What to Do With Your Dyed Easter Eggs
What to Do With Your Leftover Easter Eggs
Easter is over and that means you have an abundance of Easter Eggs lying around. If this is the case, you may be wondering what to do with them. Luckily, we’ve rounded up some great ways to use up your dyed Easter eggs.
- Deviled Eggs – We wrote about these a few months ago. We really love deviled eggs, and these Smoked Salmon Deviled Eggs are an upscale take on this classic fare.
- Hard-Boiled Egg Dressing with Tarragon and Cornichons – What a great idea! Here’s a dressing that actually uses a mashed hard-boiled egg to add flavor and texture. The recipe suggests using the dressing on cold meat, poultry or vegetables.
- Baked Eggs in Tomato-Parmesan Sauce – One of our all-time favorite meals when you’ve got nothing in the pantry and no time to cook. Our recipe calls for soft-poaching the eggs in the sauce, but you could easily swap in slices of hard-boiled eggs.
- Scandinavian Open-Faced Shrimp Sandwich – Okay, this one’s a little out there. But why not try this classic Scandinavian lunch dish? Shrimp, tomato, lemon and dill make for a bracing combo – and a nice balance for the hard-boiled egg.
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