Did you get your fill of eggs this weekend?
If you are looking for new ideas to use up those hard-boiled eggs, allow me to offer a few suggestions. Some of these are going to sound crazy. Others, you’ll want to make for lunch.
Picadillo: This savory ground beef dish is popular from Cuba to the Phillipines, and it often calls for hard-boiled eggs. You can also make a picadillo shepard’s pie.
Lasagna: In some parts of Italy, lasagna is made with hard-boiled eggs instead of ricotta.
Cobb Salad: It’s not exactly the squishy egg salad you might be trying to avoid, but this hearty salad still a good way to use up a lot of eggs.
Macaroni Salad: Hey, I told you some of these would sound weird.
Ramen Sliders: Leave it to Taste of Home to come up with crunchy “sliders” made with small burgers, hard-boiled eggs and “buns” made with raw ramen noodles. Or you could just slice the eggs and serve them in a bowl of regular ramen noodles.
Open-Faced Sandwiches: Serve with any kind of spread you like, from pate to hummus.
Roasted Asparagus: Asparagus served with crumbled hard-boiled eggs isn’t all that odd, but it’s also not a dish to think to make.
Beef Rolls: This recipe from the L.A. Times calls for rolling hard-boiled eggs in raw beef before simmering in a sauce.
Spanish Tapas: Here’s one of many ways to serve sliced hard-boiled eggs on bread, tapas style. This version has anchovies and red peppers.
Borscht: Enough said.