Soft, fluffy sandwich bread filled with a creamy egg salad filling, and a jammy soft boiled egg. Simple to make, and delicious to eat!
Bring a large pot of water to a boil, with the pot covered. When the water comes to a boil, gently lower the eggs into the water. Set one timer to 6 ½ minutes, and another timer for 10 ½ - 11 minutes.
When the first timer goes off, remove TWO of the eggs and immediately plunge them in cold running water.
When the second timer goes off, immediately plunge the remaining eggs in cold running water to cool them off. (Make sure to not mix up the soft boiled and hard boiled eggs).
When the eggs are cool enough to be handled, carefully peel the soft boiled eggs and set aside for later. Peel the hard boiled eggs to make the egg salad filling (below).
If you have an egg slicer, slice the eggs with the slicer in one direction, then turn the egg in 90° and re-slice. Place the sliced eggs in a bowl. Repeat with all 6 eggs.
If you’re using a knife, slice the eggs thinly on a cutting board. Then slice them again into “batons”. If you prefer smaller pieces of egg, you can chop them further in the opposite direction (see images in the post). Repeat with all 6 eggs. Place the chopped eggs in the bowl.
Add 2 tbsp of mayonnaise, a generous pinch of salt and white pepper, sugar and finely chopped green onions. Use a spoon to mix everything together. Add the extra 1 tbsp of mayonnaise (or more) if needed. Cover the bowl and keep in the fridge until you’re ready to make the sandwiches.
Cut the two soft boiled eggs in half using a sharp knife. The yolks should be soft and jammy. Lightly season each of the halves with salt.
Take two slices of bread. Trim the edges off the bread slices. I only trim two opposite edges, but you can trim all four edges if you like.
Place one soft boiled egg half in the middle of a bread slice, with the yolk side down.
Spread a layer of egg salad filling around the egg half (up to the height of the soft boiled egg half).
Place the other slice of bread on top.
Slice the sandwich in half, making sure to slice through the egg half as well. Serve immediately.