Classic Egg Mayonnaise Panini

29 Jun


I must admit before I start that I actually don’t like egg mayonnaise at all… (Gasp!) Yep, I don’t like mayonnaise in general therefore it just really isn’t my cup of tea so I’m telling you about this based on my moms taste, which in my opinion is very valuable! When we were in England, my Auntie Liz made egg mayonnaise sandwiches which my mom just adored and since we got back she has been craving them.


So I decided to try and make some of my own, I’m pretty positive it wasn’t as good as Auntie Lizs but according to mom it was pretty damn tasty! It is great to know how to make egg mayonnaise, even though there is basically nothing to it because who (Besides weird people like me!) don’t like egg mayonnaise sandwiches? It is very handy to have up you sleeve… Not literally though because that might be a bit disgusting!


Classic Egg Mayonnaise Panini

2 eggs

1/4 onion, diced

1-2tbsp light mayonnaise

1/2-1tsp dijon mustard, optional

a pinch of paprika, optional

salt and pepper

3-4 cherry tomatoes, quartered.

1 panini/bread roll/2 slices of bread

  • Place the eggs in a small pan of cold water and put over a high heat. Time 14mins then remove from the heat and place the eggs in a new bowl of cold water.
  • Peel and place in a bowl then chop roughly with a knife.
  • Mix in the onion, mayo, dijon and paprika and season to taste with salt and pepper.
  • Toast the panini/bread if you want and place the egg mayonnaise on one side and cherry tomatoes on the other.
  • Sandwich together and devour!


One Response to “Classic Egg Mayonnaise Panini”

  1. Heather June 29, 2013 at 8:33 pm #

    Take my word for it this sandwich is wonderful !!

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