This is the racket we used to dice eggs for our egg salad.
These dies are naturally non-toxic and made with fruit, herbs, and vegetables.

Tennis Racket Egg Salad

You won't believe how this one simple trick will change how you make egg salad forever.


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Today I'm sharing one of my family's favorite recipes. We all love egg salad, but it's normally such a pain to peel and chop the eggs. Try my simple time-saving trick and enjoy the best egg salad ever!

This recipe is organic, high in protein and fiber, and Paleo-friendly. Made with just one ingredient, this colorful egg salad can be prepared and enjoyed by the entire family in just minutes.

Step-by-step photos for making
Tennis Racket Egg Salad

 

Step 1. Assemble the supplies:

  • colored hard-boiled eggs (don't peel them--egg shells are loaded with nutritious calcium)
  • tennis racket

view on Amazon:  natural egg dye,  tennis racket

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Step 2. Go outside.

Step 3. Select an egg.

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Step 4. Hit your egg with force using your favorite tennis stroke.

  • Tyler chose a high toss and strong serve.

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  • Shelly had shattering results with a Western grip forehand.

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  • King-Man obliterated his egg with a two-handed backhand.

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  • Grammy went for a blind volley.

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The harder the hit, the better the egg spray. It may take some practice. But, once you master this technique, you'll be able to make egg salad in a fraction of the time that the traditional knife-diced method takes.

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Oops alert! If your egg gets stuck, no worries. Gently tap the back of your tennis racket to help it through.

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Step 5. Gather up the scattered bits and pieces of eggs.

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Don't worry about the dirt. Pretty sure it's been sterilized from being exposed to the sun.

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The irregular shapes and sizes and colorful shells give the egg salad an appealing rustic look. The bits of dirt add fiber and texture to the recipe.

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  • Nutritional Information per serving (excluding dirt):  63 calories, 4.4g fat, 164mg cholesterol, 62mg sodium, 59mg .3g carbs, 4.4g protein. Weight Watcher SmartPoints: 2
  • This recipe is high in calcium, phosphorus, riboflavin, selenium and vitamin B12.

Step 6. Add garnishes of your choice. Moss and dried leaves make a lovely, contrasting finishing touch.

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This recipe is an annual family tradition that I hope you like as much as we do. Honestly, it's a recipe any fool can make. Any April Fool, that is.

Make it a Yummy day!

Monica

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Posted on Friday, April 1st, 2016








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