Here's a paired-down version of a long-time staple. You can also add a little cream cheese to the recipe for an extra-creamy egg salad sandwich if you'd like. —Linda Braun, American Egg Board, Park Ridge, Illinois
"Friends often drop by after Sunday church services, so these sandwiches are a delicious way to enjoy a bite of lunch while we're visiting," relates Marian Aikema of Langley, British Columbia. "They're always a big hit."
"I like to prepare this rich filling when fixing a soup and sandwich meal," comments Linda Potter of Sioux Falls, South Dakota. "It's great spread on toast for a quick breakfast bite, too." Have leftovers? Our Test Kitchen came up with the following two recipes that use up the leftover egg salad.
These toasty breakfast muffins give Deborah Flora of Sawyer, Kansas a jump start on brisk autumn mornings. “I make the egg salad ahead of time, then assemble them as needed,” she says. “They're also good with bacon or ham.”
One day I decided to make egg salad and just started adding a little of this and a little of that. I came up with this recipe that my family really enjoys. I serve it whenever my grandkids come to visit.
When I want to spice up my breakfast, I make these finger-licking, family-approved sausage sandwiches. They can be prepared quickly when I'm short on time. And it's a fun way to combine sausage and scrambled eggs.