Recipe by epicureangela
"Use this unusual egg and butter spread as a sandwich filling, or as a topping for crackers or bagels."
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This is not bad. I boiled about 20 eggs last night bc bf decided to buy more eggs at Costco even though we already had eggs. So, I was looking through egg recipes for already boiled eggs and I wasn't finding much more than egg salad or deviled eggs. So when I came on this one I was intrigued. It seems a bit weird but I'm okay with the ingredients (sans butter--my tummy doesn't do well with it, so I always sub margarine). So I decided to try it, just subbing margarine and scaling it to one serving. I didn't use my mixer bc I was making one serving, and we use the spreadable margarine. It was the perfect amount for one slice of bread, and it really isn't bad. It tastes like margarine (would be butter if you use that obviously) with a little bit of egg yolk and spice in it. I wouldn't make it every day, but it's a fun little snack. Thanks for the recipe!
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Serving Size: 1/4 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 4
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 247
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