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    Question What to do with hard boiled eggs?

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    Google search brough up a dozen sandwiches. Thanks google... I do have one caveat, I really just don't like mayo. Yes even homemade. It's something about the texture. Sorry :/

    I have been eating plain or with some chili powder or seasoning for breakfast because I don't have a lot of time in the morning and no easy access to the kitchen (I live in a barracks, really, don't ask). You guys have been really great with my recent questions. Help please!

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    I slice them in half (once they are cool) and smear butter on them and then sprinkle salt on them.

    There are lots of avocado based egg salads out there.

    Scotch eggs.

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    Hard boiled eggs n spinach here.
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    Cut in half and spread fish roe on top
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    You can pickle them.

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    Weird one, but sometimes I cut them in half and put cocktail sauce on them. You can find clean cocktail sauce with nothing but tomato, horseradish, vinegar, and a tiny bit of sugar.

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    Put them in omelettes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AngryKiwi47 View Post
    Put them in omelettes.
    That only makes sense in the Southern Hemisphere, if at all.

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    Mash them up with avocado for super creamy egg salad.

    Have you ever made scotch eggs?

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    I was just wondering if that would work for a cocktail sauce. I've been craving it lately.

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