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Are you not sure how to cook an egg? Maybe you want to learn how to poach or grill an egg properly? Luckily, Amiel Stanek, an assistant food editor at Bon Appétit, has put together a handy video detailing almost every way you could possibly cook an egg.
Video detailing how to cook an egg
Watch the video of 59 ways to cook an egg below now.
The video properly demonstrates how versatile and flexible the egg can be as a food. As the video shows, eggs can be baked, fried, pickled, mashed, toasted, grilled, steamed, ironed and more.
Are eggs good for you?
The humble and versatile egg has some impressive health benefits. On average, one medium boiled egg contains:
- 84 calories
- 8.3g protein
- 5.7g fat
- 1.6g saturated fat
- 113 mg of choline
- Rich in iron, phosphorus, selenium and vitamins A, B12, B2 and B5
It is worth noting that you should ensure to eat the yolks. The egg’s yolk contains much all the nutrients that the egg has to offer.
In a study from Paediatrics magazine, it was suggested that giving young children one egg a day for 6 months, alongside a diet with reduced sugar-sweetened foods, can promote healthy growth, help them achieve a healthy height and prevent stunting.
Eggs have long been demonised as a food source that raises your cholesterol. Recent studies have shown that, even though a large egg contains around 212mg of cholesterol, dietary cholesterol sources have little impact on the blood’s overall cholesterol level. Cholesterol is produced by the liver daily as the amount produced is determined by the amount of food you eat.
How do you cook an egg?
What are your favourite egg recipes or ways to cook an egg? Let us know in the comment box below. Thanks!