Egg Salad Sandwich Recipe ( + How to Make Egg Salad)

This Egg Salad Sandwich recipe is filled with that classic egg salad flavor we all love. Hard-boiled eggs, mayonnaise, and the best spices and herb blend. Learn how to make egg salad for the perfect sandwich or just to eat as a simple side dish. Either way, you’ll want to keep eating this delicious recipe over and over again!

Egg Salad Sandwich recipe on a white plate

Egg Salad Sandwich Recipe

This Egg Salad Sandwich recipe is such a classic. Learn how to make egg salad sandwiches for a quick and easy lunch!

I LOVE egg salad. It’s creamy but with just the right amount of texture from the eggs. And egg salad sandwiches are the best! There’s nothing better than a simple sandwich for lunch.

This Egg Salad Sandwich recipe is an easy go-to lunch when I’m craving something delicious but don’t want to bother with cooking. Make up some egg salad ahead of time to keep in the refrigerator, so you can just grab it to make sandwiches over the next couple of days. No hassle!

This is one of those great Sunday afternoon meals I like to prepare for the family when we just need something simple (but totally delicious!).

Learn how to make Egg Salad Sandwiches for a tasty yet simple lunch!

 

Classic egg salad in a bowl

Egg Salad on bread with lettuce and a pickle on top

How to Make Egg Salad Sandwich

Classic egg salad is easy to make, and once you’ve got the salad prepared, just put it on some fresh bread to make a tasty sandwich. This is such a great recipe because you can make parts of it ahead of time (hard boil the eggs and prepare the egg salad) to make your life easier during a busy week.

How to Make an Egg Salad Sandwich:

  1. Hard-boil the eggs (should be done ahead of time so they have time to cool)
  2. Mix all of the ingredients together in a bowl
  3. Put the egg salad on some bread, add lettuce, and you’ve got a sandwich

If you’re making the egg salad ahead of time, store it in the refrigerator until you’re ready to make a sandwich. You can also serve it as a side dish on a bed of lettuce. This is a great dish to keep around for quick meals!

How to make egg salad sandwiches

Tasty egg salad sandwich on a plate

How many eggs do you need for an egg salad sandwich?

For this egg salad sandwich recipe, it comes out to about 2 eggs per sandwich. This makes it a bit chunkier with more texture, just the way I like it!

How long does egg salad last in the fridge?

This recipe can be stored in the refrigerator for up to 5 days. So this is the perfect thing to prepare on a Sunday night so you can make quick, easy egg salad sandwiches all week.

Is egg salad good for you?

Eggs are full of protein, but other than that, it isn’t the healthiest thing. This egg salad sandwich recipe is quite reasonable when it comes to calories and fat grams though.

If you want to make this a bit healthier, remove the yolk from some of the eggs, use light or low-fat mayo, and pile extra vegetables onto your sandwich!

What do you put in egg salad?

Eggs and mayonnaise are the base, but it’s the details, the extra ingredients, the spices & herbs, that really packs it with flavor. This is the best egg salad sandwich recipe because I’ve also added in a delicious homemade herb blend!

Egg Salad Ingredients:

  • Eggs
  • Mayonnaise
  • Celery
  • Lemon Juice
  • Scallions
  • Salt & Pepper
  • Dijon Mustard
  • Granulated Sugar
  • Parisien Bonnes Herbes Blend (see recipe notes for the included herbs)

This classic Egg Salad Sandwich recipe is the perfect easy lunch recipe. Learn how to make egg salad sandwiches with the perfect mix of eggs, mayonnaise, and herbs.

I just love this easy and delicious Egg Salad Sandwich recipe! It’s creamy, a little chunky, and filled with flavor. It’s one of my favorite easy lunch recipes to prepare for myself, or for the whole family.

See the recipe card below of instructions on how to make Egg Salad Sandwiches. Enjoy!

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