Introduction: Deviled Egg Salad

This dish has been a true staple in diners and coffee shops. Now, you can make this deviled egg salad as a staple for your very own!

Step 1: Ingredients

Here's what you will need to make this twisted salad:

  • eggs
  • mayo
  • mustard
  • vinegar
  • salt
  • packaged salad kit (I bought this one that has romaine lettuce / croutons / Parmesan cheese)
  • other toppings: dressing / vegetables (not shown but optional)

Step 2: Egg Prep

First, hard boil the eggs in a pot of water for at least 10 minutes. Afterwards, crack the shells and peel them off. I recommend that you rinse the eggs in warm water, and cracking the shells with a spoon gently. Also, make sure that you rinse off any shells that might get on the eggs.

Step 3: Prep Yolks

Next, cut the eggs lengthwise.

Step 4: Add Other Ingredients

From there, use a spoon to transfer the yolks in another small bowl, and add the following:

  • about 2 tbsp mayo
  • 1.5 tsp mustard
  • 1/8 tsp salt
  • about 1 to 2 tbsp vinegar

Step 5: Refill Shells

Now, grab your spoon and scoop out the yolk mixture and refill each egg shell.

Step 6: Make a Bed of Lettuce

To make the salad, fill a large bowl with rinsed out lettuce.

Step 7: Arrange the Eggs

Grab your deviled eggs that you've made earlier and arrange them on your bed of lettuce.

Step 8: Finish Off

Finally, finish it off with any type of salad toppings you already have. I dressed up mine with croutons, Parmesan cheese, and ranch dressing. You can also add sliced tomatoes, onions, or whatever vegetables you have. I didn't have any of those, but that's an optional step that you can do to personalize your own deviled egg salad.

Step 9: Done!

This dish reminds me of going back to the good ol' days of snacking on this at diners and coffee shops. This staple with really make a great summertime meal or anytime that you want!

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the_mad_rshn made it! (author)2017-05-08

Thank you for sharing. Try this next time. Fry some onions and mushrooms. Once fried, add that and a bit of ground walnut to your yolk. Don't forget mayo ?

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