Easy Egg Salad

Eggs were on sale at the store for 89 cents, so I had to buy a dozen.  I thought about buying six or seven more dozen and saving them in the freezer.

I also had some eggs in the fridge that I would need to use up, so, time to hard boil.

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“Hard Boiled Eggs.”

Boiling water and eggs, how hard can that be?

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The eggs go into the boiling water for 15 minutes.

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I think that the most important part is the cold water bath.

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If you look at the photo just previous to this one, you can see in the sink that one of the eggs “leaked.”  Now it may have just been a coincidence, but before I put that egg into the boiling water, I shook it as hard as I could for a minute.  I wanted to see if I could break the yolk still in the shell and what would happen when it cooked. (Scramble hard boiled eggs anyone?)

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Well, it didn’t work.  This egg was nasty to try to peel.

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But all of the other eggs peeled like a dream.

Joke time:

How are bells and oranges the same? (answer at the end)

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Nice little slicer to cut up the eggs.  I like my egg salad chunky style.

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Mayo, mustard and pickle relish.

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Yum !!!!

Answer:

They can both be peeled/pealed

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4 comments on “Easy Egg Salad

  1. Dave says:

    This is actually something simple that I like and never make… maybe soon. 🙂

  2. I can buy them in my grocery store for less than$2/dozen. The national average is $2.17 for a dozen eggs. ChaCha on!

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