Best Egg Salad Recipe Recipe
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Our Best Egg Salad Recipe is designed to be featured in party sandwiches, or in Pita Wraps, or dozens of other ways. Our favorite is on crackers with some cheeses and fun garnishes.
When we say "the best egg salad recipe," we mean that we have perfected it for years and served tens of thousands portions on salad bars, sandwiches and appetizers. If you've got a better idea, please send it so we can make our best even better!
It offers a unique twist on other recipes, with a taste like none other. We bet you'll like it!
This is another recipe that is best made one or two days before the party, kept tightly covered with film pushed right down onto the surface of the salad, and refrigerated.
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This recipe will feed 24 people.
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Ingredients for the Best Egg Salad Recipe
___36 hard boiled eggs
___2 cups of mayonnaise
___1 cup of sour cream
___1 tablespoon dry mustard
___2 tablespoons of soy sauce
___2 teaspoons salt
___1 teaspoon pepper
___1+ teaspoon garlic powder
___1/4 cup chopped sweet pickles
___2 tablespoons liquid from the pickles
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Directions for our Best Egg Salad Recipe
Hard boil the eggs, using the following method: In a large pot that has a cover big enough to hold all the eggs, carefully stack the eggs, fill with water, shake in some salt and cover.
Heat on high heat until it boils. Allow to boil for two minutes and turn off heat, leaving covered the entire time. Allow to stand, still covered, with no heat, for twenty minutes. After 15 minutes, carefully remove the eggs and, carry to the sink and run under cold water for 5 minutes or more. Drain off water and refrigerate for one hour or more. You can cook the eggs the day before, or two days before. Just keep them cold, and unpeeled.
The day before the party if you can, or the day of, remove the eggs from the refrigerator, peel and wash eggs with water. and return to refrigeration.
In a separate bowl, combine the mayo and other ingredients. Mix well, cover with film and refrigerate.
On the day of the party, remove the eggs from the fridge, and rinse them off with cold water, then allow them to dry on paper or cloth. Cut them in the size you like for the salad. We use a chunkier cut, unless it’s going to be used in a wrap. Combine the chopped eggs with the mayo mix, folding it all together. Cover and refrigerate, or use immediately.
Food Safety for salads with eggs, meats, poultry, cheese, fish and more all need to be kept at 40°f or less as much as possible. Wash knifes, cutting boards, and keep returning your ingredients to the fridge during preparation, and use ice to chill salads during service. Remember - mayonnaise is not the problem - it's the protein!
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