Picadillo, ramen, lasagna: 10 things to make with hard-boiled eggs that are not egg salad or deviled eggs
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.
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.