Everyone loves a creamy egg salad, ideal for brunch or a leisurely lunch. From classic egg salad to curried egg salad, these easy recipes are perfect served solo or between two slices of homemade bread.See Popular Egg Salad Recipes
Quick, delicious, and healthy, this dish is a great weeknight dinner optionor a nutritious way to kick start your day.
If your children or grandchildren ask if they can help you cook, teach them how to make egg salad. It's easy to put together and, if you boil the eggs ahead of time, requires no oven or stove-top. You can make the eggs the day before and store them in the refrigerator until you are ready to make the salad. Most kids love helping out in the kitchen and feel grown-up if they are allowed to mix, stir or add ingredients.
For a perfectly poached egg, add a teaspoon of white vinegar to the water to help the egg stay together. Then serve your masterpiece on top of a fresh salad for a light vegetarian lunch.
Egg salad from the deli makes these appetizers simple to prepare.
Poached eggs, romaine, radicchio, and red grapes combine in this delicious side dish recipe that's ready in under 30 minutes.
Try this yummy sandwich recipe of eggs, smoked bacon, cucumber, and basil that can be prepared in less than 30 minutes.
Fill heart-shaped bread with the filling of your choice for these appetizer sandwiches. Choose from chicken, ham, or egg salad, or try a marmalade or cucumber filling.
This hearty main-dish salad is topped with a warm, easy-to-make, honey-mustard dressing. Tuck leftovers in whole wheat pita bread for lunch.
This easy egg salad would taste fantastic sandwiched between a couple slices of hearty whole grain bread, too.
Check your farmer's market for spring's first green and white asparagus to star in this refreshing salad.
Garlic and hot pepper sauce add heat to the deviled eggs that top off this simple salad loaded with vegetables.
Kids may run to the lunch table when they find out this popular sandwich is on the menu. It's also ideal for the vegetarian diet.
Did you know that Julius Caesar had nothing to do with the invention of the salad that bears his name? The credit for this delicious dish more properly goes to Caesar Cardini, a restaurateur who came up with the idea out of a combination of necessity and creativity. The story goes that Cardini wanted to serve salad to his restaurant patrons but found himself short of fresh ingredients to mix with his romaine lettuce. He raided his pantry and, using what he found there, concocted the recipe that went down in history. Other chefs began making Caesar Salad because of both its unique flavor and its economy--except for the lettuce and the egg in the dressing, it required no perishable ingredients.
No need to turn on the oven to make a satisfying and healthy meal. This vegetable-packed egg salad recipe tastes amazing inside a whole-wheat tortilla, on top of a salad or between sliced bread. This recipe could work for breakfast, lunch or dinner!