Egg Salad Sandwich: Sometimes Simple is Best


Sometimes simple is best.  And, for me, that’s how I feel about Egg Salad Sandwiches.  Three ingredients, plus a little salt and pepper, are all I need in my egg salad.  Which may be why I make them so often for lunch.  This sandwich only takes a few minutes to make, and most of that time is the time it takes to boil an egg.

We have a favorite deli in Colorado where Jon orders a Hell’s Kitchen sandwich.  It’s egg salad with a slice of crisp bacon and a splash of cajun hot sauce.  I’ve made this sandwich at home for him.  I just start with my perfectly simple egg salad and add a little meat and heat.  That’s the beauty of egg salad.  It can easily be dressed up or made simple to satisfy a variety of tastes.

I think the key to this recipe is to use good mayonnaise.  There are just some things where you shouldn’t show your frugal side.

If the thought of dicing eggs with a knife seems a bit cumbersome to you, you can do what I do and use the egg slicer.  After you do the initial slice, turn the egg a quarter turn,  slice again and you’ll have diced eggs.

Simple food.  Simple post.  Happy day.

Happy Entertaining!

First You Slice

First you slice…

Then You Dice

…then you dice!

Good Ingredients are the Key

Good ingredients are the key

Egg Salad Sandwich

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One Response to “Egg Salad Sandwich: Sometimes Simple is Best”

  1. jim says:

    no pickle relish? blasphemy!

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