For a decidedly different luncheon entree, fill tender yellow squash with a colorful egg salad loaded with celery, red bell pepper, green olives, cheddar cheese, fresh basil, dill, mayonnaise, cayenne pepper and seasoned salt.
This sounds like a great low-fat egg salad. Recipe from "The Diabetes Snack Munch Nibble Nosh Book" by Ruth Glick. Cooking time does not include time for hard-boiling the eggs. Comments from the book: If you love egg salad but have cut it from your meal plan because of the cholesterol, try this zippy recipe, which discards half of the egg yolks. With all of the taste of traditional egg salad and far less fat, it's one of this cookbook author's favorite sandwiches.
Find recipes for Layered Veggie Egg Salad and other Course recipes. Get all the best recipes at . Recipe directions: In a bowl, combine the egg salad, mayonnaise and green onion. In a 2-1/2-qt. glass serving bowl, layer the spinach, carrot, lettuce, red onion, peas and tomatoes (do not toss). Spread egg salad mixture over top; sprinkle with cheese and bacon.
My favorite egg salad for sandwiches-I love it on whole wheat or egg bread with lots of fresh crisp lettuce. I adapted this from a friend's way of making egg salad. I use the same ingredients for both egg salad and deviled eggs-the only differences are the amounts and what I do with the eggs. Amounts are approximate-adjust them to suit your taste. Times are estimates and don't include time to boil and cool the eggs.
I was looking for something to do with all the hard boiled Easter eggs and wanted a different egg salad, this a recipe she would make for her daughter. I love the different flavors in this instead of plain egg salad. I made mine with the mustard powders and another batch with the cayenne pepper. Hope you enjoy a different twist on this egg salad. Preparation time does not include time for boiling eggs.