Egg (un)Salad Sandwich

>> Saturday, February 21, 2009

I like to experiment with making hard food easy, and I figured this would be one of the easiest things to modify for lunch. Everyone knows the egg salad sandwich. I eat them often. For some reason, actually preparing it drives me batty most times. So today I made an egg unsalad sandwich.

Hard cook some eggs. I prefer steaming them just long enough for the yolks to be not quite done, about 10 or 11 minutes. Alton Brown steams his for 12.
Take 2 slices of bread. On one side put Miracle Whip (or mayo, yuck!), on the other put mustard.
On the MW/mayo side put pepper and paprika
On the mustard side put kosher salt (you can see it on the mustard side so you know how much you have)
Slice an egg; put egg slices on one slice of bread. Today I sliced two eggs and only used the slices with yolk in it.
Slap the other slice on and eat it. (Also eat the white egg slices you didn't put in the sandwich. Don't be wasteful.)

Honestly? It wasn't all that tasty. If I do it again it'll need some serious tweaking. But I thought I'd share anyway.


Oooh, garlic. Yeah. I should have added garlic.

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