A deviled egg sandwich is the easiest yet the tastiest sandwich you will ever make! The preparation time required for this sandwich is significantly less, and it’s a perfect and healthy breakfast to start your day with. It’s the ideal sandwich to make if you have leftover boiled eggs and wish to make your breakfast a bit more interesting than just hard-boiled eggs.
Deviled Egg Sandwich Recipe
Let’s get straight to the recipe!
Preparation Time – 15 mins.
Total Time – 15 minutes.
¼ a cup Mayonnaise (low fat for a healthy breakfast)
½ teaspoon White Vinegar
½ a teaspoon of Yellow Mustard
¼ cup of Sweet Onion
Bread (Any bread: white, brown, multigrain)
¼ teaspoon of garlic powder
Deviled Egg Sandwich Procedure
Step 1 – Take 4 to 6 eggs. Boil them for about 10 minutes. Once they are done, peel them
Step 2 – After you are done peeling them, cut them in halves vertically (there is no obligation to cut it vertically, it just looks better like that). After cutting them, separate the whites and yolks into different bowls.
Step 3 – Mash the egg yolks leaving no chunks.
Step 4 – Add two tablespoons mayonnaise to the mashed egg yolks, one teaspoon dry mustard, half a teaspoon of yellow mustard, sweet onion, a pinch of both, salt and pepper, and the garlic powder. Then add a pinch of paprika. You can also add a pinch of mixed herbs ad they give a great aroma to the mixture.
Step 5 – Now, for the egg whites. Dice them up nicely. Preferably, keep the dices small as it will be easier to eat.
Step 6 – Add the diced egg whites to the egg yolk mixture. For a better taste, refrigerate it for at least 2 hours.
Step 7 – After 2 hours, make the mixture and lay it on the bread. You can see east it directly after this. You can also have the mixture.
Step 8 – For a more crispy and warm breakfast, slightly toast the bread with butter on a pan. Then add the stuffing and lay another bread on top.
Deviled Egg Sandwich is ready! Enjoy!
Deviled Egg Sandwich Nutrition Facts
Per Serving – 150 Calories, Protein 6.5 grams, Carbs 1.3 grams, fat 12 grams, Cholesterol 215.5 mg, sodium 216 mg.
Additional notes –
Adding lettuce on either side of the bread.
Adding a cheese slice
Adding red and green chili sauce to the egg yolk mixture.
Using more than just one mayonnaise – Add mint mayonnaise for a unique flavor.
Add jalapenos, black olives, green olives, mushrooms, shredded chicken to the sandwich.
Grill the sandwich for a more crispy and warm experience
You can also add the veggies directly to the mixture.
We can store the mixture in the refrigerator for about five days.
Hard-Boiled eggs can be refrigerated for about two weeks.
We can store a premade sandwich for a maximum of two days.
That’s it! That was all you needed to know about a Deviled Egg Sandwich. Practice your culinary skills by making this Deviled Egg Sandwich. If you are one for spicy and more flavored food, feel free to add any of your favorite spices and flavors that will complement the eggs!