As an ode to beloved eggs, let’s check at some egg-licious recipes shared by your favourite food bloggers.

What did the egg do when it saw a frying pan? It Scrambled! It must be haha funny but let us tell you (or you probably know) that eggs are more than just ‘Scrambled Eggs’. Arguably, one of the oldest foods known to mankind – Eggs play an important role in our lives and health. Today being International Egg Day, we are egg-cited to share with you some of the most delectable egg recipes by Indian Food influencers and bloggers.

On a side note, eggs are rich sources of selenium, vitamin D, B6, B12 and minerals such as zinc, iron and copper. But do you know what’s the best part? These delightful little things are super-duper delicious! From Turkish-style eggs to sunny-side up and to egg-Masala curry to Hyderabadi egg-Korma, we have tried and covered it all, for you!

Take a look at these delicious egg recipes:

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Turkish Eggs for two👩‍👦Poached eggs placed on top of creamy labneh and served with sweet potatoes, cucumber, pan fried halloumi, a drizzle of olive oil and a generous dash of dukkah (or your choice of spice) is a filling and healthy brunch//breakfast bursting with fresh flavours.The myriad of textures, temperatures, and tastes in this dish is what my summer dreams are made of. Swipe to see how I put together this brunch for Little A and me 😍 The secret to making perfect and grogeous poached eggs everytime lies in selecting really fresh eggs. End of story. And that is made possible with just one WhatsApp message to @goldeneggs_aljazira. Love how anything is possible in #mydubai! #thoughtsoverchai #brunch

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That Minty Creamy Low GI Friendly Egg Masala – Done Just before lockdown I stocked up on just enough essentials to last us a month. I bought vegetables that last long (elephant foot yam, cauliflower, cabbage, bitter gourds, bottle gourds, pumpkin & green tomatoes (so they ripened slowly). I also bought chicken, prawns, fish, eggs & milk. I did this because I'm cooking food for certain senior citizens & I needed to stock enough. I didn't hoard. I suggest you don't either. Our Government is doing a fantastic job. Lets help them by conserving everything so that you don't need to go outdoors too many times. I'm cooking every alternate day & the rotis you see in this photo are rotis that I made yesterday – that's why they're looking darker than usual. Just as yum once reheated though. I made this egg curry for everyone's dinner today On a separate note – I'm getting DM's on how we're exchanging food safely. I pack everything in those disposable paper containers & leave it outside each senior citizens door. Once I leave I text them to take the food in. We don't see each other. I come home, wash my hands thoroughly, wipe down the elevator buttons, door handles with dettol. Simple I hard boiled eggs & set aside I tempered oil with cloves, pepper corns, ginger-garlic pastes, onions & cashews. Once cool, I ground to a very smooth paste along with milk, fresh coriander, green chillies, mint, tamarind pulp & salt I tempered oil with black cardamom & cinnamon and & simmered the smooth paste till it thickened. I added more milk & the boiled eggs & cooked till thick & creamy Such a fresh meal with just a hint of mint to add extra freshness & the perfect accompaniment to leftover parathas, onions & lime What are you cooking these days during these trying times?

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Egg Idli is basically eggs cooked in a an idli pan and then tossed with a spicy masala. It is  great healthy dish to make for breakfast. Here is how to make it. Detailed recipe link – Ingredients  6 Eggs 1 tbsp Vegetable Oil 1 tsp Mustard Seeds 10-12 Curry Leaves 1 Dry Red Chillies (broken) 1/2 tsp Red Chilli Powder 1/2 tsp Turmeric Powder Instructions Heat water in a idli steamer. Grease the idli moulds with oil. Break one egg in each mould and sprinkle with salt and black pepper. Steam until eggs are set (10-12 mins). Heat vegetable oil in a pan. Once the oil is hot, add mustard seeds, curry leaves, dry red chilies, red chilli powder and turmeric powder and fry for a few seconds. Add the egg idli in the masala and toss well very gently. Garnish with fresh coriander and serve hot. Notes Don't over steam the eggs otherwise they will become chewy. #eggrecipes #eggbreakfast #indianeggrecipes #eggsoldiers #idli

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Hey guys aaj main bana rahi hu ek bahut hi interesting ande ki recipe lekin vegetarian hai ye…. Ingredients For Stuffing 100 Grams Paneer (Grated) 1/4 Tsp. Salt 1/2 Tsp. Turmeric Powder For Outer Covering 200 Grams Paneer (Grated) 2 Grated Potatoes Salt For Gravy 2 Tsp. Oil 1 Tsp. Cumin Seeds 2 Pcs. Cardamom 1 Small Pcs. Cinnamon stick 3-4 Pcs. Cloves 6-7 Pcs. Black Pepper 3 Medium size Onion (Roughly Chopped) 2 Pcs. Green Chilli Chopped 3 Medium Size Tomatoes (Roughly Chopped) Salt as Per Taste 2 Tsp. Oil 1 Bay Leaf 3/4 Tsp. Ginger (Grated) 1/2 Tsp. Garlic (Grated) 1/4 Tsp. Turmeric Powder 1 Tsp. Red Chilli Powder 1 Tsp. Coriander Powder 1/2 Tsp. Dry Mango Powder 1/4 Tsp. Asafoetida 1/2 Cup Milk Cream Fenugreek As Required 1/4 Tsp. Garam Masala Coriander Leaves As Required Butter as per Taste Salt to Taste #VegAndaCurry #AndaCurry #VegetarianRecipe #VegetarianFood #recipe #foodie #indianfood #indinacuisine #foodstagram #streetfood #comfortfood #foodforfoodies #mintsrecipes

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Feeling like a weekend because I had been working this whole week 🙈 So, I thought of treating myself with my favourite breakfast ❤️ Shakshouka, a dish of eggs poached in a sauce of tomatoes, pepper, onion & garlic is a Middle Eastern dish, also famous across North Africa. The little sweetness of red peppers and spiciness of the herbs makes it tastes super delicious!❣️ . . To watch my YouTube Video, search 'Nikita Varma Vlogs' ❤️ . . . . . . #staytuned on #iamdatingfood #vsco #eeats #food #followme #likeme #homemadefood #eggs #breakfast❣️ #foodinstagrammer #breakfastoftheday #cooking #foodphotography #indiagram #instagramers #instafood #vscofood #indianfood #homefood

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Hyderabadi Egg Korma, #videorecipe Here is a quick and easy recipe for Hyderabadi style egg Korma! Prepare the masala: Set a pan on medium heat, add peanuts, sliced coconuts and sesame seeds, roast them and keep it aside In the same pan add some oil and fry the sliced onions till it turns golden brown Blend the onions with the roasted sesame seeds, coconuts and peanuts into a fine paste Making the egg curry: 1. Make slits in the boiled eggs with a knife randomly. 2. Heat a pan on medium heat, add 1 tbsp ghee, add the boiled eggs, turmeric powder, fry the eggs in ghee for 2-3 minutes, set aside for a while. 3. Heat a separate wok in medium flame, add 2 tbsp ghee, jeera, garlic and ginger, cook for 1-2 minutes. 4. Add the paste and cook it for 5-7 mins 5. Add salt to taste, coriander powder, red chilli powder,garam masala powder and cook the masala well 6, Add beaten curd to the paste and let it cook with the masalas properly 7. Add water, bring it to boil and then cover and cook for about 10 mins 8. Add mint leaves and coriander leaves and mix well 9. Add the fried eggs and cover and cook for 5 mins or till oil separates. Do try it and comment how it was, Serve it hot with rotis or rice. #eggcurry #eggmasala #eggcurrymasala #curriedeggs #thatindiancurry #buzzfeedfood #feedfeed #thefeedfeed #huffposttaste #foodprnshare #droolclub #f52gram #thekitchn #sweetmagazine #tastespotting #forkfeed #foodgawker #kitchenbowl #bhgfood #buzzfeast #IndianCurryLeague

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⭐Egg Appams⭐ A crazy good & comforting recipe for you guys to try & if you love eggs & dosas, this combination if going to blow your mind, egg appams require a bit of skill to make, but once you get the hang of it, it will be easy. Do try out the recipe & let me know what you think in the comments below Makes About 5-6 Appams Ingredients For the batter 2 cups dosa batter 1/2 cup coconut milk Salt to taste 2 tbsp sugar Other ingredients 5-6 Eggs 1/4 cup gun powder/ mulga pods 1/4 cup ghee for frying if you enjoy these videos please Subscribe to the channel/page to show your love & support 👍🏼 You can also follow me on : Instagram:… Facebook:… Youtube: For any business, inquiries contact me on: . Disclaimer: All aspects of this video are created by me unless stated otherwise, kindly refrain from using any photos or videos without my permission. Thank you! #dosa #appams #hoppers #eggappams #egghoppers #mumbai #delicious #yum #foodies #foodbloggers #foodstylist #foodstyling #foodgasm #foodphotography #foodporn ##cheflife olive oil#chefofinstagram #chefmode #instafood #instagood #instamood #mood #igersindia #igersmumbai #eeeeeats #easyrecipes #lockdowncooking

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A quick breakfast that maximizes visual appeal. Toast acting as a plate for this generous beet hummus spread, topped with soft eggs. #toast . Beet Hummus: 1 large beet, peel, chop, bake or pan cook 1/2 cup cooked chickpeas 3 garlic 2 tbsp tahini or pine nuts or walnuts 1/2 tsp cumin powder 2-3 stalks cilantro 1 tbsp lemon juice Pepper, chili flakes, salt 1 tbsp olive oil Blend everything well. Serve on toasts, with pasta or as a dip. . . . . #eggontoast #hummus #morningbreakfast #summerbreakfast #eggs #beethummus #foodphotography #beet #beautifulcuisines #rslove #thekitchn #foodandwine #hummus #eatinghealthy #inseasonnow #sharefood #breakfastideas #saveurmag #eattheworld #bhgfood #realfood #rslove #breakfastofchampions #toasttuesday #breakfast #egg #roastytoasty

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