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101 Ways to Cook an Egg

101 Ways to Cook an Egg

The possibilities are endless

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Eggs are easily one of the most versatile ingredients, yet we more often than not whip up the same scrambled eggs or make the same omelet. If you’re tired of the same ol’ egg dishes, we’ve put together 101 recipes that aren't just breakfast. We’ve covered basics like egg salad and devilled eggs, more daunting things like quiche and shakshuka, and there's even a meringue or two worth trying. Just as a perfect hard-boiled egg always hits the spot, these recipes will do the same.

Pesto Asparagus Egg Skillet

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Asparagus may not be the first vegetable you reach for when cooking with eggs, but this skillet could change that. When you shave asparagus, it becomes tender and even easier to cook, and the strips of green make a scrumptious nest for eggs — cooked however you like.

Churro French Toast

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This churro french toast has a crispy outside and pillowy inside, much like the texture of churros. Thick slices of french bread are coated in eggs, milk and vanilla extract, fried to golden-brown perfection and then sprinkled with cinnamon sugar and topped with a homemade Mexican chocolate sauce. This is right up there with the best brunch recipes of all time.

Pavlova

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Pavlovas are a show-stopping dessert with a crisp exterior and soft, airy inside, usually topped with fresh fruit and whipped cream. Once you nail down the base, feel free to pair it with any combination of fruits and toppings.

Mini Herb Omelet

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These mini herb omelets make fantastic snacks or brunchtime appetizers. Just crack the eggs into a large bowl, add flour and spices and whisk until it’s all foamy. Then add the herbs and extra dash of spices, mix and fry into mini patties.

Hard Boiled Egg Stuffed Biscuit

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One-Pan Sweet Potato and Egg Hash

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Lemon Meringue Angel Food Cake

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Puff Pastry Egg Tart

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Next time you're at the grocery store, grab a couple boxes of frozen puff pastry sheets. You can make just about anything with them, including this impressive egg tart, garnished with prosciutto, asparagus and fontina cheese.

Apple, Fennel and Cheddar Quiche

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Homestyle Breakfast Casserole

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Breakfast Egg Waffle

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Cloud Eggs

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Red Flannel Hash with Poached Egg

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Hidden Egg Ravioli

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To make easy homemade ravioli, use lasagna noodles and cut out rounds. The filling of ricotta cheese and an egg yolk is elegant and fancy but still simple enough to make any day of the week. If you can, get good quality pecorino cheese to grate on top.

Make Ahead Eggs Benedict Casserole

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Eggs Benedict

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Instant Pot Cheesy Egg Bake

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Grilled Salmon with Egg

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If you’re not sure about seafood and eggs, this recipe will convert you. The marinade for this salmon is made with ginger, soy sauce, vinegar and sesame oil. The salmon, packed with healthy fats and protein, along with the poached egg is a terrific option for a healthy dinner.

Lentils and Poached Eggs

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Red Shakshuka

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Shakshuka is a popular dish in the Middle East and North Africa with bold flavors. The simple combination of cooked tomatoes, onions, garlic, spices and herbs with gently poached eggs nestled between divots in the sauce is a truly spectacular take on simple ingredients.

Vegetable and Cheese Frittata

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Hearty Apple Chicken Breakfast Skillet

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Sweet Chili Caramelized Onion Breakfast Tacos

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Gluten-Free Breakfast Sandwiches

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Coconut French Toast

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This is a classic French toast recipe with a tropical twist. Take some good ol’ Texas toast and dredge it in the typical mixture of eggs and milk — but also add a dash of coconut extract and dip it into shredded coconut.

For the Coconut French Toast recipe, click here.

Brunch Bake with Artichokes, Chicken and Roasted Red Pepper

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Turnip Greens and Potato Frittata

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If you happen to have a few vegetables lying around, and maybe some cheese and leftover potatoes from dinner, go ahead and make yourself a delicious frittata. This recipe calls for turnip greens, but you can use spinach, kale, collard greens or any leafy vegetable you like.

For the Turnip Greens and Potato Frittata recipe, click here.

Drunken Deviled Eggs With Pickled Beets and Root Chips

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Eggs Sardou

Instant Pot Spinach Frittata

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Broccoli Frittata with Ham and Peppers

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Maple Glazed French Toast Casserole

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Southwestern Egg Cups

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Classic Egg Potato Salad

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Egg, Canadian Bacon and Cheese Muffin

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Chicken and Waffle Breakfast Casserole

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Instant Pot Egg Bites

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Traditional Flan

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Red Lobster Cheddar Bay Biscuit Bacon, Egg and Cheese

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Breakfast Stuffed Peppers

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The filling in these breakfast stuffed peppers is a combination of Mexican chorizo, onion, mushroom and mozzarella cheese. Best of all? The whole thing is topped with an egg and garnished with cilantro and thinly sliced radishes.

Healthy Egg Salad

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The healthy part of this egg salad comes from using 2% milkfat Greek yogurt instead of mayo or sour cream. It’s just as creamy but is packed with protein and goes great in a sourdough sandwich with leafy greens and a squirt of mustard.

Breakfast Tacos

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The Cheesecake Factory's Green Chilaquiles With Carnitas and Eggs

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Easy Deviled Eggs

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Spiced Avocado Toast with Citrus-Cured Salmon and Poached Egg

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Lox and Cream Cheese Scramble

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Impossibly Easy Quiche

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Chicken Frittata with Kalamata Olives

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Strawberry Tres Leches

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A box of white cake mix is taken to completely new heights in this tres leches recipe. The use of four eggs gives the crumb the body to absorb both the sweetened condensed milk and evaporated milk along with regular milk. Top it with a mound of whipped cream for gorgeous little cakes.

Instant Pot Quiche Lorraine

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Perfect Instant Pot Hard-Boiled Eggs

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Garden Herb Veggie and Breakfast Tacos

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This is a fantastic option for when you want to eat more veggies but still want a substantial meal. The robust mushrooms add lots of meaty texture and the spinach complements all the flavors nicely. Top the filling onto some corn tortillas and sprinkle on a handful of cheese.

Instant Pot Frittata

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Ham and Egg in a Mug

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No need to buy breakfast to-go cups from the store ever again when you can make them at home. Simply combine ham, cheddar cheese and an egg in a microwavable mug with seasonings of your choice and microwave for 90 seconds. That’s all it is.

Cheesy Snap Pea and Spinach Quiche

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Pimento Cheese Omelet

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This Southern-inspired spicy omelet is bursting with pimento cheese, red pepper jelly and crumbled crispy bacon. The few ingredients are packed with flavor so you don’t need much else to go inside the eggs.

‘Dill-licious’ Egg Salad

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Skinny Zucchini Frittata

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Simple Spaghetti Carbonara

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Lemon Chicken Ramen Soup

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Instant Pot Bacon Casserole

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Avocado Toast Grilled Cheese

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Baked Breakfast Taquitos

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Country Breakfast Casserole

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Keto Cauliflower Salad

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Sausage and Egg Tacos

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For a fast and filling way to start the morning, try these hearty breakfast tacos. For extra flavor, cook the eggs with roasted garlic seasoning and fill the warm tortilla shells with sausage, avocado and cheese.

Green Chili Mexican Mini Quiches

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Ham and Cheese Skillet Frittata

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Gooey Corn Spoon Bread

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Breakfast Grilled Cheese

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You can turn many meals into breakfast by adding an egg on top — or, in this case, in the middle. American cheese, a slightly runny yolk plus toasted bread equals the most delicious breakfast grilled cheese.

Chicken Avocado Breakfast Pizza

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Eggs Benedict Burger

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Meringue Bites With Lemon Curd and Berries

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Classic Quiche Lorraine

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Quiche Lorraine is a French bistro classic traditionally made with lots of eggs, bacon, Gruyère and onion. You can always make a shortcut version with store-bought crust, but you should at least once try to make it the old-fashioned way for the sake of authenticity.

Key Lime Angel Pie

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Chinese Egg Tart

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Chipotle Sweet Potato Breakfast Egg Cups

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Fluffy Quiche with Chicken

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No need to knead and roll out your own dough, for this fluffy quiche you can use a store-bought deep-dish pie shell. Instead of pan-frying the chicken, in this recipe, you poach the chicken breasts in water, parsley, thyme, celery, carrot and onion for a simple, layered flavor.

Sunny Side Up Egg Pizza with Goat Cheese and Herbs

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Roasted Brussels Sprouts with Jammy Eggs

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Egg and Mushroom Flatbread

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This flatbread is made with a store-bought pizza dough and the toppings are easily swappable with whatever you like. The buffalo mozzarella adds a smokiness to the eggs and mushrooms, while the cotija cheese adds a salty speck.

Homemade Mayonnaise

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Stracciatella - Italian Egg Drop Soup

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Huevos Rancheros

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Jalapeno Popper Avocado Toast

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Burger Americana With Fried Egg

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Impossible Cake

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This stunning cake is made with seven eggs, a box of fudge cake mix, Mexican caramel sauce and a can of condensed milk. And you know anything that starts with these ingredients is going to be out of this world.

Breakfast Bread Bowl

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Twice Baked Potatoes With Egg

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For this spin on twice-baked potatoes, after you spoon the potato mixture back into the potato halves, create an indentation in the center to hold the eggs. Just pop the potatoes in the oven for 20 minutes and you’ll have a filling dish for lunch or dinner.

Asparagus Mushroom Swiss Bake

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Broccoli, Ham and Cheese Muffins

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Baked Scotch Eggs

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Eggs in Purgatory with Chorizo

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This dish is similar to shakshuka, but instead of Middle Eastern or African flavors, it’s a mix of both Mexican and Italian ingredients with basil and chorizo. The combination of parmesan cheese and pepper jack also offers an interesting fusion to the base of marinara sauce.

Bacon, Cheddar and Chive Strata

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Cedar Plank Grilled Egg in Toast

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Strawberry Lemon Cream Cheese Bars

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Steak and Egg Bruschetta

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Yummy Yammy Egg Foo Yung

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Croque Madame

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Croque Madame is essentially a French ham sandwich that’s drizzled with a bechamel sauce and topped with fried eggs. The egg on top makes it look like a lady’s top hat, hence “madame.”

Chicken and Chorizo Breakfast Burrito

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Bacon and Cheddar Breakfast Muffins

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13 Simple Ways to Cook Eggs

Soft or hard, fried or baked, poached or scrambled, eggs are perfect for serving at breakfast or any time of the day, which makes them a perfect keep-it-interesting ingredient option when we're all doing more cooking at home. They're one of the least expensive and most versatile sources of animal protein, with a dozen sometimes priced as low as $1 on sale. A few good tips to keep in mind when cooking eggs: Cast-iron cookware can react chemically with egg whites, turning eggs a harmless — but unappetizing — green. If possible, use nonstick cookware instead. The best way to test an egg for freshness is to put it in the bottom of a bowl of water. Fresh eggs rest on their sides, while questionable eggs float. Egg products are featured in a wide variety of sophisticated fare, but even an inexperienced cook can master the simple recipes here with ease.


13 Simple Ways to Cook Eggs

Soft or hard, fried or baked, poached or scrambled, eggs are perfect for serving at breakfast or any time of the day, which makes them a perfect keep-it-interesting ingredient option when we're all doing more cooking at home. They're one of the least expensive and most versatile sources of animal protein, with a dozen sometimes priced as low as $1 on sale. A few good tips to keep in mind when cooking eggs: Cast-iron cookware can react chemically with egg whites, turning eggs a harmless — but unappetizing — green. If possible, use nonstick cookware instead. The best way to test an egg for freshness is to put it in the bottom of a bowl of water. Fresh eggs rest on their sides, while questionable eggs float. Egg products are featured in a wide variety of sophisticated fare, but even an inexperienced cook can master the simple recipes here with ease.


13 Simple Ways to Cook Eggs

Soft or hard, fried or baked, poached or scrambled, eggs are perfect for serving at breakfast or any time of the day, which makes them a perfect keep-it-interesting ingredient option when we're all doing more cooking at home. They're one of the least expensive and most versatile sources of animal protein, with a dozen sometimes priced as low as $1 on sale. A few good tips to keep in mind when cooking eggs: Cast-iron cookware can react chemically with egg whites, turning eggs a harmless — but unappetizing — green. If possible, use nonstick cookware instead. The best way to test an egg for freshness is to put it in the bottom of a bowl of water. Fresh eggs rest on their sides, while questionable eggs float. Egg products are featured in a wide variety of sophisticated fare, but even an inexperienced cook can master the simple recipes here with ease.


13 Simple Ways to Cook Eggs

Soft or hard, fried or baked, poached or scrambled, eggs are perfect for serving at breakfast or any time of the day, which makes them a perfect keep-it-interesting ingredient option when we're all doing more cooking at home. They're one of the least expensive and most versatile sources of animal protein, with a dozen sometimes priced as low as $1 on sale. A few good tips to keep in mind when cooking eggs: Cast-iron cookware can react chemically with egg whites, turning eggs a harmless — but unappetizing — green. If possible, use nonstick cookware instead. The best way to test an egg for freshness is to put it in the bottom of a bowl of water. Fresh eggs rest on their sides, while questionable eggs float. Egg products are featured in a wide variety of sophisticated fare, but even an inexperienced cook can master the simple recipes here with ease.


13 Simple Ways to Cook Eggs

Soft or hard, fried or baked, poached or scrambled, eggs are perfect for serving at breakfast or any time of the day, which makes them a perfect keep-it-interesting ingredient option when we're all doing more cooking at home. They're one of the least expensive and most versatile sources of animal protein, with a dozen sometimes priced as low as $1 on sale. A few good tips to keep in mind when cooking eggs: Cast-iron cookware can react chemically with egg whites, turning eggs a harmless — but unappetizing — green. If possible, use nonstick cookware instead. The best way to test an egg for freshness is to put it in the bottom of a bowl of water. Fresh eggs rest on their sides, while questionable eggs float. Egg products are featured in a wide variety of sophisticated fare, but even an inexperienced cook can master the simple recipes here with ease.


13 Simple Ways to Cook Eggs

Soft or hard, fried or baked, poached or scrambled, eggs are perfect for serving at breakfast or any time of the day, which makes them a perfect keep-it-interesting ingredient option when we're all doing more cooking at home. They're one of the least expensive and most versatile sources of animal protein, with a dozen sometimes priced as low as $1 on sale. A few good tips to keep in mind when cooking eggs: Cast-iron cookware can react chemically with egg whites, turning eggs a harmless — but unappetizing — green. If possible, use nonstick cookware instead. The best way to test an egg for freshness is to put it in the bottom of a bowl of water. Fresh eggs rest on their sides, while questionable eggs float. Egg products are featured in a wide variety of sophisticated fare, but even an inexperienced cook can master the simple recipes here with ease.


13 Simple Ways to Cook Eggs

Soft or hard, fried or baked, poached or scrambled, eggs are perfect for serving at breakfast or any time of the day, which makes them a perfect keep-it-interesting ingredient option when we're all doing more cooking at home. They're one of the least expensive and most versatile sources of animal protein, with a dozen sometimes priced as low as $1 on sale. A few good tips to keep in mind when cooking eggs: Cast-iron cookware can react chemically with egg whites, turning eggs a harmless — but unappetizing — green. If possible, use nonstick cookware instead. The best way to test an egg for freshness is to put it in the bottom of a bowl of water. Fresh eggs rest on their sides, while questionable eggs float. Egg products are featured in a wide variety of sophisticated fare, but even an inexperienced cook can master the simple recipes here with ease.


13 Simple Ways to Cook Eggs

Soft or hard, fried or baked, poached or scrambled, eggs are perfect for serving at breakfast or any time of the day, which makes them a perfect keep-it-interesting ingredient option when we're all doing more cooking at home. They're one of the least expensive and most versatile sources of animal protein, with a dozen sometimes priced as low as $1 on sale. A few good tips to keep in mind when cooking eggs: Cast-iron cookware can react chemically with egg whites, turning eggs a harmless — but unappetizing — green. If possible, use nonstick cookware instead. The best way to test an egg for freshness is to put it in the bottom of a bowl of water. Fresh eggs rest on their sides, while questionable eggs float. Egg products are featured in a wide variety of sophisticated fare, but even an inexperienced cook can master the simple recipes here with ease.


13 Simple Ways to Cook Eggs

Soft or hard, fried or baked, poached or scrambled, eggs are perfect for serving at breakfast or any time of the day, which makes them a perfect keep-it-interesting ingredient option when we're all doing more cooking at home. They're one of the least expensive and most versatile sources of animal protein, with a dozen sometimes priced as low as $1 on sale. A few good tips to keep in mind when cooking eggs: Cast-iron cookware can react chemically with egg whites, turning eggs a harmless — but unappetizing — green. If possible, use nonstick cookware instead. The best way to test an egg for freshness is to put it in the bottom of a bowl of water. Fresh eggs rest on their sides, while questionable eggs float. Egg products are featured in a wide variety of sophisticated fare, but even an inexperienced cook can master the simple recipes here with ease.


13 Simple Ways to Cook Eggs

Soft or hard, fried or baked, poached or scrambled, eggs are perfect for serving at breakfast or any time of the day, which makes them a perfect keep-it-interesting ingredient option when we're all doing more cooking at home. They're one of the least expensive and most versatile sources of animal protein, with a dozen sometimes priced as low as $1 on sale. A few good tips to keep in mind when cooking eggs: Cast-iron cookware can react chemically with egg whites, turning eggs a harmless — but unappetizing — green. If possible, use nonstick cookware instead. The best way to test an egg for freshness is to put it in the bottom of a bowl of water. Fresh eggs rest on their sides, while questionable eggs float. Egg products are featured in a wide variety of sophisticated fare, but even an inexperienced cook can master the simple recipes here with ease.


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