Bacon and Egg Salad

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2013/01/19 13:37:28 (permalink)

Bacon and Egg Salad

Bacon and Egg Salad
1 dozen boiled & peeled eggs
1 pound bacon; crisply fried & broken into ½ inch pieces
Durkee’s Famous Sauce
Your favorite mayo
Horseradish Sauce
Freshly ground black pepper
 
Press eggs through a ½ inch mesh (I use an old fashioned cake batter mixer) into a suitable sized mixing bowl.
Add half a mixture of the Durkee’s sauce, and your mixture of at most ¼ mayo and ¼ horseradish sauce.  (The actual ratio of these ingredients can be altered to your individual taste).
Mix completely but keep the mixture from becoming too smooth.
Taste, add black pepper to taste, and mix lightly again.
Refrigerate at least 8 hours to properly marinate.
 
Enjoy in your favorite sandwich bread or on top of your choice of crackers.  For added zest, top with a small squirt of Sriracha sauce.
 
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    Michael Hoffman
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    Re:Bacon and Egg Salad 2013/01/19 13:57:47 (permalink)
    WOW!

    I want that. And I have the Durkee's Famous Sauce.
     
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    Re:Bacon and Egg Salad 2013/01/19 16:59:50 (permalink)
    Since I"m not an egg lover, I might substitute potato and I'll bet it is still good
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    Re:Bacon and Egg Salad 2013/01/19 17:56:50 (permalink)
    I'm not an egg lover either but it sure sounds good!
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    Re:Bacon and Egg Salad 2013/01/19 18:51:08 (permalink)
    Don't know Durkees. What's the flavor profile?
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    ann peeples
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    Re:Bacon and Egg Salad 2013/01/19 19:34:52 (permalink)
    Kind of a sweet mayo sauce-am I right, people? That sounds good for me, I love eggs. Bob hates eggs, and kinda sweet mayo,( he loves Duke's)so not an option for him. But i would do it for myself.
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    Re:Bacon and Egg Salad 2013/01/19 19:38:43 (permalink)

    Durkee's is becoming increasingly harder to find.
    Everyday new products crop up pushing old standbys off the shelf!
    post edited by Foodbme - 2013/01/19 19:40:24
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    Re:Bacon and Egg Salad 2013/01/19 19:47:01 (permalink)
    I think it's a sort of mustardy mayonnaise sauce.
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    Re:Bacon and Egg Salad 2013/01/19 19:49:15 (permalink)
    Yeah, Mr. Hoffman, forgot about the mustardy taste....
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    Re:Bacon and Egg Salad 2013/01/20 04:12:11 (permalink)
    Foodbme


    Durkee's is becoming increasingly harder to find.
    Everyday new products crop up pushing old standbys off the shelf!
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    post edited by Adjudicator - 2013/01/20 04:16:25
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    Re:Bacon and Egg Salad 2013/01/20 10:05:10 (permalink)
    Press eggs through a ½ inch mesh (I use an old fashioned cake batter mixer) into a suitable sized mixing bowl.
     
    Does this do a quick slicing of the eggs into 1/2 inch chunks? When I first read it, I thought smaller sized grid and thought it would produce a creamy egg mush, but then reread it and saw 1/2 inch. We like our egg salads to be chunky, not creamy...Other than that, this sounds like it tastes really great.
     
    AND before any jokers mention it, yes we know we can get chunkier egg salad if we leave in the shells... NO THANKS, we don't need our daily dose of calcium that way...Stan...
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    Re:Bacon and Egg Salad 2013/01/20 10:07:53 (permalink)
    This sounds really good! Love Durkee's in crab cakes or crab casserole too! I often have Durkee's on hand, but am out of it at the moment. Will try your bacon and egg salad recipe soon. Egg salad is also good on toast for breakfast!
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    Re:Bacon and Egg Salad 2013/01/20 13:10:42 (permalink)
    Michael Hoffman

    WOW!

    I want that. And I have the Durkee's Famous Sauce.


    I thought you didn't like Durkee's Famous Sauce!

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    Re:Bacon and Egg Salad 2013/01/20 13:14:56 (permalink)
    I love Durkee's. It's bacon I don't like.
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    Re:Bacon and Egg Salad 2013/01/20 13:20:56 (permalink)
    It also sounds like a good deviled egg recipe. I know, I know, egg on egg, but great deviled are a treasure!
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    Re:Bacon and Egg Salad 2013/01/20 13:35:27 (permalink)
    Foodbme


    Durkee's is becoming increasingly harder to find.
    Everyday new products crop up pushing old standbys off the shelf!

    I get it at Superfresh in OC

    post edited by ChrisOC - 2013/01/20 13:44:03
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    Re:Bacon and Egg Salad 2013/01/20 14:14:54 (permalink)
    Adjudicator,
    I knew you could by it on-line by the case but a case would last me 5 lifetimes.
    Guess I could put it in the will or let my survivors just fight over it!
    That would be fun to watch!
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    Re:Bacon and Egg Salad 2013/01/20 14:41:21 (permalink)
    seocom

    Press eggs through a ½ inch mesh (I use an old fashioned cake batter mixer) into a suitable sized mixing bowl.

    Does this do a quick slicing of the eggs into 1/2 inch chunks? When I first read it, I thought smaller sized grid and thought it would produce a creamy egg mush, but then reread it and saw 1/2 inch. We like our egg salads to be chunky, not creamy...Other than that, this sounds like it tastes really great.

    AND before any jokers mention it, yes we know we can get chunkier egg salad if we leave in the shells... NO THANKS, we don't need our daily dose of calcium that way...Stan...


    My mistake!  Correctly it should say a 1inch mesh  (old fashioned cake batter mixer).

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    Re:Bacon and Egg Salad 2013/01/20 16:07:36 (permalink)
    Similar to one that I make except no horseradish sauce and I
    add a very small amount of grated onion and celery, some seasoned salt and a very small amount of mustard. Mayo is Dukes.
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    Re:Bacon and Egg Salad 2013/01/21 19:45:32 (permalink)
    So, Durkee's sounds like Miracle Whip with some mustard in it. Just how my mother made her egg salad.
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    Re:Bacon and Egg Salad 2013/01/21 20:16:19 (permalink)
    No. Durkee's Famous Sauce is as much like Miracle Whip as my computer is like the cottonwood trees down the slope from my house.
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    Re:Bacon and Egg Salad 2013/01/21 20:31:10 (permalink)
    Bought some Durkees today at local market for $2.89. Don't know if that is the same as Kroger, guess Kroger sells it. Publix is 30 minutes away. Will spread it and Dukes Mayo on bread tomorrow, add ham and swiss cheese and have my lunch sammich.
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    Re:Bacon and Egg Salad 2013/01/21 20:31:25 (permalink)
    How eloquent.
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    Re:Bacon and Egg Salad 2013/01/21 22:11:57 (permalink)
    Michael Hoffman

    No. Durkee's Famous Sauce is as much like Miracle Whip as my computer is like the cottonwood trees down the slope from my house.
     
     
    I remember when you used to "Bark" on the computer, and the trees have "Bark" so whats you point
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    Re:Bacon and Egg Salad 2013/01/21 22:27:14 (permalink)
    Looks pretty good. When I was younger, and surer of eye, I used to bark squirrels.
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    Re:Bacon and Egg Salad 2013/01/22 10:00:14 (permalink)
    Attn:  lleechef, I spoke to another Roadfooder last week, I can't divulge his name, Hint " It Rhymes with bacon" anyway, we talked about Michael being a bit to darn nice. We both decided we wanted the OLD Michael back. The guy who use to eat hot dogs at Friday night football games and spill mustard all over his jacket. We both knew Michael would clean up well, but, we think you took, it a bit to far. I saw a picture of you and Michael on this site, I think I saw Michael with a smile on his face, What the heck is that about, is he being feed to well, was the smile really gas...We need to know, What did you do with him, the truth will come out sooner or later. We miss the sarcasm, and the wit that we have grown to love.................pnwc
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    Re:Bacon and Egg Salad 2013/01/22 10:27:31 (permalink)
    "Bark squirrels"; Mr Hoffman, there's a term I have not heard in years.
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    Re:Bacon and Egg Salad 2013/01/22 11:42:30 (permalink)
    pnwchef

    Attn:  lleechef, I spoke to another Roadfooder last week, I can't divulge his name, Hint " It Rhymes with bacon" anyway, we talked about Michael being a bit to darn nice. We both decided we wanted the OLD Michael back. The guy who use to eat hot dogs at Friday night football games and spill mustard all over his jacket. We both knew Michael would clean up well, but, we think you took, it a bit to far. I saw a picture of you and Michael on this site, I think I saw Michael with a smile on his face, What the heck is that about, is he being feed to well, was the smile really gas...We need to know, What did you do with him, the truth will come out sooner or later. We miss the sarcasm, and the wit that we have grown to love.................pnwc

    Amen!
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    Re:Bacon and Egg Salad 2013/01/22 12:06:53 (permalink)
    brisketboy

    "Bark squirrels"; Mr Hoffman, there's a term I have not heard in years.

    I haven't tried to do it in years.
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