finely diced
  • salt and pepper to taste


  • Place the eggs in a single layer in a saucepan and cover with enough water to completely cover the eggs. Heat on high until water begins to bubble, then bring to a simmer and cover. Cook for 10 minutes. Remove from heat and immediately submerge eggs in ice water to cool. 
  • Crack the egg shells and carefully peel the shell off under cool running water. Slice the eggs in half lengthwise and remove the yolks to a bowl. Set the egg whites on a tray, cut side up.
  • To the yolks, add in the mayonnaise and dijon mustard. Use either a handheld mixer or whisk to mix, making sure the mixture is smooth. Stir in the diced salami, parmesan, and green onion.
    Deviled eggs filling with salami, parmesan, and green onion.
  • Either spoon the filling mixture into the egg whites, or place the mixture into a piping bag fitted with a star tip to fill the eggs. Garnish with diced salami and green onion if desired.
    Hollowed out egg whites with a piping bag of filling next to it.


Calories: 162kcal
Italian Deviled Eggs
Recipe Rating


Thursday 11th of March 2021

I'm making deviled eggs every Easter. I will def give your recipe a try this year. Love the added parmesan. Can't wait to try these.


Thursday 11th of March 2021

Deviled eggs are easy if not for the peeling of the actual eggs. Thanks for the tips, will make sure to follow it to the T. Wish me luck!


Thursday 11th of March 2021

Such a fun twist on a classic recipe!


Thursday 11th of March 2021

Deviled eggs are a favorite of mine. So many fillings go well in them. I love the salami and parmesan for the saltiness that they add. Delicious!

Denay DeGuzman

Thursday 11th of March 2021

These Italian deviled eggs were so delicious! I'm making these again for Easter Sunday.