This egg salad with dill is both flavorful and low carb. The herb dill goes well with both eggs and mayonnaise. It also doesn’t clash with any of the usual things egg salad is served with.
I think this easy egg salad recipe, sort of tastes like spring myself.
Easy Egg Salad with Dill Recipe: Inexpensive Protein
I will boil up a dozen eggs every few weeks, and we add them to garden salads, eat a few on the fly and I’ll make a small batch of egg salad with dill as well. I love dill, it tastes like spring to me.
An easy egg salad like this is an inexpensive way to add protein to your diet. The recipe is great for those of us who are eating mostly organic, keto or simply low carb and low sugar.
As long as you use real mayonnaise, not a sweetened whip, the recipe is keto compliant.
Dill Egg Salad: The Herb Boost
Dill even dried has such a fresh taste. It nearly screams spring as you bite into it and the smooth flavor teams up perfectly with both eggs and mayonnaise.
While dried dill was used in this particular egg salad for convenience sake, fresh works just as well, if not better.
If you are not watching carbs you will still find adding dill weed will elevate you egg salad sandwich.
What you Need to Make Egg Salad with Dill
See the printable recipe card below for ingredient measures, that can be adjusted by number of desired servings prior to printing.
- large hard boiled eggs
- dry dill weed
- salt & pepper to taste
Egg Salad with Dill, Perfect for Leftover Easter Eggs
As you can imagine leftover Easter eggs are not a big deal in my house, we eat them up. Many are not as accustomed to having hard boiled eggs on hand, and an easy egg salad like this is a tasty simple way to enjoy them. Why not whip up a batch with your leftover Easter eggs 😀
Inexpensive Cold Keto Recipes
Here are a few more low cost keto recipes that are served cold. They are great for low carb summer meals.
- 6 large hard boiled eggs
- 1/4 cup mayonnaise I used Hellmann's Light
- 1/2 tsp dry dill weed
- salt & pepper to taste
- Peel the eggs and rinse off any shell.
- Chop the eggs.
- Mix the ingredients with a fork, mashing down with the tines occasionally to break up the yolk and whites.
- Serve over salad, on sandwich, or with crackers.
While dry dill has been used in this recipe, fresh dill can be used instead. You will need more freshly chopped dill than dried though. Try a 1/2 tablespoon and add a little more if you like.