Norco Ranch knows like no other how versatile, delicious, and spectacularly healthy eggs actually are. Plus, cooking eggs is really easy, which is one of the reasons why people have been cooking them forever. While various tools now exist to make cooking eggs even easier, there really is no need for those, or at least not for the following recipes.
Norco Ranch’s Favorite Egg Recipes
This is a delicious breakfast egg recipe that comes from Mexico. It can be varied to taste, so you can create something unique each time. You can take toppings away or add some different ones, in other words. What you need according to the original recipe is two eggs, a soft tortilla shell, refried beans, half a sliced avocado, salsa, some shredded Mexican cheese, and some sour cream.
Heat up a frying pan with some oil or cooking spray, getting the pan nice and hot. Crack your two eggs into it and when they fry, you can prepare your tortilla on a plate, spreading it with refried beans. Add a little of the cheese and toss the whole thing in the microwave so that the cheese melts. Flip the eggs with a spatula (or try to flip them by hand if you’re feeling really adventurous!) and go back to your tortilla, taking it out of the microwave. Add your avocado slices at that point and then slide your fried eggs onto the plate, right in the center. Top with salsa and sour cream.
Indian Deviled Eggs
Deviled eggs are enjoyed the world over. It can be made in many different ways, including by turning it into an Indian dish. Best of all, that makes them a little bit healthier because you make them without mayonnaise. You will need six eggs (hard-boiled), half a minced red onion, some black pepper, a bit of curry powder, fresh coriander (finely chopped), some oil, and a chutney topping if you really want to go Indian.
Once your eggs have boiled, half them length-wise and take the yolk out. Sautee your onions, stirring in the coriander, curry, and pepper. Once mixed, add the yolks and mash it up. Add a tiny bit of salt if you feel that is necessary and then spoon it back into the egg whites. Top with a bit of chutney.
Baked Vegetable Omelet
Omelets are standard for egg lovers. You can add just about anything you like to them, baking it, frying it, and even boiling it in a bag. Take some eggs, add as many cheeses as you like, pop in a couple of vegetables (tomatoes, broccoli, and onion goes really well), and some milk, and you will be good to go.
These are just three classic recipes that you can make with egg, which really show just how versatile the humble egg actually is. The best thing is that you can make so many different variations, adding different cheeses, spices, and vegetables, that you will never get bored.