Eggs are great sources of iron, folate, vitamin A, lutein, and brain-building choline. The fat in eggs is largely unsaturated, or "good," and each egg has only 72 calories. And both whites and yolks are rich in protein, which makes meals more filling. Best of all, eggs offer endless options for vegetable-packed dishes such as these protein-packed poached eggs. The following breakfast egg recipes prove there's more than one way to crack an egg.
Enjoy a thick slice of toast topped with a freshly poached egg and a sprinkle of salt and pepper for your morning meal. Experiment with different flavors using the ingredients you have on hand, including sauteed spinach and sliced garlic, or cream cheese and smoked salmon.
Fried eggs add a burst of color to this take on Korean bibimbap, made in a skillet rather than a traditional hot pot.
With antioxidants, vitamin A and C, and calcium, watercress is a nutritional powerhouse when added to any plate.