Smoked Egg Salad Sandwich

Smoked egg salad is a simple yet delicious way to use your smoked eggs. You can make a batch of them and eat yummy sandwiches all week!

Just make sure you have enough of your favorite type of bread, whether it be sourdough, French stick or plain white bread. 

Smoking can be quite a process so making a big batch is a good way to ensure you have lots of leftovers! I bet that this smoked egg salad recipe will impressive everyone from neighbours, friends and even your kids! 

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Why You’ll Love This Smoked Egg Salad Sandwich Recipe

It’s a fun twist on a classic recipe. It’s pretty easy to make a big batch of it that you can eat all week long!

Plus can tweak the recipe however you like, add more mayo or chives if your enjoy them!

There are so many reasons to like this recipe. Now just go ahead and make it!

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What You’ll Need to For Smoked Egg Salad Sandwich

Eggs
Mayo
Dijon Mustard
Grainy Mustard
Diced Pickles
Sliced White Bread, Sourdough, or A French Stick
Parsley to Garnish

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How to Make Smoked Egg Salad

Step 1: Preheat the Smoker

  • Preheat the smoker to 225°F with the lid closed.

Step 2: Smoke the Eggs

  • Smoke the raw eggs by putting them into a smoker at 225°F for an hour or on the indirect zone of a smoky grill. Then drop them in cold water with some ice to cool down.
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Step 3: Prepare the Egg Salad

Once cooled, peel the eggs. In a bowl combine mayo, mustard, diced pickles, and the smoked eggs. Use a potato masher to mash everything until combined.

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Step 4: Make the Sandwiches

  • Scoop the egg salad to a piece of bread and top it with another slice of bread and garnish with fresh parsley
  • You can toast the bread in the pellet smoker if you’d like.
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What Temperature to Smoked The Eggs At?

Smoke the hard-boiled eggs at 165°F. This is enough to give them extra smoke flavor without overcooking them.

This is also a good temperature to heat the bread. It’s warm enough to warm up the bread without drying it out or burning it.

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What Internal Temperature You Need to Reach for Smoked Egg Salad Sandwich

As long as the eggs are hard-boiled, there’s no temperature you need to reach.

Egg salad is best eaten cold so you might want to refrigerate it before you eat it.

You should keep egg salad below 41°F.

How Long to Cook Smoked Egg Salad Sandwich

It takes about 7 minutes to hard-boil eggs. And we’ll smoke the hardboiled eggs for about 30 minutes.

You’ll need extra time to let the eggs cool before you peel them.

Otherwise, you’ll just need a few minutes to mix the ingredients.

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What To Serve With Smoked Egg Salad Sandwich

Egg salad sandwiches pair well with many side dishes:

What’s the Best Bread for Smoked Egg Salad Sandwich?

There are so many good breads out there, but choose your favorite kind for this sandwich.

You can use buns, rolls, or even sliced bread. Garlic bread, ciabatta buns, and brioche rolls are all good options.

Heat them in the pellet grill for extra smoky flavor and warm bread!

Looking for More Sandwich Recipes?

There is nothing like a good sandwich, here are some of my favorties

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Egg Salad Sandwich

Smoked Meatball Sub

Smoked Grilled Cheese

Smoky Cuban Sandwich

Smashed Meatball Sub

What Are Some Good Variations for Smoked Egg Salad Sandwich?

You can add almost anything to your egg salad. Traditional egg salads come with a wide range of ingredients. Some people like to add garlic powder, onion powder, or other spices. Fresh dill is also a great option!

If you’re concerned about your cholesterol intake, remove the egg yolks. You can use only the egg whites for this recipe. Chop up any vegetable that you like and mix it in. Bell peppers, relish, and jalapenos are all good options.

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How to Store Leftover Smoked Egg Salad Sandwich

Store leftover egg salad in an airtight container in the refrigerator for up to a week.

You can freeze egg salad for 1-2 months. Just be sure you put it in a freezer-proof container.

Our Favorite Wood Chips for Smoked Egg Salad Sandwich

If you prefer a stronger smoke flavor try hickory or oak wood chips or if you want something more mild, try maple or apple.

The wood chips you use depend on personal preference. What do you want the final product to taste like?

If you love a good egg salad sandwich, you’ll love this recipe. It’s such a fun way to amp up your weekday lunches! You can even double or triple the recipe if you plan to freeze it. This will make it well worth the effort!

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Smoked Egg Salad Sandwich

Charlie
Smoked egg salad is a simple yet delicious way to use your smoked eggs. You can make a batch of them and eat yummy sandwiches all week!
Cook Time 20 minutes
Total Time 20 minutes
Course Appetizer, Breakfast, Dinner, lunch, main, Main Course, Side Dish, Snack
Cuisine American, Barbecue, bbq, dinner, grill, lunch
Servings 4 servings
Calories 362 kcal

Equipment

  • 1 Smoker

Ingredients
  

  • 6 whole Eggs
  • 1/4 cup Mayo
  • 1/2 tbsp Dijon Mustard
  • 1/4 tsp Grainy Mustard
  • 1 tbsp diced Pickles
  • 8 slices Sliced White Bread Sourdough, or A French Stick
  • 1 tbsp Parsley to Garnish

Instructions
 

Step 1: Preheat the Smoker

  • Preheat the smoker to 225°F with the lid closed.

Step 2: Smoke the Eggs

  • Smoke the raw eggs by putting them into a smoker at 225°F for an hour or on the indirect zone of a smoky grill. Then drop them in cold water with some ice to cool down.

Step 3: Prepare the Egg Salad

  • Once cooled, peel the eggs. In a bowl combine mayo, mustard, diced pickles, and the smoked eggs. Use a potato masher to mash everything until combined.

Step 4: Make the Sandwiches

  • Scoop the egg salad to a piece of bread and top it with another slice of bread and garnish with fresh parsley
  • You can toast the bread in the pellet smoker if you’d like.
Keyword Smoked Eggs

Smoke On!

Charlie

Hi, I’m Charlie, I have been meat-smoking and grilling for the past 15 years. I have an array of different smokers, thermometers, and have a love for finding the right wood and charcoal combo My favourite recipes are my EXTRA CRISPY smoked pork belly, juicy pulled pork, smoked brisket, duck poppers, and ANY SEAFOOD I grill).

I loves sharing his tips with beginners, helping them navigate the world of smoking. I find it’s not just about cooking; it’s a quest for that perfect smoky flavor.

You will usually find me playing with the kids, perfecting my brisket bark, or sipping beers with boys around the fire. Can’t wait to share all my delicious smoking and grilling recipes with you!

You can read more about me on our About Us page.

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