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I love the stuff and make it all the time but getting tired of the same ingredients. I chop up fresh scallion, celery, mix with Mayo and fresh ground black pepper. What do you guys add to make it different? I tried it with mixing in some relish as a friend suggested but didn't care for it, that's all I tasted.
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Did you use sweet relish or dill relish? We only use dill relish in all of our salads. Add a little garlic salt also. Instead of relish just dill goes well with it also. Also have seen people add shredded carrot.
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Originally Posted by peacemon View Post
Did you use sweet relish or dill relish? We only use dill relish in all of our salads. Add a little garlic salt also. Instead of relish just dill goes well with it also. Also have seen people add shredded carrot.
I think I used sweet relish, makes sense now. I have some dill, will try it, thanks for the tip.
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Use some chopped red onions and canned kidney beans, like my mom does.
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Originally Posted by PacBlue View Post
Use some chopped red onions and canned kidney beans, like my mom does.
I've used chopped red onion alot and like it but never beans, sounds interesting, I'll try it, thanks.
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try A little paprika
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Add a dash of Celery salt.

Its quite good!
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Originally Posted by thefever View Post
try A little paprika
Yes. Plus cayenne or ground red pepper / chili powder.
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Paprika and eggs, a perfect match!
You can also use Hot Hungarian paprika for a little kick or even smoked paprika for a different taste
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try a dab of sour cream
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Thanks for all the tips, I'll be busy.
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A little mustard!
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Duke's Mayonnaise is the mayo to use, also.
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Originally Posted by crazybeard View Post
yes. Plus cayenne or ground red pepper / chili powder.

oh yea!!!!
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Chopped olives,or jalopeno peppers, a little worcetershire.
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Make as usual, but add some chopped walnuts and diced jalapeno.
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Originally Posted by Mark Y View Post
I love the stuff and make it all the time but getting tired of the same ingredients. I chop up fresh scallion, celery, mix with Mayo and fresh ground black pepper. What do you guys add to make it different? I tried it with mixing in some relish as a friend suggested but didn't care for it, that's all I tasted.
Hard boil the eggs.
Peel them.
Cut in half.
Soak Wood chips for 30 minutes.
Put in a box or foil and on the grill.
Once the grill is smoking....Put eggs on the unlit side of the grill for about 30 minutes.


I have never made egg salad this way, put have made deviled eggs. They
are awesome.
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Some great ideas here boys, will start trying it all on my next batches.
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Any of the following, though obviously not all at once. Celery seed. Tabasco. Crab meat, Smoked salmon, parsley, Worcestershire, smoke the eggs.
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Same as the dill, we cut a pickle up and dice it.

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