Learn how to cook eggs as they make tasty meals which can be whipped up in minutes with simple easy recipes. Don't you love no-fuss recipes!
Scrambled eggs - the secret here is take the pan off the heat as soon as the eggs cook and are firm, else they'll dry out and leave cooked eggs in a puddle of liquid. Only ever cook with butter as it tastes so much better. Add herbs such as chopped chives, or a sprinkling or parmesan cheese as the eggs cook.
French Toast - There really is nothing better on a Sunday morning than to cook up French Toast. This is bread sliced, ideally thickly, soaked in beaten egg and fried in a skillet or frypan with butter. I realize it is much healthier frying with olive oil, but butter does taste so much better. Have a look at this easy french toast recipe.
Poached Eggs - Into a skillet or frypan, pour water to about 1/2 inch depth. Add 1/2 teaspoon vinegar, a pinch of salt and bring to simmer. Break the egg into the water and cook the egg by allowing to simmer for 2 to 3 minutes. When set, lift out with a slotted spoon. This is a large shallow spoon with draining holes.
Omelet - A standard one-person omelet will take two eggs, beaten and cooked in butter in a skillet, as you would a pancake. Cook the omelet with your favorite filling. Our family enjoys fillings such as:
Here is an easy omelet recipe with ham and asparagus.
Try this easy recipe to cook a Spanish Omelet
These recipes go well with eggs: