Drain the water off of the eggs, then shake the pan with the eggs in it to crack the shells, pour some cold water over them to stop the cooking process. Let sit for a few minutes, drain them again, peel the eggs and place them in a bowl.
Mash the eggs,
add some salt and pepper, some of the Miracle Whip, about a teaspoon per egg, some minced green onions, I used a small bunch for these eggs. You just want it moistened, not gloppy. I didn't measure the Miracle Whip, just added a little at a time.
Then mound them on some good quality rolls, sourdough hoagie rolls are best if you can get them.
Top with grated cheese, and a little paprika, place them under the broiler until the cheese melts and becomes bubbly. Serve, and stand out of the way. (just kidding, but they are good).
|The Egg Rolls, right in the middle, kinda yellow looking here, light wasn't all that great.|
And Boat Club was very well attended this month. We had a wide variety of dishes,
a couple of pasta dishes,
Fried Chicken, roast chicken, a rice and chicken dish,
some wonderful homemade Hummus, a few desserts,
my Eggrolls, a couple of different Devilled Eggs, Beans and I don't remember all the rest of it. I didn't get pictures of all of it, what I do know is that we ran out of counter space for all the food.
We had a great time, and I will be posting the recipe for Layer Cake a little later, ( I need to convert it to English measures. It's all by weight and volume at the moment.)