If you are looking for an easy egg salad recipe, then you have come to the right place. This 4 ingredient egg salad is so good, and is perfect for picnics, poolside lunches and fancy tea sandwiches. It's a great salad to make if you have boiled eggs left over from Easter, and even if you don't...it literally only takes a few minutes to make!
For some reason, egg salad sandwiches take me back to when I was a kid. There is just something about a big pile of egg salad served on white bread that reminds me of lunches by our neighborhood pool. Now that I'm an adult, I also enjoy egg salad on a croissant. If you are trying to cut carbs, you can totally eat egg salad on a bed of lettuce or with some sliced avocado. It's funny...I don't really make egg salad during the fall and winter, but I always get a craving for it right around Easter time. I guess the thought of boiling eggs for dying reminds me of it or something. Once I make the first batch of it, I seem to keep it around all summer long. It's such a nice alternative to lunch meat sandwiches! Let me show you just how easy my egg salad is to make with only 4 ingredients...
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Easy Egg Salad Recipe
Start with 8-10 chopped hard boiled eggs. I like to cook a large batch of Hard Boiled Eggs in the Instant Pot as seen HERE or you can boil them on the stove. HERE is a quick trick for Boiling and Peeling Eggs if you don't own an Instant Pot.
I like to cheat and use my Vegetable Chopper Mandoline Slicer Dicer to chop my eggs quickly, but you can totally just use a knife ;)
Add the eggs, ¼ cup of mayonnaise and 1 teaspoon of mustard to a bowl and mix together well, making sure to mash the yolks of the eggs a bit. If you don't like mustard, you can absolutely leave it out...I don't think you will really notice it though, it just adds a little bit of zing to the egg salad.
Next, mix in 2 tablespoons of sweet pickle relish, and salt and pepper to taste. If you prefer dill pickle relish, you can use that instead. If you don't have any pickle relish, just dice up a few of your favorite pickles and add them...easy, peasy!
You can serve your egg salad on your favorite bread, croissants, crackers or on lettuce! Be sure to refrigerate any left overs!Print
- 8-10 hard boiled eggs
- ¼ cup of mayonnaise
- 1 teaspoon of mustard
- 2 tablespoons of sweet pickle relish
- Mix eggs with mayonnaise and mustard, making sure to mash the yolks of the egg while stirring. Add the sweet pickle relish as well as salt and pepper to taste, and stir again. Serve on bread or croissants with lettuce for a nice sandwich or serve on a bed of lettuce if you are avoiding carbs. Also great on crackers!
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