When you use your Instant Pot to hard boil a dozen or more eggs the day before vacation, what do you do? Why, you take the eggs with you in the ice chest. Then what do you do?
At the beginning of the week we had a few eggs chopped into green salad. After that we ate out a couple of lunches so the eggs were aging in the refrigerator so something had to be done.
This morning I peeled the eggs, rinsed off the egg shells, then chopped the eggs on the cutting board I had purchased at Goodwill thrift store (which was conveniently close right across the street from our resort!!) and tossed them into a bowl. I mashed them up somewhat with a fork. We had some celery and some small onions so I chopped both celery and onion and tossed into the bowl. Next I squirted in a couple of tablespoons of mayonnaise, at least the same amount of mustard, and a good 2-3 tablespoons of sweet pickle relish.
After stirring everything together I tasted it. Too bland, SO I added in some Garden Harvest Seasoning. Quite a bit, actually. After blending well I scooped some onto a nice crispy red leaf lettuce leaf, folded it over, and ate it.
That was a mistake...to eat it right then. The harvest seasoning actually needs to soften up in the egg salad overnight. If not, you feel the "grit" in your teeth. That really puts you off the egg salad.
However...the next morning things were different. There was no grit. Sadly, we still needed tiny bit of salt to make this fun to eat.
Tomorrow I plant to scoop some into a luscious tomato for lunch. Or maybe breakfast...