Nearly 200 million eggs are purchased for Easter celebrations in the United States every year, according to the American Egg Board. That’s a lot of leftover eggs for inspiration. So, after all the egg hunts, decorating and celebrations subside ... turn to these recipes, from chefs, bloggers and food enthusiasts across the web for excellent new ways to transform all those leftover hard-boiled eggs.
Salmorejo ~ A flavorful Spanish soup comprised of bread and tomatoes garnished with prosciutto and diced eggs.
Parisian Tuna Sandwiches ~ Brings back memories of lunching around Paris. Fresh baguette layered with tuna, egg, tomato, olives, anchovies and arugula.
Tuscan Kale Caesar Salad ~ Try this hearty Caesar salad made with kale and finely sieved eggs.
Breakfast Pizza ~ Leftover pizza topped with slices of hard-boiled egg, fresh dill and hot sauce of choice.
Open Faced Sandwich with Avocado, Egg and Smoked Salmon ~ A simple, beautiful breakfast or light lunch.
Oven-baked Scotch Eggs ~ Eggs wrapped in pork sausage, coated in breadcrumbs and baked until crispy.
Buffalo Chicken Deviled Eggs ~ Every food magazine and website out there is offering their own spin of deviled eggs. Here’s one to get started with.
Article originally appeared on The Town Dish.
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