Egg recipes for winter diet: Make the most of winter season with these egg recipes.
Winters are here and the cold days bring with them a bevy of interesting foods. As the air gets nippier and we snuggle up into our cosy blankets, all we want is to be tucked in with a comforting dish. Egg is one versatile ingredient which can be used in cooking in winters in a number of ways. It's not just enriched with vital nutrients, but is also extremely delicious to taste in various recipes, especially in the winter season.
With exceptional protein content and a range of essential nutrients, there's no doubt why egg is one of the most nutritious foods on the planet. Vitamin A, B2, B6, D, E and Calcium are abundantly found in eggs. Further, eggs are said to keep us full for longer and thus, aid weight loss too. According to the book 'Healing Foods' by DK Publishing, eggs help in boosting the metabolic activity of the body. Macrobiotic Nutritionist and Health Practitioner Shilpa Arora notes, "With their high quality proteins and fat soluble vitamins, eggs are the perfect delicious treats for anyone looking to lose weight." Eggs also come with healthy fats such as Omega 3, which keep the body healthy and warm in the chilly winters.
1. Egg Biryani
When Biryani meets Egg - it's truly the best of both worlds! Aromatic and flavourful Egg Biryani will become your go-to recipe in no time. Click here for the full recipe.
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Egg Biryani is one recipe which you must try this winter.
Warm, comforting and so delicious - the one-pot Mediterranean dish is tastier than you can imagine. Its spicy flavours and the zingy taste of tomatoes go perfectly with the Indian palate. Here is the full recipe.
This Parsi recipe takes on the classic scrambled eggs and reinvents it with just a hint of onion, garlic and spices. Best paired with hot, warm buttered toast or buns! Click here for the full recipe.
4. Egg Roll
We all have this one recipe that we just can't refuse - and egg roll is one of them! Make this street-style delicacy in the comfort of your own home with this yummy recipe. Here is the full recipe.
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Street-style egg rolls can make for an interesting dish in winters.
5. Baked Eggs
Boiled, poached, and fried egg is something we all have tried. But how about baked eggs? Soul-satiating and warm, these creamy and delicious baked eggs spell comfort in every bite. Click here for the full recipe.
6. Shahi Egg Curry
Indian curries have a big comfort factor of their own, which is why this Shahi egg curry is something we would definitely recommend trying this winter season. Feast fit for royalty, we'd say! Find the full recipe here.
7. Egg And Garlic Fried Rice
If you want to tingle your taste buds with something fiery hot, this egg and garlic fried rice is the way to go. You won't be able to go back once you try it! Here is the full recipe.
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Try egg fried rice with garlic for an interesting meal today.
8. Egg Parantha
Can a winter fare ever be complete without a piping, hot parantha? This unique parantha is stuffed with a spicy and crunchy egg mix which will make you want more with every bite. Click here for the full recipe.
9. Nargisi Kofta
Regular koftas are passe, as the zesty Nargisi kofta beats them all hollow. Fried eggs coated with a flavorsome minced meat mixture, this heartwarming curry is something you truly can't resist. Find the full recipe here.
So, what are you waiting for? Don your apron, whip out the ingredients and enjoy these delightful egg dishes all of winter season.
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