Friday, July 07, 2023

Warm Egg Salad Sandwich on Grilled Bread


Know what I love?  I love egg salad sandwiches. WARM egg salad sandwiches on buttered grilled bread!  I'm picky about how I make them.  Can't be one of those cold egg salad sandwiches you get at your local deli that are full of chopped celery, pickles, onions, and anything else you can chop up. No way!  I make my egg salad sandwiches with nothing but Dukes or Hellman's Real Mayo and a little salt and pepper. The egg salad has to be warm and the bread has to be grilled with butter!   You can add whatever you want, but my idea of a classic egg salad sandwich is all about the eggs. Here's a snap shot of my breakfast this morning.....

Warm Egg Salad Sandwich on Grilled Bread

6 eggs
3 tablespoons mayonnaise (Hellman's)
salt and pepper to taste 

Your favorite bread, grilled in a skillet with butter

To hard boil eggs – Gently place eggs into a single layer in a sauce pan. Add just enough water to cover the eggs completely. Bring the water to a rapid boil for about 5 minutes. Then remove eggs from heat tightly cover with a lid. Let the pan site for 10 minutes. Transfer eggs into a bowl with cold water. Allow to sit for a few minutes and crack and peel.


Chop hard boiled eggs. Place chopped eggs in a medium bowl. Mix in mayo, 1 tablespoon at a time until you get the consistency you like. Add a little salt and pepper to taste. 

Add a tablespoon of butter to a skillet.  Butter one side of your bread.  Lay the un-buttered side of the bread in the skillet and lightly brown on medium heat.  Flip the bread over and brown the buttered side lightly.  Remove from heat.  Spread warm egg salad onto grilled bread slices.


You will have enough here to make three sandwiches. I keep it in the refrigerator and then microwave it to warm it up again the next day. 

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