Egg Salads To Try
This dish is a perfect solution when you have eggs on hand that you need to use up quickly (or made more hardboiled than you ended up needing). It’s delicious and an all-time classic that’s a favorite in sandwiches, wraps, pitas and on top of salad greens too, but who knew you could make it in so many different ways?
This week’s Recipe Hit list is a collection of goodies I’ve found from around the ‘net that I can’t wait to try. I hope you’ll find a new favorite or two yourself!
*Note: Descriptions below are quotes from the sources
- Tex Mex Wrap: From Egg Farmers of Canada.
- Country Style: Ingredients include tomato, yogurt, spring onion, mayo, onion powder, Dijon mustard, garlic powder, lettuce, chives and served on buns. From Kayotic Kitchen.
- Curried with Caramelized Onion: Serve it over spinach or greens, on a few slices of toast, or wrapped in naan with bit of chutney. From Serious Eats.
- Martha’s Favorite: This simple sandwich is a healthy — and delicious — lunch choice. From Martha Stewart.
- Special: Enjoy this as a stuffing for fresh tomatoes or a spread on sandwiches. It could even be used as a dip with your favorite crackers. Found at Taste Of Home.
- Tangy & Savory: This is suitable for adults and those with discriminating taste. It’s so simple to prepare and the tangy, savory mix spread over a bed of fresh arugula versus sandwiched between two pieces of bread won’t make you feel the need to run laps after. From Dishing Up Delights.
- With Avocado: I have made this twice, and eaten it thrice. Each time it was pure delight! Don’t let the name frighten you away, give this a try! The best thing about it? It’s clean! It’s just too good not to share. From Odd Dotty Dollymaker.
- Mini-Sandwich with Bacon: What makes this a little different is the crisp bacon pieces and celery. It’s a great balance of flavor that also gives the mini sandwiches a nice crunch. Plus, you can’t deny the cuteness factor of making them mini. From Culinary Cory.
- Indian Style: This was just something I made up as I went along, but it was surprisingly successful and the bowl was scraped clean at the trivia table. From One Hot Stove.
- Fancy Version: From at The New York Times.
- For Sandwiches: Made with mayo, lemon juice, celery, chopped chives, lettuce and served on whole grain bread (toasted). Found at 101 Cookbooks.