Start hard-boiling!

By F&W Editors
January 25, 2016

Did you stock up on eggs too aggressively in the run-up to Easter? We have nine ways to use them up, from superfast breakfast sandwiches to vibrant spring vegetable omelets.

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This Super Bowl Sunday, you could spend forever shaping cheese balls and mini bread loaves into adorable footballs. Or you could just take advantage of nature’s tiny football: the egg. Here, seven game day–perfect egg recipes.

1. Deviled Eggs with Pickled Shrimp 

Creamy dill-and-chive deviled eggs become extra satisfying with the addition of briny pickled shrimp.

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To amp up his creamy dill-and-chive deviled eggs, Bobby Flay tops them with tangy pickled shrimp.

2. Pickled Beets and Eggs 

Sweet beets pickled in apple cider vinegar make a stellar brine for pickling hard-boiled eggs, making for an irresistible, nutritious snack.

3. Smoked-Salmon Deviled Eggs 

These deviled eggs are dressed up with chopped smoked salmon.

4. Tea-Marbled Quail Eggs with Dipping Salts 

For a sophisticated hors d'oeuvre, soak teeny-tiny hard-boiled quail eggs in smoky Lapsang souchong tea and serve them with three different salts.

5. Sriracha-and-Wasabi Deviled Eggs 

These soy sauce–soaked eggs are stuffed with a spicy, wasabi-and-Sriracha-spiked filling.

6. Soft-Boiled Scotch Eggs 

This soft-boiled approach to the classic pub snack presents an unexpectedly tender egg yolk within a crispy exterior.

7. Deviled Eggs with Country Ham 

These deviled eggs get their terrific flavor from goat cheese, Dijon mustard and cornichons.

 

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