Meatless Monday: 4 Hard-Boiled Egg Recipes


Yesterday, you probably had at least a dozen hard-boiled eggs hidden all over your garden. Today, they’re in your fridge… it’s time for some hard-boiled egg recipes. Luckily, we’ve got just the thing for you, with four of the very best meatless hard-boiled egg recipes from around the web. You won’t get tired of hard-boiled eggs with these delicious recipes.

deviled eggs

Image: Steven Depolo

First off, consider a classic appetizer: deviled eggs. Here at Organic Authority, ours are spiced up with curry or fresh herbs, for a variation on the classic. Serve them as an appetizer, or make a few alongside a salad for a light lunch.

doro wot

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Doro Wat is a spiced tomato stew, served in Ethiopia. Traditional versions include chicken, but this vegetarian recipe substitutes soy for chicken and the deeply flavored boiled eggs add a unique flavor to the stew. If you’re not a fan of soy-based meat substitutes, you could also serve the eggs with another traditional Ethiopian dish, like lentils stewed in the same sauce.

deviled eggs

image: Tavallai 

Egg salad is a fantastic vegetarian sandwich option, with a ton of variations. This sandwich is packed with protein, which will help you stay fuller longer. And with add-ins like jalapeño, herbs and spices to choose from, you’ll never get bored.

lemongrass curry

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For a vegetarian fusion curry, eggs are combined with both Thai and Indian flavors. This lemongrass egg curry is a delight–a perfect meatless meal, and especially considering the not-so-springlike weather we’ve been experiencing so far this season, it’s a great, seasonal way to use up those extra hard-boiled eggs.

Top image: Bob Jagendorf

Emily Monaco
Emily Monaco

Emily Monaco is an American writer based in Paris. She is particularly interested in the ways in which the stories of one person, one ingredient, one tradition can illustrate differences and similarities in international food culture. Her work has been published in the Wall Street Journal, Paste Magazine, and Serious Eats. Twitter: @emiglia |