Easy tips for making delicious eggs
The regular, everyday egg is a power packed food and loaded with nutrients. Eggs are an incredible “super food” and come highly recommended by health experts for their goodness. Take a look at why eggs are considered an incredible breakfast, lunch, and dinner staple in so many households:
Eggs are heavy in nutrients but low in calories. They are rich in proteins, Vitamin D, Vitamin B12, choline and selenium, all needed to promote good health. They’re super easy to cook and can be prepared in a number of ways making them an ideal variety for breakfast, lunch and dinner.
Eggs can be had soft boiled, hard boiled, baked, as an omelette, deviled, fried, poached, as an omelet or scrambled. Eggs are great in a salad, in a quiche, or in a frittata to name a few delicious ways they can be eaten.
Check out the benefits of microwave eggs. They’re the perfect way to cook eggs on those stressful and rushed mornings. A Microwave Egg Cooker cooks 4 eggs, soft or hard boiled right in your microwave. All you have to do is add water to the microwave egg shaped dome, keep the eggs inside, close and cook in the microwave. And your microwave eggs are ready in minutes! You can also use a Microwave Egg Boiler to give you boiled eggs without the fear of exploding shells.
An omelet maker like the Sylvania non-stick omelet maker allows you to enjoy perfectly shaped omelets every time. You can mix in whatever you want with your egg like cheese, tomatoes or ham and just drop it in your omelet maker and in a few minutes, your omelet is ready to eat.
Microwave eggs in a Microwave egg poacher give you perfectly cooked poached eggs. The vented base allows for steam to escape for even cooking. Just lock the lid, flip the cooked eggs and they’re ready to serve.
Eggs are called “wonder food” with reason, their nutritional benefits are numerous. They’re great for your eyesight as they prevent muscular degeneration and lower the risk of developing cataracts. Regular consumption of eggs prevent the risk of strokes, heart attacks and blood clots. Other nutrients in eggs helps regulate the nervous system. Eggs have natural Vitamin D and are known to prevent breast cancer.