Condiments to Put on Hard Boiled Eggs

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Spice up your boring hard-boiled eggs for a tasty treat, dress them up for your taste buds and create a not-so-boring snack or addition to your morning breakfast by adding condiments. From mild to hot, or savory to sweet, there's a condiment you can use to make your eggs more tasty. Combine spices and herbs to complete a brand new, mouthwatering boiled egg that is sure to please any foodie and may be the next big thing added to you dinner-party appetizer menu.

Mayonnaise

  • Spread creamy mayonnaise onto a hard-boiled egg, then salt and pepper to taste. Or hollow out the hard, yellow yolk and mix in a bowl with 3 tsp. of mayonnaise, then fill the center back in with the mix and top it with paprika for a devilish-style snack.

Mustard

  • Spice up eggs for a tangy treat by spreading yellow or granary mustard onto a halved, hard-boiled egg. Use just a small squeeze, or if you love mustard, spread it on heavily with a knife. Add a dash of black pepper for extra spice.

Brown Sauces

  • Give your hard-boiled eggs an English twist with the combined flavors of anchovies, shallots, garlic, soy sauce, tamarind, salt and vinegar by dipping them in the dark-brown fermented favorite Worcestershire sauce. Or add a dash of plain soy sauce to hard-boiled eggs for a taste of Asia. Top the egg with sesame seeds for extra Asian fusion.

Hot Sauce

  • Spice up hard boiled eggs with hot sauce. Try habenero, green chili or even salsa verde for an authentic Southwestern-style flare. Sprinkle red pepper flakes or jalapeno slices for extra-hot eggs.

Truffle Oil

  • Drizzle hard-boiled eggs with truffle oil for a mild, savory flavor of mushrooms for a protein power snack. Truffle oil is a high-quality olive oil infused with either white or black truffle mushrooms that presents an earthy mushroom flavor; it is meant to be drizzled on food and not used to cook.

Apple-Cider Vinegar

  • Pickle your hard-boiled eggs with a dash or spoonful of apple-cider vinegar. Salt and pepper to taste for a quick-and-easy pickled egg.

Sour Cream

  • Whip up a sour cream treat by topping hard-boiled eggs with sour cream. Then, dash with cracked black pepper and chives to taste.

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