Low carb egg salad dip recipe

this is a low carb egg salad dip recipe from tsabee kicthen

🍴Servings: 4

🥣Category: Appetizer

💪Difficulty Level: 2/5 

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Low carb egg salad dip recipe – for snacking. This egg salad recipe is a low carb dish and very easy to prepare. You can eat it as a sandwich, wrap or snack.

What goes best with egg salad?

In our opinion, this egg salad goes best with perfect toast. If you are on a diet, replace the bread with a low-carb pastry or bakery of your choice.

The following are the top ten medicinal effects of eggs:

1. Enhances brain function

Eggs are an excellent food for brain maintenance because they are high in Omega-3 fatty acids, choline, lecithin, and vitamins B12 and D. Choline is a necessary nutrient that is involved in several metabolic processes as well as acting as a neurotransmitter. Memory and cognitive functions are improved.

2. Aids in the maintenance of a healthy weight

Breakfasts with eggs have been popular since antiquity. This tradition aids in weight management because, in addition to providing energy, eggs fill you up more. Because it does not raise blood sugar levels abruptly, the protein in eggs provides us with energy gradually.

3. It safeguards the health of the eyes

Eggs are high in lutein and zeaxanthin. These carotenoids provide effective protection against macular atrophy and formation.

4. Aids in muscle growth

Eggs are an excellent choice for muscle building because they are high in protein, which is the building block of muscles. Egg whites contain albumin, a protein that promotes protein absorption and accelerates muscle growth.

5. Enhances well-being

Eggs improve mood and reduce stress due to their high vitamin B12 content. Other B vitamins found in eggs help to keep the spirit young.

6. Promotes the health of the hair and nails

Because hair and nails are build of proteins, the high protein content of eggs keeps them in good condition. Egg hair packs can also help with hair growth.
Apply a mixed raw egg with a tablespoon of oil to your hair! After 30 minutes, thoroughly wash and shampoo your hair to make it soft, silky, and healthy! It is recommended that you use it 2-3 times per month

7. Lowers the likelihood of developing cancer

The antioxidant effects of eggs have been shown by researchers at the University of Alberta to reduce the risk of cancer and prevent cardiovascular disease. Eating eggs reduces the risk of breast cancer by 24%, according to a study published in The Journal of the Federation of American Societies for Experimental Biology, because the choline in them helps the cells function normally.

8. Aids in maintaining good health during pregnancy

Eggs, in addition to providing adequate nutrition, improve the mental health of the unborn child and lower the risk of developing chronic diseases. This is due primarily to the effect of choline, which is found in eggs, meats, beans, nuts, and other protein-rich foods.

9. Improves bone strength

Eggs contain phosphorus, vitamin D, and calcium, which help to keep bones and teeth strong. Calcium is well known to be beneficial to bones.

10. Skin cleanser

Egg white can also be used as a face mask to absorb excess oil, tighten skin, and close pores. It also aids in the treatment of acne and the healing of skin blemishes. Beat an egg white smear it on your face and cover it with tissues! Keep on the skin for 10-20 minutes, then remove the tissues and wash away the remaining egg with lukewarm water.

Have you cooked a few more eggs than you should have?

Make a delicious salad with it!
Mastering leftovers: with a small change, you can transform boiled eggs into a completely new delicacy for the table. Egg salad is extremely simple and quick to prepare, as well as high in protein. You can add chopped apples, lettuce, or even shallots to it if you want.


  • 4 eggs
  • 1 tbsp of mustard
  • 2 tbsp of butter
  • 1/2 tsp salt
  • 1/2 tsp ground black pepper
  • finely chopped parsley


  1. Cook until get hard-boiled eggs (~10 minutes).
  2. Peel & grate the cooled eggs.
  3. Add mustard, soft butter, salt, pepper, and parsley.
  4. Mix with a fork thoroughly until getting a paste.
  5. Spread on a slice of fresh bread and enjoy!

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