Eggs for Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner
Because everything tastes better with an egg on it
Fried, poached, scrambled, or baked—there’s no ingredient more wholly satisfying than the egg.
In honor of it (and World Egg Day), we’re eating breakfast for dinner all week long. It’s easy to do, too—most days, we have eggs in the fridge, and their common accompaniments are low-maintenance pantry staples, as well.
So, however you take your eggs, it’s time to crack a few open. Here are 5 ideas for how to eat them:
A true classic, eggs benedict is the perfect combination of runny yolks, ham, and English muffins, all brought together by the addition of creamy Hollandaise sauce.
This egg preparation is playful and fun to make with or for kids. Plus, it’s easy to throw together for a crowd.
The ideal fluffy scrambled eggs, enhanced with tomatoes and green onions—easy enough to make for dinner after a long day or before you head out the door in the morning.
Layers of fried potatoes, onion, and egg—need we say more?
How to improve on avocado toast? Put an egg on it, of course. This is the ultimate quick, wholesome, no-fuss meal to fuel you through any situation.
Published on October 15, 2016