Eggs anytime! Eggs are a healthy choice always!

Eggs on a tomato onion relish

 

I can eat eggs morning, noon and night – and I do.  Not in the same day though.

One small egg has 54 calories and a large one about 72.  Now that is a bargain wouldn’t you say?  You can do so many things to 2 eggs and feel satisfied.

The above is one of my favorite ways to make eggs for a crowd.  Brunch comes to mind when I want to make something simple, delicious and filling.   These eggs do it all.

They don’t really need a recipe – I’ll give you a quick blueprint though.

Slice a couple of onions, dice the same amount of tomatoes.

In a large flat skillet saute the onions in oil or butter.  Season with salt and pepper.  After about 10 minutes, add the tomatoes.   When the onion tomato mixture looks appealing start breaking the eggs one at a time over the mixture.  To cook the eggs through you can either put the pan in the oven for about 5 to 8 minutes at 350 degrees or cover the skillet and cook until the eggs are done to your liking.

Garnish with chopped cilantro and served with toasted bread.

Baked eggs with potato hash

 

Since this is brunch, you can splurge and serve the eggs with potato hash.  that recipe will come soon.

Enjoy these eggs – tell me how you like to cook your eggs.

Until I eat again!

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2 Comments Add yours

  1. tandoorichic says:

    I have a receipe that is fun for kids and quick for working women, take a rounded steel scoop spatula , add a bit of olive oil heat up on the stove and when oil heats up add a few dry chilli one should do.

    Then break an egg in to the spatula, let it sit a few seconds on low heat and slowly turn it over, few more seconds, now plate it upside down…:)

    if you use ghee instead of olive oil it iwll be yummy…it’s so easy to make and interesting to eat…:)

    1. Geetika says:

      That sounds great and very clever. Would love to see a picture of it if you have it!

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