2. In Salads - Thinly sliced or diced hard boiled eggs really round out a leafy green salad, but also think about adding them to pasta salads or salads made with whole grains. If you have leftover ham, add that to the salad, too!
3. Deviled Eggs - Another classic and a great afternoon snack. If you don't want to use mayo to make the creamy filling, try yogurt or sour cream.
4. In a Breakfast Burrito - We normally used scrambled eggs in our breakfast burrito, but with so many hard boiled eggs leftover, we won't be choosy! Besides eggs, we add beans, rice, cheese, and fresh vegetables to our burritos. This is a great breakfast-for-dinner meal, too!
5. In a Stir-fry - Pad thai and fried rice are inspiration for this one! We like to chop the egg into fairly large pieces so they can stand up to the other ingredients. Add the egg at the very end of cooking or just fold it into the finished dish - you only need to warm the eggs through and any prolonged cooking will make them rubbery.
6. Pickled Eggs - You can make your own pickling solution by heating vinegar, water, a bit of sugar, and some spices. Pour this over the eggs while its still hot and store in an air-tight container in the fridge. You can also reuse old pickle juice for a quick brine! These aren't technically preserved, so they'll only last a week or two in the fridge.
7. With Wilted Greens - Hard boiled eggs pair very well with the slightly bitter flavor of winter greens. Cook a little garlic, wilt the greens down, and season them liberally with salt and hot sauce. Fold in the chopped eggs and cook just long enough so the eggs are heated through. This makes a great side dish.
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