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Published on February 7, 2017 at 5:27 am

20 Best Ways to Use Eggs

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Eggs help us start our days off right and give our baked goods moisture and structure. They’re also inexpensive, full of protein, and a lifesaver at dinner when you need throw a quick meal together. Eggs can help you lose weight, gain muscle and keep your appetite at bay
Here are some interesting, easy and yummy ways to incorporate eggs in your meal.
1) In a sandwich
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One soft boiled egg or a perfectly fried poultry egg will make any sandwich taste great. You can create a healthy breakfast sandwich that is perfect for people on the go.
2) On pizza
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Adding some eggs to an almost cooked pizza and put it back in the oven until the whites are cooked but the yolks are still just a bit runny makes it very tasty.
3) In soups with noodles
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In a bowl of piping hot soup with noodles, crack an egg into the soup and let it sit for a while to cook. It is absolutely delicious. You should try it!
4) In burger
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The best way to have a burger is to add a fried egg in the centre. Alternately, you can replace mayonnaise with an egg, let it break and run over everything for a gooey and delicious sandwich.
5) With toast
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Get up early on a Saturday morning and enjoy toast and eggs as breakfast with a big cup of herbal tea. It is very scenic if it is raining outside! Dip the sliced bread in some lightly whipped eggs and fry in a skillet at medium heat till crunchy/chewy.
6) With rice
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There is a popular dish called Benachin. You might know by its “international” name of Jollof rice. Slice a couple of hard boiled eggs on a plate of tasty Benachin and give your taste buds a very new, nice experience.
7) In salad dressing
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Whip egg yolk and some dressing oil in a big bowl to create a “homemade” mayo dressing for your salad or you could have the whole eggs boiled, hard, then diced in a big bowl for mixing with the other salad ingredients.
8) In breakfast oatmeal
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This is a new one and I must admit that I have never tried it before but I definitely will and will let you guys know. While your oatmeal is cooking, quickly whip a whole poultry egg into it. Try it and let us know how it was.
9) In smoothie
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This might sound nasty to some of you but this is something bodybuilders always do to maximize the amount of protein that they get from eggs. There is however a downside to this: if the egg is infected with salmonella, you will get sick so make sure to get handle your eggs properly.
10) On Caviar
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Caviar. If you can afford the top quality caviar then by all means, enjoy it to your heart’s delight on crackers as an expensive snack.
11) To make pasta
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There is a type of pasta called gnocchi which is made out of hot boiled potatoes, eggs and a bit of flour. The first time I had gnocchi was in the summer of 2010 in the Big Apple with ox-tail pepper soup and it was transcendent.
12) Simply bake it
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Crack two eggs into a small, ovenproof ramekin and top with finely chopped vegetables and a splash of whole milk. Bake until whites are set but yolks are still runny enough for dipping.
13) Fried rice
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Stir-fry chopped broccoli, bell peppers and carrots in oil until softened, and then add a few beaten eggs. Add leftover fried rice (or just make brown rice of your own) to the mix and cook until everything is golden. Add soy sauce and sesame oil to finish.
14) On salads
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Top your usual mixed greens and vegetables with two poached eggs. You don’t even need salad dressing: Simply drizzle with lemon juice and break the yolk open to create a tasty topping.
15) Huevos Rancheros
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Literally translated to ranch-hand eggs, this hearty breakfast staple offers a host of health benefits from the tomato salsa, whole-grain tortillas and the good fats in the eggs.
16) With poultry meat
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If you are about to have left over chicken, turkey or any kind of poultry or game for dinner or lunch, please boil two or three eggs, soft.
17) In custard
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Milk and eggs in a big bowl on an open flame. Could anything taste better?
18) In burrito
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Fold scrambled eggs, a few slices of turkey bacon, salsa and a few tablespoons of grated low-fat cheddar in a whole-wheat burrito.
19) In meringue
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Separate the egg yolk from the whites and whip the white in a big glass bowl until visibly fluffy and white. Spread on a baking sheet and bake in the oven.
20) Deviled
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Hard-boil a few eggs, slice in half and scoop the yolks into a small bowl. Mash with a generous dollop of non-fat Greek yogurt instead of mayo and add a dash of smoked paprika or finely chopped fresh herbs.Of course, these are not the only ways to add those healthy eggs to your meal, there are a lot more interesting recipes. Kick start your imagination and sky is the limit!