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Here’s a fun way to present stuffed eggs: as boats filled with guacamole and a tortilla chip or Wheat Thin “sail.”
But what to do with all those leftover cooked egg yolks?
Add to tuna salad, potato salad, pasta salads and other salads.
Add to a layered salad.
Crumble or grate atop green salads (especially spinach salad), or layer with a chef’s salad or Cobb salad.
Use as a garnish on cooked vegetables, potatoes, rice and other grains.
Use as a soup garnish.
Guacamole “boats.” Photo courtesy Kraft.
Make salad dressing with sieved egg yolks. Here’s one recipe with mayonnaise, sour cream and Dijon mustard, and another recipe that includes chopped nuts and vegetables.
Make an “egg yolk salad” with green onions, frozen pea, gherkins, a mix of mayonnaise and Dijon mustard, and salt/pepper.
Make this soup “dumplings” recipe.
Feed birds. Several people said that their pet birds loved to eat hard-cooked egg yolks. If you don’t have a pet bird, or know someone who does, you can leave them out for the neighborhood birds.
THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN STUFFED EGGS & DEVILED EGGS
Stuffed eggs were a popular dish as far back as the Roman Empire. The term “deviled eggs” originated in 18th-century England.
“Deviled” refers to the use of hot spices or condiments in a recipe—paprika, mustard, hot sauce, horseradish, chiles, etc.—all of which you can add to the guacamole.
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