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Eggs in 5 ways – simple variation for Easter: stuffed eggs

Eggs in 5 ways – simple variation for Easter: stuffed eggs.

What holidays without stuffed eggs? So, without this dish, Easter would be unthinkable! I will give you the best and easy recipes ever: eggs in 5 ways – simple variation for Easter! These dishes are perfect for  appetizer, or snack, and any kind of occation also, for everyday life.

eggs in 5 ways - simple variation for Easter: stuffed eggs
eggs in 5 ways – simple variation for Easter: stuffed eggs

By the way, what is the meaning of Easter?

EGGS  EGGS  EGGS EGGS EGGS EGGS EGGS ……….

According to Wikipedia, Easter is a Christian festival and is celebrating the resurrection of Jesus. Easter concludes the “Passion of Christ.” It begins with 40 days period of fasting and is reached by the Holy Week, which ends on Easter Sunday.

Easter is a joyous occasion, traditional Easter games, such as egg rolling, egg tapping, confetti eggs, and egg decorating. Many central and eastern European groups, including Albanians, Belarusian, Bulgarians, Hungarians, Germans, Latvians, Lithuanians, Russians, decorate eggs for Easter.

eggs in 5 ways - simple variation for Easter: stuffed eggs
decorated eggs

Throughout the English – speaking world, many Easter traditions are similar with only minor differences: Saturday usually parents and kids decorating Easter eggs and hunting for them with children on Sunday morning. Other traditions – parents are telling their kids that the Easter Bunny delivers eggs and other treats ( chocolate eggs or rabbits, and marshmallow chicks).

eggs in 5 ways - simple variation for Easter: stuffed eggs
decorated eggs

Some families have a traditional Sunday roast, Simnel cake, a fruit cake with eleven marzipan balls, or nut bread, cross buns.

Today, I am willing to give you simple seven egg recipes on how to go out of the box and create something unusual for Easter. There are eggs in 7 ways – simple variation for Easter: for those who don’t have a lot of time to prepare them.

Menu:

  • 1) Eggs stuffed with mushrooms
  • 2) Eggs stuffed with tuna
  • 3) Eggs with cheese
  • 4) Eggs with ham
  • 5) Eggs stuffed with crab sticks

Are you ready to go out of the box?

Eggs stuffed with mushrooms

You need:

Eggs 5

Portabello mushrooms 1 jumbo size or 2 medium

Yellow onions 1/2

Green onions – big a pinch

eggs in 5 ways_ simple variation for Easter: stuffed eggs
stuffed eggs with mushrooms

Mayonnaise 1 tablespoon

Salt a pinch

Black pepper a pinch

Seasoning (any) a pinch

Olive oil a little

Workflow

First, boil eggs around 8-10 minutes. Cool off and peel them.

Second, cut in half and take the yellow part out. Put on the plate for later use.

Third, chop the onion in the little squares, put to the skillet, add a little olive oil ( or any kind), and easy fry them.

Next, chop portabello mushrooms in the small pieces, and add to skillet. Mix with onions and fry a bit.

Then, add chopped green onions, salt and peppers also, seasoning. Cool off.

And, take the fork and crush the egg yolk, add the fried onions and mushrooms also, mayonnaise. Mix everything very well.

After that, place the stuffing in the egg halves, put on the plate, and enjoy eating them.

Eggs stuffed with tuna

Eggs 5

eggs in 5 ways- simple variation for Easter: stuffed eggs
stuffed eggs with tuna

Tuna 1/2 can

Yellow onion ½ medium size

Mayonnaise 2 teaspoons

Cheese shredded 1 oz ( yellow/white American or any kind)

Seasoning (optional) a pinch

Workflow

First, boil eggs for 8-10 min, cool off, peel them, and cut in half. Take yolk out, and put on the plate.

Second, chop onions. Add ½ of tuna can to cut onions, and mix well.

Third, add to the mixture a crushed egg yolk and mayonnaise, and mix well. Add seasoning (optional).

Then, place the stuffing in the egg halves, sprinkle with the shredded cheese and put them on the plate

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Eggs with cheese

Eggs 5

Cheese shredded 4 oz ( Sargento: Havarti, Baby Swiss, or any kind of processed cheese)

Garlic 1 clove, chopped

eggs in 5 ways - simple variation for Easter: stuffed eggs
stuffed eggs with cheese

Mayonnaise 2 teaspoons

Black pepper a pinch

Salt a pinch

Parsley a pinch ( fresh or dried) chopped

Workflow

First, boil eggs for 8-10 min, cool off, and peel them. Cut in half and separate egg yolk from whites.

Second, chop garlic and add shredded cheese. Also, add chopped parsley, salt and pepper, and mayonnaise.

Then, add smashed egg yolk, and mix all ingredients well.

After that, place the stuffing in the egg halves, and put them on the plate.

Eggs with ham

Eggs 5

Cheese ½ cup, shredded ( any kind of processed cheese)

eggs in 5 ways - simple variation for Easter: stuffed eggs
eggs stuffed with ham

Ham ¼ cup, cut in squares

Mayonnaise 1 teaspoon

Workflow

First, boil eggs for 8-10 min, cool off, and peel them. Cut in half and separate yolk and whites.

Second, crush egg yolk, add shredded cheese, and mayonnaise. Mix well.

Third, fill in the mixed egg yolk, cheese, and mayonnaise to the egg whites.

Then, sprinkle ham squares on the top of stuffed eggs and place them on the plate.

Eggs stuffed with crab sticks

Eggs 5

Cheese ½ cup shredded ( processed)

Crab sticks 4

Mayonnaise 1 teaspoon

Workflow

First, boil eggs for 8-10 min, cool off, and peel them. Cut in half and separate egg yolk and whites.

Second, take the yolk and crush them, add shredded cheese, and chopped crab sticks. Add mayonnaise and mix well.

Then, put the stuffing into egg whites and serve on the plate.

Conclusion:

Pros:
  • 1) All these recipes I gave you are straightforward to prepare;
  • 2) It takes only 15 minutes of your working time.
  • 3) The recipes are different from typical deviled eggs but in super great taste.
  • 4) Perfect for any occasion, especially Easter.
  • 5) Stuffed eggs can stay in the refrigerator for two days.
Cons:

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Tips:

  • 1) Chill boiled eggs in the bowl full of ice; they peel better.
  • 2) You can substitute salt and black pepper into any kind of seasoning; garlic – into garlic powder; onion – into onion powder.

Happy Easter, everyone!

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Jidrone Paliskis

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