5 different ways to prepare eggs

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Eggs bring everything. They provide a lot of valuable protein, are easy to process and taste good. However, if you always cook the same and struggle to find a new manufacturing variant, it's not fun anymore. That would be a pity, because eggs are almost perfect for strength athletes and other health enthusiasts. Eggs are great sources of the important egg protein. They give your body one of the most powerful nutrients for muscle growth and fat loss. You can not go wrong with eggs. They are highly nutritious. Eggs are rich in tryptophan, selenium, iodine, vitamins B2, B5 and D as well as phosphorus and many other micronutrients. If you pay attention to good quality when shopping, the only downside to the eggs is that you may not be able to see them at some point. It gets boring to always eat the same. You will solve this dilemma once and for all. Here are five ways to prepare egg dishes.

1. Scrambled eggs in Mexican style

If you want to make a quick breakfast early in the morning, scrambled eggs are the perfect choice. Nothing is so versatile and at the same time done so quickly. Mix chopped vegetables - such as. Peppers, onions or tomatoes - in the scrambled eggs and add a little cheese. Processed cheese is ideal here. There are already with 9% fat content with a decent taste.

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Preparation: Over medium heat, heat half a tablespoon of olive oil in your pan and add the vegetables. Beat two eggs in the pan and add some egg whites. You can also buy the latter in a Tetra pack. It's faster, cheaper and you do not have to "sacrifice" so many eggs. Take a wooden spoon and stir the mass. Now you sprinkle salt, pepper and - if you like - a little garlic over it. If you want something sharper, take cayenne pepper. For an optimal consistency of the scrambled eggs, you can add a sip of milk.

2. Hard-boiled eggs with tuna salad

The good thing about hard eggs is the difference in taste compared to scrambled eggs. Another advantage is the ability to make many hard-boiled eggs at once. So you always have one or more fast protein meals in the fridge. The special kick you get when you combine the hard-boiled eggs with a tuna salad. This is a true protein booster. Two valuable sources of protein are used here, because besides the eggs, the tuna also carries a large amount of protein. In terms of taste, it is an interesting as well as attractive approach. The tuna should be inserted only in its own juice and water. The nutritional values ​​are much better than when you put in oil.

Preparation: Boil one or two eggs until they are hard. Peel and cut them into small cubes. Mix cubes with the contents of a tin of tuna and one to two tablespoons of low-fat mayonnaise and a tablespoon of vinegar and oil. If desired, enriched with salt and pepper you can spread the finished mass with a spoon on two slices of bread to make a sandwich.

3. Protein pancakes

For the cravings for sweets, which you really should not have, you have found here an ideal recipe. Protein pancakes are perfect as a dessert or as part of a brunch. This snack is very balanced in terms of its nutritional content. The preparation takes only a few moments.

Preparation: Find a non-stick skillet, take a whisk and mix two egg whites with half a scoop of protein powder. Cook it like a pancake now. If small bubbles form at the edges, take a cooking spatula and carefully remove the pancake from the pan. Cover it with a little almond butter and cover it with apple slices and a pinch of cinnamon. Alternatively, you can also take natural peanut butter with sliced ​​bananas etc.

4. Egg and vegetable soup

Instead of the chicken soup with noodles you can provide variety with an egg and vegetable soup. It is very easy to make when you can lay eggs in a bowl.

Preparation: Heat two to three cups of chicken or beef broth with a low sodium content and add vegetables of your choice (eg broccoli, mushrooms, onions, carrots, celery or bean sprouts). If you want to add carbohydrates, add finely sliced ​​potato slices, whole wheat pasta, or cooked barley. At the end of the cooking process you crack one or two eggs in the shell. Optionally, pour in five or six egg whites. Then you heat the whole thing and stir it occasionally. As soon as the eggs whiten, you take them off the stove and serve them.

5. Chocolate meringue cookies

Sweet-toothed cats can also turn eggs into a sweet dessert. Meringue cookies are among the tastiest low-calorie sweets ever.

Preparation: Heat your oven to 200 degrees and lay out the baking sheet with baking paper. Mix half a cup of stevia, a tablespoon of cocoa powder and a quarter teaspoon of cinnamon together. Pour two egg whites into a large bowl and beat with an electric mixer until stiff. Add the dry mixture and stir well. Take balls the size of a teaspoon and place them on the baking sheet. Keep a distance of about 2 centimeters between the balls. Put the tin in the oven and bake for 20 minutes. When done, place them on a cool wire rack for 30 minutes.