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We have an abundance of fresh eggs from our chickens, so I decided to make this egg salad for lunch. At first I made as directed except I used fresh tomato in place of the sun dried because of personal preference. After trying a bite I added more dill. I still felt it was a little to bland, so I added roughly one tsp. of prepared mustard to the mixture. My kids really enjoyed this egg salad over the typical mayonnaise based variety. Thanks for posting Lalaloula. Made and reviewed for the 61st AUSSIE/NZ Recipe Swap.

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Chef Buggsy Mate February 02, 2012

This was made using 2 large eggs. It was served on a split toasted bagel and made a delicious breakfast. Made for Aussie Swap.

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PaulaG August 15, 2011

As usual, we enjoyed a Lalaloula recipe! I felt like having sandwiches for supper tonight and this was one of our fillings. It's really good and we liked the sun-dried tomatoes. I used about half low fat mayo so the cream cheese wouldn't be too rich on a sandwich. Made for Went To The Market tag game. Thanks Lalaloula! :)

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Nif April 18, 2011

I more or less eyeballed the ingredients, using some whipped cream cheese, which made it easy to mix together. I would snip the dried tomato into smaller bits next time, and maybe add a tiny bit of dijon, but otherwise this made a very tasty sandwich.

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duonyte January 24, 2011

I tried this first by itself, and then decided to put it on whole wheatberry bread. I added no fat mayo and some spicy brown mustard. Took a bite, and decided I needed to add some dill pickles too....also added some lettuce to the mix. I enjoyed this, and it had a unique taste. Used cherry tomatoes diced up because I didn't have any sun-dried, and have never been a big fan of them. This is a nice change to my usual egg salad. Thanks for sharing!

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breezermom December 03, 2010

I made a double recipe and made the DM a regular sandwich with some crispy iceberg lettuce and myself a open sandwich. I did not have any sun-dried tomatoes but was able to pick some lovely sweet cherry tomatoes off the vine so chopped up 8 of those and put in with ultra light cream cheese and was a little heavy handed with the dill and between both sandwiches used just over half of the mix but sure the DS will be quick in gobbling up the rest. Thank you Lalaloula, made for Potluck Tag.

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I'mPat November 24, 2010

I was completely expecting not to like this mainly because in the United States it is against the law to prepare egg salad sandwich without mayonnaise. But, I threw caution to the wind and was pleasantly surprised by the flavor combination. I did use sun dried toms packed in oil as that is all I had on hand and added baby arugula leaves to the sandwich to "bulk" it out. Local cream cheese, Oregon-made bread, fresh dill. Nice. Super easy for a quick snack or meal. Reviewed for Veg Tag September.

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COOKGIRl September 15, 2010
Easy Egg Salad With Cream Cheese