World Egg Day is celebrated on the second Friday of October every year since 1996 to raise awareness about the benefits of eggs and their importance in human nutrition. And there is one more reason to celebrate these tiny bombs of nutrition – their versatility! There are just so many ways to cook eggs that you will never get tired of experimenting.
Here are our 10 recipes to celebrate nature's highest quality source of protein.
Let us begin with the classic south Indian egg curry. This spicy dish will make your lunch very special.
Duck egg roast
The spicy Kerala-style duck egg roast is an accompaniment never to be missed; it usually pairs up with appam or idiyappam and renders the right flavour for the main course.
This recipe of dum egg biryani is a must-try when you are craving biryani but do not want to indulge in heavy meats.
Easy egg roll
Chapathi egg roll is a healthy snack that is filling and can be prepared in a jiffy with even leftover chapathis.
This tasty curry with thick gravy is truly a flavour bomb with its perfect balance of salt, sweet, spiciness and sourness. It tastes amazing with chapathi, roti or fragrant fried rice as well.
Yes, you read correctly - omelet in curry. We told you, there is no end of experiments you can do with eggs.
Spanish omelet is a classic breakfast dish that is loaded with vegetables. You can cut the omelet into small pieces and enjoy them with your morning tea.
Eggs with ivy gourd might sound like an odd combination but you will believe us once you try this recipe.
The scotch egg is a traditional British dish that has the goodness of boiled eggs and minced meat. You can enjoy Scotch eggs as a filling breakfast or as an evening snack.