More Than a Dozen Exciting Uses For Leftover Easter Eggs
Sure, those Easter eggs might be dyed bright pink or be covered in flower stickers, but that doesn't mean you have to toss them out after the day's festivities. Whip up delicious dishes with these ideas for preparing them — grated, chopped, deviled, you name it.
— Additional reporting by Lisette Mejia
Asparagus With Grated Egg and Vinaigrette
Nope, that's not cheese on top of the asparagus. Grated egg lends richness to asparagus vinaigrette, a springy side.
Miso Soup With Vermicelli, Mushrooms, and Tofu
Halved or quartered hard-boiled eggs are pretty much always a welcome topper for Asian noodle soups.
Bacon appears not once but twice in this filling egg-topped spinach salad: as a topping and in the warm bacon dressing.
Campanelle Pasta With Hard-Boiled Eggs, Capers, and Watercress
A posh egg and watercress sandwich meets pasta in this hearty bowl of campanelle.
Cobb Salad Wrap
Looking for a hard-boiled-egg-filled brown bag lunch? Look no further than this cobb salad wrap recipe.
While soft-boiled quail eggs are used in this oh-so-French recipe, leftover Easter eggs can be chopped and swapped in, no problem.
Simple yet satisfying, egg salad is a classic for a reason. We like it as the star of an open-faced sandwich (aka a tartine), but this recipe is so versatile that it can be eaten however you like.
Hard-Boiled Eggs on Toast With Bagna Cauda
Drizzled with bagna cauda — an irresistible sauce of garlic, anchovies, butter, olive oil, and lemon — hard-boiled egg toast is never short on flavor.
This instant-ramen-based noodle salad is so easy you could make it without a full kitchen.
Sweet and Spicy Deviled Eggs
There's just something about basic deviled eggs that makes them a consistent crowd-pleaser.