2 Easy Ways To Add Eggs To Your Diet
As women in a busy world, we are stretching our minds and bodies like never before and one thing we tend to miss out on is the right nutrition. In this world, saturated with easily accessible junk food, true nutrition gets lost along with that missed meal! An easy way to ensure a daily dose of high-quality food is eggs.
Eggs are one of the most versatile and nutritious of food items. Protein deficiency can be easily countered with the help of eggs. Filled with nutrients and high quality protein they are full of incredible health benefits. Eggs have 71 calories but no carbs or sugars. They have all nine amino acids, no gluten, plenty of choline, vitamins and minerals and are made up of only one ingredient – eggs. They are also easy to make as they cook in a few minutes.
Due to their versatile nature, they can be cooked in different forms to suit any palate. Boiled eggs, baked, fried, poached, omelettes, sandwiches, quiches, salads, muffins, pancakes, frittatas, scrambled – the ways to eat an egg are endless. It is the perfect quick fix for hunger, any time of the day.
Two excellent ways to make eggs into a nutritious anytime food are baking them as vegetable filled muffins and a light vegetable egg salad.
This Healthy Breakfast Egg Muffins is one of my favourite recipes for breakfast. It is a quick, easy and healthy way to eat eggs and greens. Just chop a few favourite vegetables, add a bit of chicken or meat if you like and whisk in the eggs. Pour in muffin cups and bake. They are ready to eat in a few minutes with your favourite bread.
The next recipe is my soul food kind of egg recipe, perfect for a meal. This One-Pot Spicy Eggs And Potatoes is flavourful and has two perfectly matched ingredients – eggs and potatoes, healthy, wholesome, filling and tasty. This takes eggs to a new level – instant bliss.
I find eggs to be both comfort food and health food. A perfect blend that makes it an ideal food for everyone at any time of the day or night. Moreover, an egg a day has been recommended by the experts too.
Do you remember the fun jingle, ‘Sunday ho ya monday roz khao ande’? Don’t forget to eat an egg a day!sh
Written by Inderpreet Kaur Uppal