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USES FOR AN EGG Cutter
- Mushrooms. Sliced mushrooms can go into almost any savory dish! I like to saute them with onions to top a steak, and we put them in most of our pasta dishes and stir fries. They’re also nice for salads and pizza.
- Strawberries. Slice strawberries for fruit salad and for peanut butter and jelly pie. Top ice cream sundaes, brownies, or make strawberry fans to garnish any dessert. To make the fans, slice a strawberry from the pointed end up to the top, but stop just short of the leaves. Gently push the slices apart in a fan shape.
- Fresh mozzarella. If your cheese is fresh, a knife (even a really sharp one) will smash it. An egg slicer will give you perfectly even slices of cheese for your pizza or salad.
- Olives. Both green and black olives will slice evenly in an egg slicer. You need sliced olives for salads, pizza, tacos, pasta, burritos, and a number of other recipes (like torta rustica).
- Avocado. I love to put slices of avocado on sandwiches, both hot and cold. There’s nothing like some creamy avocado on a grilled cheese or even a plain old ham sandwich.
- Bananas. Sliced bananas make banana splits easier to eat, especially for children. They also make a fun dessert if you top a brownie or large cookie with them. And then, there’s my all time favorite dessert from childhood. My mom would slice a banana, top the slices with a small handful of chocolate chips and mini marshmallows. Then she microwaved the whole thing for a minute or so, til the chocolate and marshmallows were melted and the banana slices are cooked. Be careful because it will be very very hot and needs a few minutes to cool before you can eat it.
- Peaches, plums, and other soft fruits. Even canned fruit like pears or apples will slice evenly and cleanly with an egg slicer. Kiwi and grapes are also quick and easy to slice in an egg slicer.
- Butter. If you have a child (like mine) who likes to eat butter from a spoon, you might find it useful to slice butter into perfect pats with your egg slicer.
Not that I would know. I slice butter into pats for fancy dinner parties.
- Hot dogs. If you add hot dogs to pork and sauerkraut or to baked beans, you might like to have thin slices. An egg slicer also makes quick work of slicing a hot dog for a small person.
- Baby and toddler food. Thin slices of soft foods are perfect for self-feeding. Any of the above foods will make an awesome snack for baby, especially if you toss the slices with crushed up graham crackers or crushed up Cheerios to make them less slippery.