Boiled, poached, scrambled, or fried. Served alongside crunchy buttery toast for breakfast or atop a mound of fluffy rice for dinner. Topped with buttery avocado, spicy salsa, or just a sprinkling of flaky sea salt. There are countless ways to enjoy eggs. And we're digging through our archives to give you our most delicious egg recipes.
Named after the colors of the ingredients resembling the Mexican flag, huevos a la Mexicana can be enjoyed with just about anything. Serve them with re-fried beans, fried potatoes, fried cheese, avocado chunks and let's not forget, lots and lots of tortillas.
These egg nests have a spicy secret: chipotle chiles. You can adjust the amount of chipotle to get just the level of spice you like, while cilantro and avocado crema tempers the plate with just the right amount of cool. A perfect addition to your next weekend’s brunch, this is a crowd pleaser with true Latin flavor.
This squash blossom frittata is an elegant brunch item that is sure to impress your guests. Extremely perishable, squash blossoms must be used within one to two days of harvesting. Add them to beaten eggs, topped with a sprinkling of Cotija cheese, and you have a killer breakfast feast!
These Egg Tacos with Cactus are a great morning dish. They're also a fantastic way to introduce your friends to nopalitos, a classic Latin vegetable that is similar in taste to green beans and is packed with vitamin C, fiber, calcium, beta-carotene, and magnesium. Add a few chopped Serrano chiles to the mix and you will have all the energy you need for a full day of activity.
Add a hint of pumpkin to your brunch with Eggs Benedict with Pumpkin Orange Carnitas and Chipotle Hollandaise served on Pan Dulce. The bit of pumpkin, melted away in slow-cooked carnitas, is subtle enough that you’ll want to serve this dish all year long!
In this crowd-pleasing recipe all the flavors of a classic breakfast burrito are baked into a portable egg muffin studded with cheese, beans, onions and peppers. Make a big batch and enjoy these easy and healthy grab-and-go breakfasts whenever you don't have the time for a full meal!
Deviled eggs are usually made with mayo. Light, fiery jalapeño juice substitutes for the heavy creaminess of mayo in this modernized version of deviled eggs. Paired with ham, or roasted lamb, these eggs are perfect for those of us that want to reinvent our standard buffet offerings, refresh our palate or renew our perspective.
Smoked Chorizo Scrambled Eggs over Garlicky Kale Brown Rice combines the savory, peppery flavor of smoked chorizo with fluffy scrambled eggs, fiber rich brown rice, antioxidant rich kale and crisp garlic. It's perfect for any meal, breakfast through dinner!