Here are some creative ideas of what to do with leftover hard boiled eggs that are more unusual than egg salad or deviled eggs.
Well, this a fattening but scrumptious recipe my Hungarian husband brought with him which we call Rocket Potatoes (because the Hungarian sounds something like that!):
Boil 4 large, peeled potatoes until done, then slice in thin-ish slices (I've also used baked potatoes successfully!). Slice about 8 hardboiled eggs. Slice about 6-8 hot dogs (kosher are best!). Mix paprika into a 16 oz container of sour cream until the sour cream is pink. Cover the bottom of a 13x9 inch baking dish with bacon. Start layering potatoes, then eggs, then hot dogs, and a smear of sour cream until you end with potatoes and enough sour cream to smear on that. Layer another 1/4 pound of bacon on the very top and bake for about an hour at 350 degrees F, uncovered.
This is a "can't go wrong" recipe, artery clogging but delicious!
I make up a nice potato salad with the leftover hard boiled eggs.
Have you ever tried mashing them with boiled potatoes? Another thing that you can do is make some toast, lay sliced tomato on the toast, then put sliced egg on top of that. Put on some basil leaves and cover that with cheese, put under the grill until cheese is melted. Or you could crumble the egg into white sauce with some parsley.
When making a Caesar salad, I often throw in sliced mushrooms, Parmesan cheese, croutons, bacon and pieces of hard boiled egg. We really enjoy it that way.
I make egg salad, like for a sandwich, then put it on celery stalks. I also make hard boiled eggs diced fine, add sweet onion, diced celery and a 6 oz can of tuna drained and Miracle Whip for sandwiches.
Mix well and cook over low heat until bubbly and thick. Cool.
Mix and add above cooled salad dressing
I put them in the middle of my meat loaf. My family loves to cut into it and see them.
Make a basic white sauce, chop or grated the hard boiled eggs and add to the sauce. Serve over toast for breakfast.
This is a Spanish recipe. Not sure the quantity but you can gauge it easily.
Makes a nice lighter lunch. Good for Friday during Lent, too!
Post your own favorite tip or recipe below.
I have used this recipe for many, many years. It is simply a white sauce with hard-boiled eggs, but my family can use up 2 dozen eggs very easily. In fact, this is a family favorite year round. We sprinkle on Parmesan cheese for extra added flavor. Makes it really great!
Creamed Eggs On Toast
By Linda in SE Iowa
I also like to make egg salad, add them to potato salad, macaroni salad, tossed salads, tuna and chicken salad too!
I make sandwiches using a hardboiled egg, mayo, salt pepper, onion powder, and English muffins. I toast the muffin, peel and slice the egg thinly with my egg slicer. Then when the muffin is toasted, I spread it with mayo and sprinkle it with salt, pepper, and onion powder, Yummy! I got the idea from Reading Sue Grafton novels, the heroine Kinsey Milhone makes them for herself. (04/04/2007)
My grown up children and their spouses and children all love pickled eggs. Boil the eggs and peel. mix one cup water, one half cup sugar, one cup white vinegar and a teaspoon pickling spice. boil for 5 min. pour over eggs. cover and keep in refrigerator for week or longer. Ours never last even 2 days for a dozen. (04/29/2007)
By Marge from Michigan
I put hard boiled eggs in my Tuna Salad (helps 'dress' it up and makes a good filler to helps make more servings). As well, as in my Potato Salad (a nice touch, adds to flavor, helps 'dress' it up). Make Dressed or Deviled Eggs with them (depends where you're from as to what you call them.) (08/14/2008)
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