Egg Salad Sammies

Egg Salad Sammies
Quick and easy, classic Egg Salad Sammies are perfect for your next graduation party!

Even if you think Egg Salad can be a little out of the ordinary for a graduation party side, it’s really not! Grab some rolls or buns and toss on some egg salad to make  yourself Egg Salad Sammies… of course sammies refer to sandwiches! The nice thing with these are you can make them ahead of time and their perfectly sized for individual servings.

So for that next graduation party you’re planning… don’t be afraid to add these Egg Salad Sammies to your menu. Trust me, there will be people who appreciate them as they’re a very popular favorite sandwich of many folks

Ohh… this recipe only serves 4-6, but it will easily double, triple, quadruple or how many ever people you’re wanting to serve.

PS. Don’t mind my horrible ability to cut a roll without smashing it it still tastes the same ha!

Egg Salad Sammies -- From Gate to Plate #graduationparty

Egg Salad Sammies

Serves 5


  1. 6 boiled eggs, peeled
  2. 2 tablespoons mayonnaise
  3. 1 teaspoon mustard
  4. 1 teaspoon relish (or simply use pickle juice–dill/kosher)
  5. To Taste salt
  6. To Taste pepper
  7. 1 green onion (tops), sliced no larger than 1/2″
  8. Rolls (I used KING’S Hawaiian Sweet Rolls)


  1. In a bowl, quarter the boiled eggs and chop into 1/2″ chunks.
  2. Add remaining ingredients, mixing well.
  3. Cut the rolls in half and add the egg salad mixture to the bottom of the roll.
  4. Cover with the lid (top of the roll).
  5. Serve!
  6. Additional options for toppings… leaf lettuce, sliced onion, sliced tomatoes


  1. **This recipe fits my family and friends taste buds… DO NOT BE AFRAID to alter this recipe by adding more or less of any of these ingredients**
  2. **Easily doubles, triples, ect.**
  3. **May use buns instead of rolls… whatever you prefer**

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Eva Rosenberg

Eva Rosenberg

Welcome to Eva's Kitchen where I share my adventures in cooking. My creations may not always turn out Pinterest perfect, but I usually end up with a funny picture or an interesting meal. Thanks for stopping by!


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