This deviled egg salad recipe is everything you love about a deviled egg, but in egg salad form! Serve as a sandwich or with chips for the ultimate dip.
Perfect Deviled Egg Salad
What’s better than a perfect deviled egg?! Deviled egg SALAD. This recipe is inspired by a classic deviled egg, but is made in egg salad form. You’ll love the flavor, texture and how versatile it is.
Why you’ll love it!
It’s a fun twist on a classic egg salad.
For you deviled egg lovers — you’ll love the creaminess of this recipe.
Serve it with potato chips for a delish crunch!
The base of this deviled egg salad is, of course, hard boiled eggs! You’ll need 18 large eggs. The remainder of the ingredients are separated into egg white and egg yolk layers.
- White vinegar
- Granulated sugar
- Minced white onion
- Diced dill pickles
- Salt & pepper
- Greek yogurt
- Yellow mustard
- Dill pickle juice
- Chopped fresh dill
These easy deviled eggs are seriously easy to make with simple ingredients and flavor you’ll love. Make a batch of these delicious deviled eggs today!
How to Make Deviled Egg Salad
Hard Boil Eggs
Bring a large pot of water to a boil and place the eggs gently in the boiling water. Boil the eggs for 9 minutes and then place them in an ice bath for 10 minutes.
Separate Egg Yolks from Whites
Peel the eggs and remove the egg yolks from the egg whites and place the yolks in a bowl.
Roughly chop the egg whites and transfer them to a separate bowl from the yolks.
Prepare Egg Whites
Add the white vinegar and sugar to a bowl and whisk. Pour the mixture over the egg whites and toss. Season the egg whites with salt and black pepper. Add the dill pickles and the onion, and toss again.
Prepare Egg Yolks
Break the egg yolks up with the back of a fork and add the Greek yogurt, mayo, mustard, pickle juice, and salt to the egg yolks and stir the mixture until smooth and creamy.
Combine Whites and Yolks
Toss the egg whites and then create a large well in the center of the egg whites.
Transfer the creamed egg yolks to the middle of the egg whites and top with paprika, and dill. The idea is to make this look like a giant deviled egg!
Serve & Enjoy!
Serve as is or toss the egg whites and egg yolk together for more of a traditional egg salad look. Enjoy this deviled egg salad with potato chips or on a sandwich!
Perfect Hard Boiled Eggs
Follow our tutorial for perfect hard boiled eggs every time!
The beauty of this recipe is that it’s so versatile! Here are some ideas of how to serve this deviled egg salad:
- Scooped up on potato chips or tortilla chips
- On toast or in a sandwich
- With a fork
Always prepare the whites and yolks separately: what makes this recipe so fun is the fact that it looks like a giant deviled egg when you serve it. The flavor combination of the two layers can’t be beat!
Salt & pepper to your liking: our deviled egg salad recipe is lightly salted and peppered. Want a bit more of either? Go for it!
Got leftovers? This deviled egg salad makes for a delish egg salad sammie 😀
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Store this deviled egg salad in an airtight container in the refrigerator for up to 3-5 days. Toss the egg salad before serving as leftovers as the ingredients will have settled.
Photography: photos taken in this post are by Ashley McGlaughlin from The Edible Perspective.