I love it!
First of all I am not giving this review stars because of my substitutions. Still, it was a more than 5 * recipe to me. I did halve the recipe, using 3 eggs. I used unsalted butter, mayonnaise (not Miracle Whip), Johnny's seasoning salt, garlic powder, celery seed and dill weed. I left out the regular salt and even with using garlic powder and celery seed, it was plenty salty and seasoned for me. I did enjoy this with saltine crackers and Triscuits. I prefer egg salad, tuna salad and chicken salad with crackers. I will make this again, using Lawry's Seasoned Salt and celery salt, but my other substitutions will be repeated. I really love this recipe and fully expect to still love it when I prepare it again. Yummy! Thanks Charlotte J!
very good. I didn't have relish or dill or celery salt. I only used 2 tablespoons butter but really shouldn't have used any--waste of calories. Used mayo because no miracle whip on hand. Added 2 green onions, half a teaspoon of mustard powder, some celery seed & chopped jalapenos (to help make up for the missing dill). It was very runny--maybe cuz I didn't chill it. Maybe cuz the butter, but it was tasty.
This was deeee-licious! We are used to egg salad being bland, and this had just the right flavors. I did add a very small amount of chopped onion, but nothing else. Thank you, Charlotte J, for sharing this recipe.
this was too oily and buttery for my taste.
This was really good. I made it before reading more than 3 reviews. I eyeballed the Hellman's Light Mayo (out of personal preference), cut back a bit on the butter and added called for amounts of table salt and Lawry's. When it came to the celery salt and garlic salt, I was getting antsy about adding more salt, so I omitted the celery salt and did a slight sprinkle of garlic salt. I did the same light shake with dried dill.
I added chopped celery and a good amount of chopped onion, as well as some freshly ground pepper. The other optional ingredients, I don't personally care for. Piled high on superfresh local bakery bread, and it was heaven to eat and held together nicely without oozing out the sides. I am looking forward to it tomorrow as well, and I'm sure it might be even better, if that's possible. Yummy!
A great, flexible recipe! Added horse radish, extra butter, horse radish mustard, and dill relish. YUM.
Exelent! It definently a keeper for my family! I used mayonaise because that it what I had on hand.