Humble Egg Recipes that your kids will love


If your kids are missing on Eggetarian Diet, you have to ensure they don't.  Eggs also contain more Vitamin D than they did 10 years ago, which helps to protect bones. Eggs also contain more Vitamin D than they did 10 years ago, which helps to protect bones. Eggs help to prevent cataracts and to protect eye sight. Protein is one of the most important elements of our diet. Our bodies use protein to build new and repair old tissue. Eggs are champions at providing high quality protein. 

Amino acids are the building blocks of protein. Nine of these amino acids cannot be manufactured by the body and must be derived from the diet. A complete protein food contains enough of these nine essential amino acids to promote growth and maintain body tissue.

The hair and nails reflect many biochemical imbalances and shortages in the body. Eggs can help to promote healthy hair and nails because of their high content of sulphur-containing amino acids and the wide array of vitamins and minerals. 

We bring you some awesome recipes to help you your kid fall in love with Eggs!

1. Eggpeas with Butter Garlic: Boil Peas until soft, Chop Garlic into small pieces and fry them in the oil until brown. Add a pinch of Pepper and salt. Add  Boiled peas. Make the egg Batter, and add it to the mixture till cooked. Your kids will love the butter.

2. Cheesy Avacado omelette: Chop Avacado, Apple and Coriander into really small pieces. Heat Mustard seeds in 1 tbs. of oil, add salt and pepper and mixture of fruits chopped for 30 seconds and keep them aside. BEAT eggs, water, salt and pepper in small bowl until blended. HEAT butter in 7 to 10-inch nonstick omelet pan or skillet over medium-high heat until hot. Pour the filling and grated cheese. Yummy Omelette is ready to eat!

3. Spinach Onion French Toast: Boil Spinach until a little soft, and chop onions into small pieces. BEAT eggs, water, salt and pepper in small bowl until blended. Mix them in the Egg Batter. Cut Bread into round Pieces, dip them in the batter and heat butter in the non stick, cook them until slight brown. 

 

 

 

 


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  • Buffy

    Jun 14, 2017

    michelle: i don't think our shops carry japanese soy milk:(food: yeah, n i always find it strange when ppl dabao boiling soups:((( don't they kntngbluroiw?: there you go. universal truthnee: close to perfect...when you get to perfect, tell me:))




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