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How do you make the perfect egg-salad sandwich?
We dyed way too many eggs on Friday, and now we have all these hard-boiled eggs. The logical thing to do? Make egg salad sandwiches! But I've always found egg salad to be kind of boring. Rather than mess about on my own, I'd like to ask all of you for ideas. How do you make your egg salad, and when you put it on a sandwich, what extras do you add to make it perfect?
Tired of making the same old sandwiches. Here are five sandwich recipes that you may like. read more
Mash up the eggs in a bowl with a fork, add salt peper & a little mixed herb, pour some melted butter, mix it up, add some mayonnaise! Perfect egg mayonnaise sandwich spread.
For a salad, make a bed of shredded salad greens, cut tomatoes in half ( star cut is attractive, fill the tomato halves with the egg mixture, a few drops of vinegrette and or lemon juice . . . bon appetit!
I keep mine simple. Chop up the egg, add some freshly ground pepper, a little salt, a glob of sweet relish, and Hellman's mayonnaise. Mix it all up and viola!
Like most, I finely chop up the hard boiled eggs, add mayo, salt and pepper, a tiny bit of sweet pickle juice and a dollop of mustard. Tangy and delicious.
Why limit yourself to egg salad, Jeff? Stuffed (also known as Deviled) eggs can be made with a variety of ingredients added to the mashed egg yolk besides the usual mayo and pickle relish. My late father-inlaw loved to add one or more of the following to spice up his plate of stuffed eggs: curry, dillweed, horseradish, chopped onions, any type of mustard, garlic, chopped olives (green or ripe), a dab of salsa, avocado, etc. You can probably think of other ingredients you might enjoy (if you're a carnivore that will likely include real bacon bits). Of course, any of these ingredients can also be added to egg salad to spice it up. Enjoy, and happy Easter!
I mash the eggs, add a bit of yellow mustard, mayo, chopped celery, salt, pepper.
Lightly toast the bread, add a thin layer of mayo, then add bacon, tomato and lettuce!
the way I make egg salad is I grate the hardboiled eggs (with a mid-sized cheese grater), add some chopped avocado, and mayonnaise.
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