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The Masters' Egg Salad Sandwich

Virginia Willis

The Masters' Egg Salad Sandwich


On or off the green, 6 recipes for your next golf-themed gathering

The Masters Tournament, the ultimate golf event of the South, starts today — and what better way to celebrate any sports event than with party featuring a spread of tasty, golf-sized finger food? And better yet, all of these recipes go great with an Arnold Palmer

Here are some of our favorite hole-in-one recipes. 

The Masters' Egg Salad Sandwich
Based off of the famous egg salad sandwiches served at the Masters Tournament, Virginia Willis has perfected this humble yet oh-so-satisfying sandwich of a creamy egg filling served on fluffy white bread. Entertaining a big crowd? This recipe can easily be adapted into little finger sandwiches for a bite-sized savory treat. 
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Southern Kitchen's Pimento Cheese
Use this cheesy spread on just about anything for a decadent, peppery kick, or eat it straight from the bowl — it's that good. When blending the ingredients, do not use the puree function, as the peppers will break down too much and the mixture may come out too soupy.
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Shaved Brussels Sprouts Caesar Salad with Pecorino and Walnuts 
Guests will love "putt-ing" up to these delicious and crunchy greens starring everyone's favorite vegetable. Using shaved Brussel sprouts instead of romaine and replacing croutons with fragrant roasted walnuts gives a tasty twist on this classic salad. 
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Cheesy Grit Fritters with Hot Pepper Jelly
These golf-ball shaped fritters are perfect for using left over grits — simply add cheese, roll in breadcrumbs and fry them up for a simple and tasty appetizer. Be warned: Once you find out how easy it is to make this addictive hot pepper jelly, you'll never want to live without it.   
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Instant Pot Collard Greens
Serve up some more delicious "greens" (we can't get enough of one) with this quick-as-a-flash recipe made in our handy Instant Pot. Using pressure in a moist environment creates quick and perfectly tender greens in just 20 minutes. Don't forget to add in the rendered bacon fat; it'll bring smoky richness that will compliment the sweet brown sugar and the tangy vinegar. 
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Coca-Cola Glazed Wings
These “birdies” are tossed in a sweet and sticky glaze made with the South’s favorite soda. Add in a kick of heat from sliced fresh peppers and you’ve got a lip-smacking dish — but feel free to omit the peppers for those that like to keep the scoville units down. 
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Photo credit (Southern Kitchen's Pimento Cheese, Cheesy Grit Fritters with Hot Pepper Jelly, Instant Pot Collard Greens): Ramona King
Photo credit (Shaved Brussels Sprouts Caesar Salad with Pecorino and Walnuts): Maura Friedman

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Dena Rayess is a recipe editor and cookbook author based in San Francisco. She enjoys exploring new foodways in and around the Bay Area and beyond, and has been known to whip up a mean house cocktail at dinner parties.