Egg Mayo Sandwich
My wife has been taking up more cooking roles recently but only because I haven’t had time to cook or was caught up in traffic on the way home. So she would quickly prepare the ingredients for me to cook when I do get back.
I think she needs more confidence in the kitchen to eventually cook everyday. Never mind that takes time. Interestingly though, her dishes are not too bad. Maybe I might sneakily outsource some of the cooking to her just for starters.
So this morning I couldn’t get out of bed in time to make breakfast and she quietly and dutifully made a simple Egg Mayo sandwich for us. So nice of her. It was again very subtly flavoured but most importantly, it was delicious.
I had to ask her for the recipe.
2 whole Eggs, hard boiled
2 tbsp Japanese Mayo (the baby brand)
White Pepper (just a dash)
Salt (just a sprinkle)
10 grams Unsalted Butter
1. Boil the eggs in a pot of water at high heat till they are hard boiled. Should be about 15 minutes.
2. After peeling the eggs (over running water), mash them with a fork and mix with the butter and mayo. The texture should be moist and like a paste. Sprinkle salt and white pepper and continue to mix and combine.
3. Spread the egg mayo paste on the bread slices and it is done. Should have enough to make two egg mayo sandwiches.