Sure, your Easter eggs  might be colored bright pink or have flower stickers on them, but that doesn't mean you have to toss them out after the day's festivities. Whip up delicious dishes with these ideas for preparing them — grated, stuffed, you name it.
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There are so many rich flavors (think fish and spices) in a salmon kedgeree recipe  that the addition of hard-boiled egg balances it out; it's also one of the reasons why the British-Indian breakfast favorite is often considered a comfort food.
Asparagus With Grated Egg and Vinaigrette
Nope, that's not cheese on top of the asparagus. Grating — yes, grating — eggs is a crucial step in making this asparagus vinaigrette  that's just perfect for Spring.
There's no doubt that stuffed tomatoes make a great party appetizer. Next time you throw a fete, consider a dish like this relleno recipe ; it calls for tuna, mayonnaise, garlic, parsley, and chopped hard-boiled egg and is guaranteed to be a hit.
While we're of the mindset that you could add hard-boiled eggs to just about any salad, they go especially well with salad nicoise, which hails from Nice, France. Make your own by mixing together tuna, baby spinach, green beans, potatoes, plum tomatoes, red onion, and a mustard dressing.
One of the best things about hard-boiled eggs is that you can simply add — not mix — them to a variety of dishes for a welcome texture and flavor. Top potato salad  (or a macaroni salad) with eggs sprinkled with paprika for that extra oomph.
Simple yet satisfying, egg salad  is a classic for a reason. We like it as the star of an open-faced sandwich (aka a tartine), but this recipe is so versatile that it can be eaten however you like.
Don't let this Indian egg curry recipe  intimidate you — it's easier to make than you think. Learn how to put it together, and let the texture and flavor of the whites and yolk surprise you in the best way possible.
Sweet and Spicy Deviled Eggs
There's just something about a basic deviled eggs recipe  that's always a crowd-pleaser. Maybe it's the way the simple ingredients come together for a rich taste, but all you need to perfect it is honey Dijon mustard, cayenne pepper, mayo, and, of course, hard-boiled eggs.