3 Delicious Egg-Based Recipes for National Egg Day
From crispy, gooey fried eggs to creamy, melt-in-your-mouth egg salads, eggs are a satisfying part of the modern diet. In fact, the average person eats over 270 eggs each year. June 3rd is National Egg Day — where you have an excuse to indulge in your favorite egg-based meals. Here are a few recipes we’re excited to share.
Classic Deviled Eggs
Are you ready for some 1950s throwback? This all-American appetizer is a mainstay at reunions, holidays, and events. Here's the kicker: you can whip together deviled eggs in minutes. Seriously. All you need is some eggs, mayo, vinegar, and a sprinkle of paprika. Oh, and some salt and pepper. Here's an easy-to-follow recipe. Are you looking to spice things up? Here's a great spicy deviled egg recipe.
Picture this: rich tomato sauce mixed with gooey, silky eggs. That's Shakshuka. This traditional African recipe has captured the hearts of people across the globe. Gently poached eggs stew in garlic, tomatoes, and onions to create a one-of-a-kind taste. We hunted down the most authentic Shakshuka recipe. But feel free to mix it up and add some jalapenos, cilantro, or even some kimchi!
A favorite of Keto-based diets, Cobb salad combines crisp greens, creamy avocado, crispy bacon, and hard-boiled eggs. Healthy doesn't have to be bland. We love the idea of using a homemade dressing. But feel free to use your favorite store-bought superstar. Here's our favorite recipe. Want to transform this into a vegetarian-centric dish? Ditch the bacon and add some tofu. It's still delicious!