Scrambled Egg Salad - easier than boiling those fresh eggs.

By sunflour · Jan 15, 2017 · ·
  1. sunflour
    Ingredients: per serving

    • 2 Medium to Large Fresh Eggs
    • 1 Tbs (or a little less) Miracle Whip Salad Dressing
    • 1 large squirt of Prepared Mustard
    • 1 tsp Sweet Relish Pickles
    • Salt and Pepper to taste.
    • Butter optional

    Cooking Instructions:

    1- Scamble the eggs
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    2- Heat a skillet on Med-High heat ( a small pat of butter is optional).
    3-Pour in the eggs and stir til done

    4- Place the scrambled eggs in a clean mixing bowl and add remaining ingredients
    5- Mix well - a fork works best.

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Recent User Reviews

  1. Anonymous
    "Scrambled Egg Salad"
    4/5, 4 out of 5, reviewed Apr 16, 2019
    Switch out the sweet relish for dill relish and that would work for me!
  2. MROO
    "Looks AWFUL ... But Tastes AMAZING!"
    5/5, 5 out of 5, reviewed Apr 16, 2019
    It was with great trepidation that I tried this recipe, but I was so intrigued that I had to do it. My teens put it in a tortilla instead of on toast, and now they have a new go-to breakfast!
  3. sourland
    "Who'da Thought"
    5/5, 5 out of 5, reviewed Feb 6, 2019
    I have to give this a try. Sounds great - looks good.


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  1. ShanasCastle
    Are YOU serious right now?!?! LOL why have I been struggling with peeling eggs when THIS method is available? Awesome, can't wait to try it! Thanks
  2. NewBoots
    This is brilliant! And you even make the salad the right way...Miracle Whip for teh Win!
  3. Texas Kiki
    This is so neat....I never would have NEVER thought to cook the eggs this way.
    I'll be trying this tomorrow!

    ETA. I made a sandwich this was great, even warm!
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  4. Blooie
    Hmmmmm Looks like something even I can do!
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  5. N F C
    That looks delicious!
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