Eggs for breakfast
If all I could have for breakfast ever was eggs, I would be perfectly happy with that.
Eggs are pretty much the perfect food. They contain a bit of almost every nutrient that the body needs.
One large egg provides you with 77 calories, with 6g of protein, 5 grams of fat and no carbs…
also Vitamins A, B, D, E, K, and folate, phosphurus, selenium, calcium and zinc.
I love eggs and their versatility. But my absolute favourite breakfast is one with a runny yolk, a side of salmon, and let me not forget potato rostis…
Poached or fried, but runny please
The on the run boiled egg
Bit of salt and pepper,
I don’t like adding milk and butter like most people do when they make scrambled egg. A straight up egg scramble with herbs does the trick for me.
make me happy!
I get up very early in the mornings and so I have plenty time to prepare breakfast. In fact my eyes open and the first thing I think about is food.
When I do meet up with someone for breakfast, my go-to choice is usually eggs benedict. Basically a hollandaise sauce which is an emulsion of egg yolk, butter and lemon juice, drizzled over poached eggs. Some egg excess there for me, but it is oh so worth it.
Eggs do contain cholesterol but it does not have an adverse reaction in most people. There are some who are hyper-sensitive to the amounts of cholesterol and so I need to say:
please note: I am not a nutritionist or doctor, therefore if you are going to literally eat eggs the way I do, please consult your GP/doctor.