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Old 05-22-2012, 01:22 PM   #1
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Egg salad on an onion bagel?

I'm having a craving for an egg salad sandwich but I don't have any bread. Do you think it would be ok on an onion bagel or do you think it would be too tough for the delicate filling?

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Old 05-22-2012, 01:24 PM   #2
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I'm having a craving for an egg salad sandwich but I don't have any bread. Do you think it would be ok on an onion bagel or do you think it would be too tough for the delicate filling?
Slice the bagel into 3 pieces and slather it with butter and egg salad..Yum, yum,yum
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Slice the bagel into 3 pieces and slather it with butter and egg salad..Yum, yum,yum
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Mmmmmmm good idea! Too bad I was too impatient to wait!! I poke a hole in the large end of the egg, drop directly into boiling water, and reduce heat to low. Eggs stay covered for 10 min, then are plunged into ice water until chilled. Eggs prepared this way are very tender and easy to peel. I chop them and mix them with half mayo, half miracle whip, a couple tablespoons of minced onion, minced pickles, and minced celery, a dash of paprika, and a tiny bit of mustard. Usually I use bread, but this time I served open faced on an onion bagel, with lettuce tomato, and some fresh ground pepper. Yum!!
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...Do you think it would be ok on an onion bagel or do you think it would be too tough for the delicate filling?

Do it and report back. Then we'll know.
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Old 05-22-2012, 01:57 PM   #5
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Great flavor- but I'm glad I decided to do open faced. I think it would have just gotten too squished otherwise :)
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Great flavor- but I'm glad I decided to do open faced. I think it would have just gotten too squished otherwise :)

Open faced solves the problem. The rule of thumb is softer fillings need softer bread.
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Great flavor- but I'm glad I decided to do open faced. I think it would have just gotten too squished otherwise :)
That is what I was going to suggest, but it looks like you beat me to it.
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Sounds yummy! I regularly put tuna salad on a toasted open faced bagel. I always use boiled eggs in the tuna so who's to say if it's "egg salad with tuna" or "tuna salad with egg". I must have lots of fresh ground pepper on the top.
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I alltogether do nto get the doublesided sandwiches. Too much bread, not enough filling.
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I alltogether do nto get the doublesided sandwiches. Too much bread, not enough filling.
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