Egg Salad Sandwiches with Bacon and Sriracha

  • Blushingrose Posted: 03/02/14
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    Good - does need pickles or capers for moisture.

  • kblurton Posted: 04/05/14
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    Yummy! Very easy to make. We added another slice of bacon and a little more Srircha.

  • jschmitz Posted: 12/14/13
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    As good as Mom's. I added pickled onions (see Deviled Egg with Pickled Onion - Cookin Light.

  • TnTGigi Posted: 09/06/13
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    Delicious. Give up the classic age old version of egg salad. It doesn't even begin to compare. Everyone in my family loved it and you can adjust how much sriacha you use depending how spicy you like it. Agreed, it would make a great salad also.

  • ttomassini Posted: 08/25/13
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    Love this recipe! Definitely add more bacon and sriacha, and I use watercress instead of arugula. :)

  • KathrynNC Posted: 09/21/13
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    We really enjoyed this as a casual weekend brunch. I recommend toasting the bread and adding just a bit more salt, pepper, and Sriracha. I also see this as making a great finger food -- open-faced mini sandwiches on cocktail bread. Great with a side of fresh fruit.

  • daneanp Posted: 12/13/13
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    This is good and the family loved it. I used romaine lettuce as that is what I had on hand. Can serve with baked french fries or fruit as a side.

  • Schmatterson8 Posted: 07/20/13
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    I loved this egg salad! I agree with the reviewer who said you could just add this to arugula and have a salad but I loved the combination of flavors. I would definitely make this again!

  • cmiller0401 Posted: 07/16/13
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    Good sandwich, I would add more bacon and Sriracha (because I love those things). Also, I think you could get rid of the bread altogether (adding more arugula), and have a hearty salad.


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