Eggless Egg Salad

Eggless Egg Salad
Here’s a recipe I came up with after trying the eggless egg salad from Trader Joe’s. Theirs is pretty good, but doesn’t compare with good ol’ homemade.

Eggless Egg Salad Ingredients

  • Organic Firm Tofu – one package
  • Celery – half stalk plus leaves
  • Shallot – one small clove
  • Dill (fresh) – 1/2 t. or (dried) – 1/4 t.
  • Turmeric – 1/2 t.
  • Dijon Mustard – 1 t.
  • Dill Pickle Relish – 2 t.
  • Onion Powder – 1/4 t.
  • Garlic Powder – 1/4 t.
  • Cholesterol Free Canola Mayonnaise – 1/4 c.
  • Sea Salt – to taste, use sparingly
  • Smoked Paprika – to garnish

Put one-quarter of the block of tofu in a food processor with all the ingredients listed above except salt and paprika. Blend until combined. Add the remaining three-quarter block of tofu and pulse until mixed but not smooth, keeping a course texture. Taste. Adjust ingredients and salt to your liking. Add more turmeric if it needs more authentic egg salad color.

Serve on toasted whole wheat & flax bread.
Here’s to a Healthy 2010!
And to a Healthy Heart!

26 thoughts on “Eggless Egg Salad”

  1. Good for you for lowering your cholesterol. What a significant change. Moderation is the key to all of life it seems.

  2. I have a HB problem, and have to limit my salting food while cooking, but I love egg salad. I have not however made it in years, but this has me drooling, so I am going to try it. My clients eat vegetarian and I know they will love me passing on your recipe, so Thanks!

  3. You need to use black salt if you want it to taste like your favourite. Black salt mimics the smell of hard boiled eggs. Try it with black salt next time which also goes by the name Kala Namak

  4. caribbeanvegan – that is so good to know! Thank you!
    I will definitely look for that salt. So glad I found your blog (through Cynthia), I will learn a lot of good vegan techniques I think.

  5. WOW! Congrats and way too go!
    This looks wonderful. My dad suffers from high cholesterol so I'll try this and share it with him! Thanks for sharing your new passion!

  6. I'm on a cholesterol-lowering journey too. Oatmeal, lots of veggies, omega 3 supplements and less eggs and oil (even the good one).

  7. WOW That is one BIG change!
    Have you tried Tempeh?
    Fun and interesting..
    Bon chance on the good works

  8. Good for you LL, I too have been eating way smaller potions and more vegetarian dishes during the week. Looking forward to all your upcoming posts!

  9. DId you know that I wanted eggless salad so much today? I did not have a recipe and I had boiled some eggs for my husband since he is not vegan. I made himthe traditional salad but I made myself something else. I could have had this recipe! Thanks! I am going to try this soon!

  10. I would have never thought of using tofu in a salad like this. Great job on your lifestyle change – and keep these kind of yummy treats coming!

  11. I am ashamed to admit that I have bought tofu once and then could not get my mind around eating it…. this egg salad however looks so good and I have to check my cholesterol as well!!!

  12. I had to wonder when I saw the title, and of course, tofu is the answer! This looks delicious, and as a life long egg salad fan, I would welcome a serving of this!

  13. You know – I'm going to try this. Today. I am also trying to lower my cholesterol without drugs – and I just do without. Not always happily. This truly looks scrumptious and I do love tofu. So versatile.

  14. Ooh, nice. I don't mind tofu so I might have to give this a try. (Extra points for not using egg substitute 🙂

  15. What a great recipe! I recently developed an egg allergy which has been horrible. I so miss eggsalad and hopefully this will fill a void =)

  16. This looks really, really good, LL. As much as I like deviled eggs, I've never been fond of egg salad. This recipe is just the thing for me. Thanks!

  17. OOO I may have to try that out. I have been on the TJ eggless kick for a month now, I keep eating it! 🙂

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