Whether it’s the bite of that sandwich together with the egg yolk oozing out or the thick omelette waiting to be gobbled up, whether it’s the plain boiled eggs or the thick hot egg curry, for people that love eggs, variety and flavor is always on the cards, and what’s more… it’s cheap too.
Eggs are probably merely one of the few basic foods which can be cooked by just any means. Boil them up, bake up them, fry them up or whip them up! Gifted with over a dozen nutrients eggs provide ample means to stay healthy. Regular servings of egg guarantees increased concentration level and attention span coupled with appropriate eyesight. So, when the health count’s working and the taste count’s also rolling, why stay put with foods that are bland? Roll your sleeves up and get that perfect cuisine.
They go quite well with each meal- be it breakfast, lunch, supper or snacks. You only have to lay out a sumptuous breakfast with toast and eggs, or egg sandwich or going the Indian fashion, egg parathas or roti with egg bhurji possibly!! There are over a hundred different egg recipes. For lunch you can go heavy with cheese egg yolks, coconut egg curry, pulusu or Thool Zamboor… and they go with almost anything, directly from a bowl of rice to a loaf of bread. My personal favorites include crispy egg chops, delicious rolls, Wildlife Control and burgers which can complement the day tea just the ideal way. Similar is the story with dinner. Additionally, eggs are the basic ingredient for pastries and all sorts of cake, which are more than often a prime necessity for parties and get-together’s. Baked eggs have a very wide domain extending over pastries and cookies. Its versatility is just so pronounced… a glass of egg-nog wraps up a meal; there you go… eggs again. Eggs are definitely good to eat as they are but never the less; they also serve as the appropriate toppings over a great number of dishes… fried rice, chicken, ham and more. A boring bowl of noodles that are grated can become a delight for the taste buds if you just add a generous helping of scrambled eggs.
Mostly we prefer to go for white chicken eggs but eggs happen to come in quite a number of types. Brown chicken eggs, quail, goose, duck and bantam eggs are a few to name. All of them vary in their nutrition quotient and flavor but nevertheless; they are ideal for a few delectable preparations.
They make the eyes greedy, they make the mouths water, they trigger off a growling tummy, they create the tastiest of all of the dishes, and they make the child healthy… They are yummy eggs!