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April 24, 2014

Hard Boiled Egg + Curry Powder

Hard Boiled Egg + Curry Powder

You may or may not have Easter eggs hanging out in your fridge. If you do and you’re looking for ways to eat some of your leftover eggs, try topping them with some spices. I’m usually a hard boiled egg purist and eat them with salt & pepper and maybe a little hot sauce if I’m feeling spicy. The other day I threw a little curry powder & kosher salt on top and really liked it. You could always try some celery salt, truffle oil, and/or a pinch truffle salt. I’ve been known to turn some hard boiled eggs into a egg salad sandwich sans mayo….

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  • Alex

    ooh, I’ll have to give this a try. I usually turn hard boiled eggs into lazy deviled eggs (hard boiled egg half with a generous portion of dijon mustard).

  • stephanie devlin

    love it! my house has been rocking soft boiled eggs a lot lately. cutting out the oil or butter for frying can help make a really healthy day! i’ll try the eggs w/ curry powder soon.

  • Taylor

    mmm! Delicious! I love a good hard boiled egg!

    xoxo
    Taylor

  • Libby

    I’ve always had trouble eating easter eggs. It’s not that they’ve been dyed–it’s that they’ve been hidden all over the house and out of refrigeration. I know everyone does it but my brain won’t let me.

    That being said, I’m gonna do this! (With specifically designated snack-only eggs)

  • Rose

    I’m picky about my hardboiled eggs…6 minutes on the boil then out those babies come pronto. The yolk should be firm but creamy and deep golden yellow. Slice them in half length-wise, sea salt and a generous drizzle of a very syrupy balsamic and I’m a happy camper.

  • Kim

    Genius!! My southern roots have me craving the old fashioned mayo, mustard, celery salt, worchestershire sauce, salt, pepper deviled eggs topped with paprika. I’ll have to try curry pepper on behalf of my grown up taste buds.

  • Katrina @ Warm Vanilla Sugar

    Whyyyyy have I never thought of this before! Love it!

  • Sandy @ Reluctant Entertainer

    Love curried eggs. They’re so fun to play around with and so versitile! Mm-m-m …

  • Jennay

    Great idea! I also HATE mayo…so I’m loving your mayo-free egg salad recipe…thanks for sharing! =) I’m gonna make it tonight for dinner!

  • Katie @ The Surly Housewife

    My husband takes his in his lunch with some srirracha and pepper. Spicy goodness!!

  • Aimee Mulligan

    Yum! I like them with ground red pepper too!

  • Laura

    Judt listened to your podcast today. I love your healthy recipes, even if I don’t leave a comment. You’re great and I love your site !

  • Kate

    I love hard boiled eggs especially after a workout! By the way, as someone who is trying to get healthier and eat better, I really appreciate this series and look forward to it! Keep ’em coming!

  • Heather K

    Just listened to your last podcast and I’m going to start commenting more bc I have lurked for years! I love your recipes and new ideas! You have made a huge impact in my kitchen and many days much brighter! Recipes/ideas like this one are just the spark that keeps everyday cooking interesting when so often it starts to feel like drudgery. Thanks for doing what you do!!!

    • Tracy

      THANK YOU!!! That makes me feel good. I am glad that I can make an impact! It’s so nice to hear from my readers :) xoxoxoxo

  • Mira C

    I love your new snack section! I am always searching for new snack ideas. :)

  • Rachel

    They’re also great with turmeric (one of the ingredients of most ‘curry powders’) and as turmeric is also good for your heart, helps you breath better and is now being touted as a ‘miracle spice’, you get the health benefits as well :)

    Great blog, btw.

  • Bryn @ With her Own Wings

    Dill Weed is also really good! Pretty much anything that is good in tuna salad is good on a hard boiled egg!

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