Eggs serve up a decent load of nutrition in the form of protein, vitamins D, A, B2 and B12, folate and iodine. Now that past opinions about cholesterol and salmonella no longer hold true, eggs are back to being part of a healthy, balanced diet.
How do you like your eggs in the morning? Boiled and poached rank as healthiest and scrambling with low fat milk and no butter is better for you, while frying loads up the fat content by about 50%.
Quick side note: did you know that the liquid in a tin of chickpeas, aquafaba, is a great alternative to egg whites in baking? More on that in another blog, let’s get back to eggs.
Fish lovers rejoice! With kedgeree vibes, these smoked haddock scotch eggs served with lemon mayo are serious competition for the classic version and sure to become a new favourite.
Eggs over easy
We love a different take on a tray bake and this egg-topped Mexican migas inspired veggie tray bake ticks all the boxes. Served with homemade pickled onion salsa and sour cream – and ready in under half an hour – what’s not to love?
Oeuf-ly good puds
We don’t like to mention the seasonal ‘C’ word too early, but seeing as it’s just round the corner we’ll leave you with this eggs-travagant eggnog recipe. Yes, you can buy it in a bottle but it’s easy to make and so darn delicious. We’re not even yolking…