Turn your favorite party appetizer into a delicious salad! This Deviled Egg Salad is a breeze to whip-up and makes for the perfect lunch or side dish.
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Anyone who knows me knows that I love a good salad. I have always had a soft spot for deviled eggs. My sister loved making them when we were growing up. We have a huge age difference, and little-me was always so impressed watching my teenage sis put together a batch of creamy deviled eggs.
Now, I’m stoked to share this Deviled Egg Salad with you today!
How To Make Deviled Egg Salad
Looking for a high-protein salad? Then this Deviled Egg Salad is your best answer! You won’t even believe how easy it is to whip up!
What You Need:
Here’s what you’ll need from the store. The exact amounts are in the printable recipe card at the bottom of this post.
Kitchen Tools Needed:
Deviled Egg Salad Tips
Nothing Needs to Be Chopped to Perfection
The best part about this recipe is that it doesn’t need to look perfect – unlike traditional deviled eggs. Traditional deviled eggs look best when the creamy yolk mix is piped to perfection. For Deviled Egg Salad, you can just chop the boiled eggs coarsely and it won’t effect the recipe at all.
Boil The Eggs in Advance
Save yourself some time and boil the eggs in advance – even the night before. You cannot work with this salad if the eggs are still hot, so better to prep this one and used pre-boiled eggs.
What Can I Serve With Deviled Egg Salad?
I particularly love this salad with meats as the main, so anything from the list would be superb:
- Grilled chicken
- Rotisserie chicken
- Filet mignon
- Meat loaf
How Do I Store Leftovers?
Storing leftover deviled egg salad is easy! All you have to do is place the leftover salad in an airtight container for up to 5 days.
Unfortunately, freezing this type of salad is less-than-ideal and personally, do not recommend it. It does not freeze well and tends to change texture when frozen.
Adding To The Homemade Dressing
I opted for a pretty basic dressing to stay true to the traditional deviled egg filling, but you are free to add other ingredients! Many people like to add diced, raw veggies like bell peppers, cucumbers and even jalapenos!
Deviled Egg Salad
- 4 hard boiled eggs
- 1/4 cup mayonnaise
- 1 tbsp dijon mustard
- 2 tbsp relish
- Salt and pepper to taste
- Paprika as garnish
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