10 Reviews

It doesn't get easier than this! DD helped me make it and the little one gave us a hand (she kept tasting it with her fingers) as well. Made for ZWT6

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littlemafia June 23, 2010

Super quick and easy to make. I did use some salt, and spread over toast.

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Studentchef June 06, 2010

Love the proportion and ingredients. I toasted my bread, spread butter on it, peeled and sliced the eggs, laid that on top, sprinkled with salt and served open faced. Yummy

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Nado2003 April 21, 2010

I really LOVED this recipe, and so did DH and DD :) Happiness all around the house! I had a nice helping on warm toast after the gym last night ~ perfect recovery snack or bedtime snack for me, and I would enjoy having this for a quick breakfast. Thanks for the fresh new idea Brenda. Made for PAC Spring 2009!

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FloridaNative April 14, 2009

One of the first things my husband here in finland taught me how to make. Basically the same recipe you posted here. We just mix it all up and add more butter till it looks good. So yummy on rye bread or warm korilean pastries.

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Wobin November 26, 2008

I can see me adding some green olive and maybe some chives chopped fine, in this recipe... One that I will surely try, and I already know I will enjoy!

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Linda's Busy Kitchen June 26, 2007

Great because you can have something as quick as toast and still get some egg protein. I added just a pinch of dill. It great when the toast comes right out and it kind of melts on the toast. Great for kids! Thanx for sharing this.

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*Parsley* June 20, 2007

DH always has granola or cereal ea dy for breakfast b4 he leaves for work, usually w/a boring bagel. So I decided I would make a flavored butter & another spread for bagel bordeom relief. This was an easy-peasy fix for 1 of my efforts. I did add crisp bacon pieces I knew we would both like & found I did not need salt using salted butter w/the bacon, but did add pepper. This is so good, Brenda, & a sure-fire cure for his bagel boredom! This is yet another little recipe w/a big impact. Thx for sharing it w/us.

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twissis March 31, 2007

My daughter and I came across this recipe about 9 years ago. The cookbook we got this from titled it as a polish egg spread for picnic sandwiches. We thought it was a nice change from the usual egg salad spread. We felt it was a little bland so we add fresh chopped chives and a bit of chopped dill from the window box herbs. This is nice on whole grain breads, toasted or crackers

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bshemyshua October 23, 2006

I wasn't sure if this was ment to be done with hot or cold boiled eggs so I plumped for lukewarm. It was very easy to make and was nice on granary bread. As for taste, well it is just boiled egg with a bit of butter so it dosent set the palate alight but I discovered it was really good topped with some grated cheese and grilled for a few mins yum!

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PinkCherryBlossom August 26, 2006
Munavoi- Finnish Egg Butter