Looking for different ways to cook eggs? Say hello to your new favorite egg recipes guaranteed to satisfy your hunger and fuel you throughout the day. Whether you prefer your eggs poached, fried, boiled or whipped, you'll love these protein-rich dishes.
The best part of it all? These dishes aren't just great for breakfast but would also make a beautiful addition to Sunday brunch or a weekday lunch (or a quick easy dinner on a busy night). We know variety is the spice of life so we hope you enjoy these different ways to cook eggs:
MARBLED TEA EGGS
You'll wow your dining companions when you bring these gorgeous marbled tea eggs to the table. The effect is achieved by cooking the eggs twice - once in water then in a flavorful spice-infused black tea.
VEGETARIAN EGGS BENEDICT
A brunch favorite, this vegetarian version of eggs Benedict is as beautiful as it is delicious. Canadian ham is replaced with wilted spinach while fresh tomatoes and a creamy hollandaise sauce complete this elegant dish.
If you look things spicy, you'll appreciate this different way to cook eggs. This recipe for Mexican huevos rancheros involves preparing a spicy tomato-based sauce and cooking the eggs until desired doneness. Easy and delicious!
DEVILED EGGS THREE WAYS
Keep things interesting by cooking deviled eggs in different ways. By using ingredients like avocado, cream cheese and capers you'll achieve tasty eggs with a gourmet twist.
In Spain, the word tortilla refers to a hearty omelette. You can get pretty creative with the ingredients but we love this potato tortilla loaded with red peppers, tomatoes and fresh herbs.
EGG SALAD IN PITA BREAD
You won't be able to get enough of this colorful egg salad tossed in a tangy mayonnaise dressing. Boiled potatoes, chopped red peppers, scallions and tomatoes make this a wonderful lunch option.
SCRAMBLED EGGS WITH CAVIAR
Kick up breakfast or brunch with these fluffy scrambled eggs topped with a generous among of salmon caviar and chives.
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