A simple to put-together breakfast that will fill you up for the rest of the day with 2 fried eggs and leftover meatloaf in a cast-iron skillet. Start your day with plenty of protein.
The recipes below will help you prepare and pair your eggs dishes in a variety of new ways. When it comes to cooking eggs, there are many different methods. The recipe for your next exciting favorite egg dish might be right here!
How many ways can you cook an egg?
Eggs are an important part of every culture’s meal. And sometimes we can get stuck making the same egg dish over and over again.
In America we have 6 main ways to cook eggs:
- Fried Eggs, including sunny-side up and over easy.
- Pouched in the shell or in water
- Hard-boiled eggs
- Quiche (with a flour crust) or Fritatta without a crust
- Omlett packed with veggies & cheese
OK, some of these we may have borrowed from the French. But each of these have variations and pairing options that will wake up all your taste buds and fit into any diet.
If you’re looking for other egg dishes Japan and China have their own recipes that look very appealing.
Cooking & Pairing Ideas
Because of all the proteins and being nutrient dense, eggs make a great combination for healthy fats and vegitables.
A quick and easy tasty high protein breakfast or lunch with salmon, eggs, and sprouts on a toasted croissant with an avocado on the side.
A healthy combination of fats, proteins, probiotics, and nutrient-dense foods for a tasty lunch or breakfast including eggs, liverwurst, and sauerkraut.
A simple easy tasty frittata with plenty of protein and vegetables. This can be served for breakfast, lunch, or dinner.
A simple easy to put together breakfast recipe of salmon, eggs and spinach on toast.
This is a large breakfast hitting all the food groups.