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This was a fun salad to try! Not sure if I would put deviled eggs in a salad again, but they were very good. Thank you for posting!
I scaled the recipe down for one, totally enjoyed all the flavors! I used veggie bacon bits. Thanks Annacia!
This was a terrific salad! The dill brought a unique taste that went well with the eggs and I loved the vinaigrette. I reduced this to 1 serving (except the dressing, which I made the full amount of) and left out the green onions. This salad made a delightful light lunch - thanks for posting the recipe!
I adore this salad! I haven't used a lot of dill in my lifetime, and wouldn't have made a vinaigrette with it had I not seen this interesting salad recipe. The dill brings a dominant, powerful zing to this crisp, full flavored salad. All the ingredients are likely to be in your house, so, why not make this dill flavored Deviled Egg Salad anytime? Delicious!
Nice flavors in this salad. I did cut the recipe back to serve 2, but made the complete dressing and omitted the hot peper sauce. I can't handle too much heat. Made for Adopt an Orphaned Tag '07.:)
Very good. I made 1/2 recipe of the salad, but a whole recipe of the vinaigrette. The dressing was really what attracted me to this one. This past weekend, I had the salad as written, except vegetarian bacon-flavored bits from the health food store, and enjoyed it. Later I used the leftover dressing for a salad I made up of lettuce, tuna, chopped celery and chopped red onions and that was great, too!
ill admit when i picked this recipie i thought it was more of a cross between egg salad and deviled eggs, and the dill vinagrette intreigued me. i ommited the lettuce pepper and bacon, as i was making it as quick snack for one. DBF said the sauce was a wonderful touch, will make again so i can try out the dressing on a salad too