Eggs are so versatile. I’ve made egg dishes not only for breakfast but also lunch and dinner. These oval delights are a great source of inexpensive, high quality protein. Other health benefits include vitamins B2, D, B6 and B12 and minerals like zinc, iron, and cholesterol.
This much-loved ingredient features prominently in diets around the world though the way they’re prepared can differ greatly. The infographic below includes a mouth-watering list of how the world serves them. From this list, I’ve tried United Kingdom’s Scotch Eggs, China’s Egg Flower Soup, France’s Meringue, Italy’s Deviled Eggs (didn’t know they originated there), and of course the United States Eggs Benedict. I would love to try all these other ones, and it’s easy enough to do a quick internet recipe search.
I would have liked to see Korea’s Bibimbap dish listed since its image was used behind the title for the infographic. How about you – are there any egg dishes you think are missing from this infographic? Which ones do you want to try? Let us know in the comments!
Sources: Expedia, American Egg Board, World Egg Day