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I made this yesterday with sumac, flat leaf parsley, and truly enjoyed it. I cooked the eggs early and the salad took almost no time to put together for lunch. Fresh, healthy and great tasting.

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Annacia April 28, 2013

I wasn't sure what to expect cookgirl, but I enjoyed this egg salad very much. I scaled it back for one person and used curly pasley it was what I had on hand, 2 green onions, good quality extra virgin olive oil, coarse sea salt, fresh ground black pepper and hot paprika . My eggs were in between hard and soft boil, perfect, just the way I like them. I served this with Turkish Flatbread (Pide) Turkish Flatbread (Pide) for a truly wonderful breakfast. Made for NA/ME :)

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Baby Kato September 20, 2012

Very simple and fresh-tasting! I used half flat-leaf and half curley-leaf parsley. I fully hard-boiled the eggs, then immediately peeled and sliced them to eat while they were still very warm. I absolutely loved the sprinkle of sumac. The only thing that I added was a squirt of fresh lemon juice over the salad. This was a fantastic, light and fresh salad. Thanx for posting!

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*Parsley* February 15, 2012

Lovely looking and very good as a part of breakfast. I am partial to Italian flat leaf parsley unless it is a small garnish. I used unrefined extra virgin olive oil, a high quality one like that makes this along with sumac, sea salt plus the rest of the ingredients. I would make this again! Made for FEBRUARY 2012 NA/ME TAG :)

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UmmBinat February 07, 2012
Yumurta Piyazi - Gaziantep/ Turkish-Style Egg Salad