It’s a great idea to eat eggs for breakfast. Eggs are rich in nutrition and can be prepared in Delicious & Nutritious My Prep Delivery. This means that eggs can be included as part of your breakfast meal. Six grams of protein is found in eggs, which are almost equivalent to one-fifth the daily recommended intake. An egg contains calcium, vitamins (especially D), iron and riboflavin. Eggs are one of the most nutritious, all-around nutritious foods available. Eggs are also very low in calories, with only 70 calories per large egg. This is due to the nutritional benefits of the egg.
Eggs are inexpensive and can be prepared in many ways. Egg Omelets, Fried Eggs, Scrambled Eggs and Fried Eggs are some of the most popular ways to eat eggs as breakfast. The best thing about making omelets? You can add almost any ingredient you like, including cheese, mushrooms and steak.
Eggs Benedict, Poached Eggs or Soft-Boiled Eggs and Hard-Boiled Eggs with Crackers are just a few of the popular egg recipes. Hollandaise Sauce is used to top Eggs Benedict. It’s poured over poached eggs and placed on top of English Muffins with ham or asparagus. Soft-Boiled and Poached Eggs can be eaten as is, with toast to dip in the yolk. Hard-Boiled Eggs With Crackers are simply that: a mixture of cut up Hard-Boiled Eggs and a few saltine crackers, mixed in with some melted butter to ensure that the eggs hold together.
A few tips for cooking eggs:
Instead of using lots of butter, you can use some olive oil. Mix it well so it doesn’t stick to the pan.
When making scrambled eggs, add some firm tofu. This will not only provide extra protein but also make scrambled eggs more affordable.
Salt is a must for eggs. Sprinkle it right before they are eaten. You can absorb salt too quickly, so don’t wait to add salt.
Notice: Eggs are full of nutrients and should be eaten at least once a week. However, people who are concerned about their cholesterol need to be careful about how many eggs they consume.