I don't know about you, but here in America, we dye hard boiled eggs around Easter. I don't really know why, we just do. Maybe I should look that one up... but I have done it since I was a child and still love doing it! After we finished dying the eggs, we usually admired them for a while, but then would make Deviled Eggs or Egg sandwiches. While I lived in Australia, I went to a church function. There they served a variety of sandwiches, one of which was an egg sandwich. I had to get one. Little did I know that I would end up eating about 5! (One sandwich was cut cut into 4 triangles, so really it wasn't too much...) They were delicious! I found out that they put curry in them. I decided I would use up some of my Easter eggs to make a curried egg sandwich.
This recipe makes 3-4 sandwiches depending on the size of your bread
1/2 cup Mayo
1/2-1 tsp Curry Powder (depends on how strong you want the taste)
6-4 slices of bread
Salt & Pepper to taste
Boil your eggs. When they are done, I run them under cold water. I have found that this helps them peel better.
Mix Mayo & curry powder together.
Chop your eggs or do what I do... just smash them with a fork.
Add the eggs to your mixture.
Add salt and pepper to taste, spread egg mixture on the bread, sprinkle some lettuce on top, and your ready to eat.
Fast and easy and a good way to use up all those Easter eggs you dyed :)