Trust Nigella: Turkish eggs, eggs poached on Greek yogurt, is a revelation and a complete sensation.
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Eggs are cheap, low in calories, easy to cook, and filled with a lot of nutrients that are otherwise difficult to find: B vitamins, omega 3s, zinc, copper, and more. Perfect scrambled eggs are meltingly soft and fluffy, almost like a cloud. To get them that way, I use baking soda, which reacts with the eggs’ natural acidity and creates pillowy air pockets.
This quick and easy Italian recipe is loaded not only with nutrients, but also with the robust flavor of fresh basil, pungent garlic, and extra-virgin olive oil.
No Southern food spread of any kind—funeral, baby shower, wedding party, holiday celebration, or tailgate—would be complete without a tray of stuffed eggs.
We’ve all made omelets that look a little wonky but taste delicious. No worries. John E. Finn’s book, The Perfect Omelet, makes us embrace them all; omelets are something to celebrate.
If you find the task of peeling hard-boiled eggs frustrating and arduous, we found an egg peeler that does the hard part for you. And it’s made right here in Connecticut.