- Egg salad
Egg salad is part of an Anglo-American tradition of
salads involving a high- proteinor high- carbohydratefood mixed with seasonings in the form of spices, herbs, and other foods, and bound with an oil-based dressing. Its siblings include tuna salad, chicken salad, potato salad, ham salad, pasta salad, lobster salad, crab meat salad, etc.
Egg salad can be made creatively with any number of other cold foods added.
Tomatoes, onions, lettuce, pickles, pickle relishand cucumberare common ingredients. Other variations can include cooked lentils, peas, beans, olives, peppers, or cottage cheese.
List of egg dishes
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