If you are a fan of egg salad then you are going to love this Deviled Egg Salad Pasta Salad Recipe. This easy pasta salad has all the amazing flavors of egg salad combined with pasta salad for the perfect summer pasta salad!
Deviled Egg Salad Pasta Salad Recipe
This easy to make macaroni salad with egg will be a huge hit with everyone who takes a bite. It is one amazing recipe that is like combining deviled eggs, egg salad, and pasta salad, for one delish pasta dish!
This cold pasta salad recipe is perfect for any BBQ or get together next to the Bacon Ranch potato salad, avocado potato salad, and tasty summer desserts. I promise that it is just as easy to make this egg salad pasta salad recipe as any of your favorite pasta salad recipes.
We are big fans of egg salad and pasta salads in our house. They are all easy and healthy options that my kids love. They are also fantastic things to keep on the meal plan for lunches and great for bringing to get together. For this Deviled Egg Salad Pasta Salad Recipe we took our love of deviled eggs and pasta salad combined them, and made the most amazing egg salad pasta salad recipe ever.
We love pasta salad in our house. Pasta Salad is our go-to side dish recipe during the summer months. They are filling, healthy and a great chilled side dish to go with dinner on a hot day. There are so many different pasta salad recipes that you can never get bored with!
Pasta Salad Recipes
- Sundried tomato pasta salad
- tuna pasta salad
- Roasted Red Pepper Pasta Salad
- Chickpea Pasta Salad
- Italian Pasta Salad
Why you will love this Pasta Salad Recipe
Easy to make recipe. Pasta salad is easy to make, it is also easy to store and makes for a great side dish to a main meal or as a meal itself.
Pasta salad and deviled eggs combine. This easy macaroni salad with egg combines all the flavors of egg salad with macaroni salad and is a dish everyone loves when I bring it to a get together. If you are a fan of deviled eggs, you are going to love this easy macaroni salad too!
What to serve with Egg Salad Pasta Salad
This Egg Salad Macaroni Salad is perfect for a meal at home when you are grilling or if you are going to a group picnic and need something amazing to bring with you!
There are lots of great main dishes and side dishes that go along well with this macaroni salad recipe. Check out some of our favorite dishes that we make when we are having this macaroni salad with egg.
- Grilled Corn on the Cob
- Grilled Steaks
- Chili Lime Chicken
- Bacon Wrapped Scallops
- Grilled Salmon with Avocado Salsa
Tips for Making Pasta Salad
Don’t over cook the pasta. It is important to not over cook the pasta. Cook just until al dente and then drain them and then cool the pasta while in the strainer with cold water until all of the pasta is cooled. This will prevent a soggy pasta salad.
Cool the pasta completely. Just like over cooking pasta will give you a mushy pasta salad, so will noodles that are not cooled all the way. As soon as they are done cooking you want to shock the pasta with cold water to stop the cooking process.
Let pasta salad sit before serving. You can serve this pasta salad immediately after making it however I find pasta salad is best when it has time to sit in the fridge and all of the flavors are able to mix together. Letting the pasta salad sit for a few hours before serving results in a more flavorful and delicious Italian pasta salad!
What is the best pasta to use for pasta salad?
The main ingredient for this easy tuna macaroni salad is pasta and a shortcut of pasta like fusilli, penne, bow tie, elbow macaroni, or farfalle works best. You can use any type of pasta including whole wheat pasta, chickpea pasta, or any other legume-based pasta you like.
How to Hard Boil Eggs
Place your eggs in a single layer in the bottom of a pot. Cover it with two inches of water. Bring the water to a rolling boil on high heat. Turn the burner off but keep the pot on that burner. Cover with a lid and let them sit for 12 minutes. Drain the water and run the eggs under cool water. If you have never made hard boiled eggs check out the stove top hard boiled eggs for all the best tips.
You can also use other ways to make hard boiled eggs including Instant Pot Hard Boiled eggs, Oven Hard Boiled eggs, and air fryer hard boiled eggs.
How to Store Pasta Salad
Egg salad pasta salad needs to be stored in the fridge in an airtight container.
How long will this pasta salad recipe last?
As long as you store this easy pasta salad recipe properly, it will last for 3 to 5 days in the refrigerator. Be sure to store it in an airtight container, like the rubbermaid containers after you have served it for dinner or if you are making it ahead of time.
Egg Salad Pasta Salad Ingredients
- Elbow macaroni
- white onion
- hardboiled eggs
If you want to you can add chopped celery and change out the white onion for red onion.
Adding extra may will give you more moisture in your pasta salad. If you store your pasta salad in the fridge and it dries out a little, just add some more mayo. There are times I am wanting little bit of a kick to the flavor of this pasta salad so I add a little bit of brown mustard.
How to Make Egg Salad Pasta Salad
In a large pot boil water and cook elbow noodles according to package.
While the elbow noodles are cooking deshell the hardboiled eggs. Cut each egg in half and put the yokes in a large sized bowl.
Using a fork mash the egg yokes and set aside. Then chop the egg whites in to small pieces. Add the egg whites to the the mashed egg yokes.
Next dice your onion into small pieces. I hate cutting onions so I like to use an onion chopper.
Add the mayo, onions, paprika, salt and pepper to the egg and egg yoke mixture and mix well.
At this time the noodles should be about done cooking. When the noodles are done cooking, drain the noodles with a colander. Leave the noodles in a colander and rinse with cold water to cool them to room temperature or colder.
Once the noodles are cooled a bit, let them drain and then add them to the egg mixture and mix well. Be sure to coat all of the noodles.
You can serve immediately if desired, however I prefer to put the egg salad pasta salad in the fridge for 30 minutes to an hour to chill.
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Egg Salad Macaroni Salad
- In a large pot boil water and cook elbow noodles according to package.
- While the elbow noodles are cooking deshell the hardboiled eggs. Cut each egg in half and put the yokes in a large sized bowl.
- Using a fork mash the egg yokes and set aside. Then chop the egg whites in to small pieces. Add the egg whites to the the mashed egg yokes.
- Next dice your onion into small pieces. I hate cutting onions so I like to use an onion chopper.
- Add the mayo, onions, paprika, salt and pepper to the egg and egg yoke mixture and mix well.
- At this time the noodles should be about done cooking. When the noodles are done cooking, drain the noodles with a colander. Leave the noodles in a colander and rinse with cold water to cool them to room temperature or colder.
- Once the noodles are cooled a bit, let them drain and then add them to the egg mixture and mix well. Be sure to coat all of the noodles.
- You can serve immediately if desired, however I prefer to put the egg salad pasta salad in the fridge for 30 minutes to an hour to chill.
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