Open-Faced Egg Salad Sandwich with Bacon and Chives
I made my kids this open-faced egg salad sandwich for their after-school snack yesterday. It was super easy to whip up and it used up leftover chives from dinner the night before and a piece of bacon from breakfast. The kids both gobbled up their half and thought it was tasty.
How to Make an Open-Faced Egg Salad Sandwich with Bacon and Chives
Prepare the hard-boiled eggs. Click here for the recipe.
Peel two eggs then place them in a bowl. Add the mayonnaise, pinch of dried mustard, a dash of cayenne, and season with sea salt and freshly cracked pepper, to taste. Mash with a fork until well combined. Taste and add more mayonnaise or seasonings, if needed.
Toast the bagel. Lay some mixed greens on the toasted bagel halves then scoop the egg salad equally on each half. Sprinkle the top with bacon bits and fresh chives. Serve immediately. Enjoy.
Look really delicious Pam .
This is a very colorful and tasty topping for bagels, it makes a great and quick lunch 🙂
I like sweet pickle relish in my egg salad for extra flavor. Bacon and chive topping is truly inspired!
This is great for any meal!
I usually don’t add bacon to my egg salad, but I’m going to start. What a great idea! Wonderful looking sandwiches — thanks.
looks like my kind of snack! as if getting out of school isn’t exciting enough, your kids always seem to have something tasty waiting for them at home. 🙂
Absolutely fabulous Pam.
Love every single bit of everything that bagel is topped with, including the bagel itself of course.
Oh I would love this – bagel, eggs and bacon – heaven.
Like your kids, I would have gobbled them up as well.
I could do with this for breakfast
These egg salad sandwiches look amazing. Thus would also be great on marbled rye, toasted. Can’t wait to do these for a brunch. THANKS