Learn How to Make Easy Egg Salad Sandwich Recipe | Curried Egg Salad Sandwich with an easy recipe video tutorial. come together really quick. And nothing needs to be cooked except toasting bread. A hint of curry powder which added a bit of spice. And then dijon vinaigrette which takes it up a notch and adds a pretty yellow color.
Time for a lazy weekend: Today is a public holiday here and tomorrow is also a holiday for us. My family has declared it’s a holiday tomorrow! 😉
Adoria’s daycare would be closed tomorrow, so we thought of spending some warm sunny time together. After all, shining sun and warm weather is a rare festivity here in Finland.
That means we are gonna have a long weekend this time. Woohhoooo!
This is a lazy weekend time for me. You know how much I love lazy & crazy weekends. A time when I can sleep for long hours! Oh, that’s the best part of a weekend for me! And also we can have as much as goodies we want, and that’s the best part of the weekend! 😉
Long weekend plans: Today we are gonna stay at home and tomorrow we will head to the beach, but only if the weather is warm and sunny like today! Predictions say that weather is warm tomorrow as well, but you never know. So we are keeping our fingers crossed for that! Then Saturday is a shopping day, and Sunday we have plans for some spring cleaning time! That’s the boring part of this long weekend! But other than that long weekends are so much fun. This way Daddy-Mommy would teach Adoria a thing or two. 🙂
What about you guys? Are you all working on Friday or you are also planning a long weekend like us? Would love to know about your plans too! 🙂
Fresh food for warm weather: This slightly warm weather screamed for some fresh food. SO let’s talk about it.
Egg Salad Sandwich is a perfect picnic meal:
Is it breakfast time for you? Lunchtime? Or maybe it’s brunch time. Is it a picnic time? Is it? I mean, these Curried Egg Salad Sandwiches are pretty much the ultimate picnic meal, so let’s go on a picnic and enjoy this egg salad sandwich.
A good sandwich with all good things is good for all your meals. How does that sound? Cool.
Basic yet most delicious egg sandwich:
This is a very basic egg sandwich which I have made after a long time and the comeback of this beauty was a blast. Because I have made us this for all our meals last week — breakfast, dinner, lunch, and brunch too. And why not, when you have a good sandwich then you can have it for any meal.
This sandwich is my childhood favorite:
My love of sandwiches started as a little kid. Mom would make so many sandwiches for my school lunches. And the egg salad sandwich was one of those which I liked so much. As I grew up, I did some variations and the present day Curried Egg Salad Sandwich is a sandwich which has evolved over these years. But the one thing which hasn’t changed at all is the taste — which is still the best.
Who could say No: Have you ever met someone who eats eggs and doesn’t like egg salad sandwich? I haven’t. A perfect way to turn leftover hard-boiled eggs into such a treat.
Potato chips are a nice addition: Adoria wanted some potato chips in this egg salad sandwich when I made it the last time. Wow! That sounded amazing. Potato chips addition to egg sandwich is kind of genius idea. Isn’t it?
So I added potato chips to her sandwich and she loved it! However, I wanted to keep this recipe towards a healthier side, that’s why I did not add chips to this one. But please feel free to add it to your sandwich if you want it that way! 🙂
Egg Salad Sandwich for all meals:
This sandwich is indeed healthier due to the veggies and eggs. It’s just the picture perfect lunch, or dinner. They are just good for almost all meals! So feel free to eat them whenever you want! 🙂 It is delicious in all ways and at all times!
This Egg Salad Sandwich is Easy peasy and quick:
Curried Egg Salad Sandwiches come together really quick. And nothing needs to be cooked except toasting bread, which you can skip surely. So making these sandwiches are literally throwing everything together and then spread it on your favorite bread and EAT.
How to make Egg Salad Sandwich?
I combined eggs with cucumber, onion, chili with pepper and salt. And a hint of curry powder which added a bit of spice. It was such a great flavor to egg salad. And then dijon vinaigrette which takes it up a notch and adds a pretty yellow color. Mixed everything well. Spread some margarine on toasted bread. Some arugula leaves. A gorgeous amount of egg salad. Then a drizzle of sriracha cover with toast. And that was it. DONE. 🙂