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The egg is a pretty major player in the kitchen.

But many people only go so far as to scramble them with a bit of added salt. Not the most exciting dish, right?

Considering they cost next to nothing, the egg is a brilliant food that will go with nearly anything. 

So, if you want to spice things up this weekend, look at these delicious egg dishes:

Spring Vegetable, Goats Cheese and Ham Frittata

Fresh veggies make this frittata a breakfast staple during the colder months. And it looks gorgeous too!


Egg-Drop Noodle Soup

Use quick-cooking ramen and store-bought chicken broth to get this hearty rendition of the Chinese-restaurant classic on the table in a jiffy.


Huevos Racheros Salad

A bright, sunny-side-up fried egg steals the show on this Southwestern salad topped with queso fresco, cilantro, and a citrusy black-bean-and-tomato salsa.


Coffee Creme Brulee

To create the signature shell covering this creamy, coffee-infused custard, sprinkle with brown sugar and broil until bubbly and deep brown.


The Ultimate Homemade Mayo

Put a tasty spin on this beloved condiment by choosing one of these lively variations.


Frittatas are great for when you have eggs and a lot of veg that may go off soon.

You can put almost anything you want in your frittata. Got some leftover ham? Throw that in. Rice from lunch? That can go in too! The list is endless.

What you’ll need:

  • 6 eggs
  • 150-200 ml milk
  • 1 onion
  • 1 garlic clove
  • Range of vegetables: peas, broccoli, kale, spinach, leeks, green beans, mushrooms, peppers etc.
  • Meat: cooked ham, chicken, turkey, pastrami, salami etc. (optional)
  • Fresh herbs: parsley, basil, coriander etc.
  • Cheese: cheddar, feta, goat’s cheese etc.

What you’ll need to do: 

  1. In a bowl beat the eggs with the milk and season well.
  2. Add the veg, meat and herbs you are using.
  3. Heat some oil in a heavy base frying pan and add the onion and garlic until they soften.
  4. Pour in the mixture and cook until the bottom has turned a golden brown and the egg on top has mostly set.
  5. Place under the grill and when it is just about golden and bubbling, sprinke the cheese and place back under the grill until it is set.
  6. Serve with some fresh green salad.
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