Eggs are called "the perfect food of nature" for a lot of good reasons, and even more should include them in your daily plan, starting with the fact that they are now listed as zero®Food!
A single egg can contain up to 6.
Protein 3G is an important source of essential nutrients such as selenium, vitamin B12 and omega-3 fatty acids. Fresh is best (
Most of the time)
Fresh eggs are ideal for most preparation methods, as they will ensure that tight proteins that do not spread or expand during cooking.
Cooked eggs are best made of eggs that have been put in the refrigerator for a week or two, and once cooked, run under the ice --
Cold water, you will find the shell peeled off almost effortlessly.
To determine if the egg is fresh, place it in a small bowl or glass filled with water.
If the egg is lying on one side and sinking to the bottom, the egg is fresh.
If it floats at the top of it, the egg will exceed its peak.
Somewhere in the middle?
These eggs are perfect for cooking hard eggs!
Poached eggs: It's all about the idea of making poached eggs that can be intimidating for regular family chefs, but that's not necessarily the case!
Start with the gently simmering water (not boiling)
Add a tablespoon of white vinegar, which will help prevent protein breakage.
If your eggs are super fresh, you can omit the vinegar.
A large shallow pan works best for three or more eggs, while the pan can be made quickly with one or two poached eggs.
After the eggs are placed in the water, set a timer for your preferred donation level: remove the poached eggs from the water with a slotted spoon, transfer to a warm plate lined with paper towels, and drain water before serving.
Make a mini egg cup for the amazing grab-and-
The Go breakfastMini egg cup is very easy to make at home and can be stored in the refrigerator for up to three or four days, which means they will always be a nutritious snack waiting for you.
These versatile little egg cups can include endless combinations of zero-point foods such as fresh vegetables, herbs, green vegetables, skim yogurt and chicken breasts.
Ground eggs: for salad chips boiled eggs, the best things can be easily ground into your favorite salad or salad sauce to increase protein content
Make sure the cooked eggs are good-
The egg yolk cools firmly throughout the process, otherwise it will break.
You can also add ground cooked eggs to the cereal bowl, tortillas, grilled vegetables and pasta dishes.
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The protein of fries is usually dependent on meat, poultry or tofu, but eggs are a cheap and easy way to add --
Protein is needed without worrying about additional preparation.
Use a fork or chopsticks and stir a few eggs together with a teaspoon or two of cold water.
Add fresh herbs, sliced peppers or a drop of black sesame oil for an extra flavor.
Pour egg mixture into non
Stick the frying pan under medium fire and push the eggs into the center while allowing uncooked eggs to gather on the edge until you have a very thin omelet.
Remove the omelet from the pan and roll it into the shape of a cigar.
Cut the omelet into thin strips and stir
Stir-fry before serving.