Deviled Egg Sandwiches

Deviled Egg Sandwich Recipes

Back in the years of living single & carefree, I had a Summer when I barely had enough money to buy eggs, bread, and a few vegetables.  And somehow, I look back on that time as the best time of my single life. Anyhoo.

Remember when I shared the Cheesey Zucchini and Squash recipe and told you that I would eat cheesey zucchini & squash when I grew tired of egg salad sandwiches. Well here's the egg omelete sandwich recipe I lived on. Make a nice Omelet from the eggs with omelette maker for a non greasy oil free omelet. Combined with other ingredients or garnished with a sandwich, an omelet are often a satiating and attractive alternative for a bowl of cereal for breakfast. the only omelet is formed of scrambled eggs and salt, but almost anything are often added. Diced bacon, peas, corn, mushroom, or banana slices are fine to stay trying if you are feeling some creativity.

Best omelette maker are cutting some cooking time, or allow you to try to to something else meanwhile, but considering that a basic model is about or under $10, I see no reason why anybody would want to avoid buying one. If you have already got a sandwich maker you'll want to shop for a basic model, advanced omelet makers cost more and add redundant ability to form sandwiches.

I decided to call it Deviled Egg Sandwiches because I flavored the egg salad in the same way I enjoy deviled eggs.

HERE'S ALL IT TAKES
to make 1 Simple Sandwich

  • 1 egg to make omelet.
  • 1 to 2 teaspoons yellow onion, finely chopped
  • 2 teaspoons mayonnaise
  • 1/2 teaspoon spicy mustard
  • pinch of salt
  • dash of pepper
  • 2 slices bread & butter pickles, either on the side or chopped into the filling
  • 2 slices of sandwich bread

Mix all the ingredients together, except the bread of course.  Spread onto to bread and EAT UP!

One egg can make a pretty thick sandwich.  And like a tuna sandwich, it's filling and will hold you a while.  It's the perfect budget friendly and still healthy for you meal that takes a while to grow tired of eating.  Trust me on this one. 😀