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Tasty School Lunch Ideas With Eggs
School lunches play an important role in nourishing children and giving them much-needed energy while they learn their lessons and socialize with others. Eggs are a high-quality protein source that is versatile and affordable. Here are some delicious egg recipes your little learner will enjoy.
Nothing beats a hearty sandwich made up of breakfast favorites: bacon, egg, spinach, and tomato. Prepare egg patties the night before, and then in the morning, layer those protein-packed goodies with turkey bacon, spinach, and a huge tomato slice. Combine this sandwich with home-cooked sweet potatoes or carrot slices on the side for a healthy, colorful feast.
Egg pizza pockets
Preheat oven to 350 degrees F. Unroll pie crusts and cut four squares from each round of pastry to come up with 8 squares in total. Whisk together two eggs, salt, and pepper, and then heat butter in skillet. Cook eggs for three to five minutes or until set. On the pastry squares, spread pizza sauce, and then top with pepperoni, mozzarella, and scrambled eggs. Brush the edges of rectangles with beaten egg, and top with remaining pastry squares and press edges to seal. Place those pockets on a baking sheet and bake until golden brown.
Boiled egg ideas
Make those school lunches a boiled egg feast with dishes such as deviled eggs (paired with strawberry slices and cut-up veggies), avocado toast, cobb salad wraps, lettuce cups, and a protein box made up of cold cuts, eggs, cheese, and an assortment of fruits and veggies.
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How Do You Differentiate Over Easy, Over Medium, And Medium Hard Eggs?
Eggs can be as simple as they are complicated. They are such versatile ingredients, and at the same time, they can be the meal itself. There are classics that everyone knows how to prepare like scrambled, fried, or sunny-side-up eggs. But there are a lot more responses to give when someone asks you how you want your eggs. Here are a few of them and their distinct characteristics.
Over easy eggs are cooked by letting the egg cook on one side for about three to four minutes then flipping it on the other side and cooking it for a few seconds, then flipping it back to the other side. The result is similar to a sunny side up egg in that the yolk is still runny, but the egg has been cooked on both sides.
Over medium eggs is cooked the same way as over easy eggs, but the time the egg is flipped is a bit longer, around five to ten seconds longer. The result is that the whites are a bit more rubbery and are more thoroughly cooked while the yolk will be a thin layer of runny yolk between layers of hardened yolk.
Lastly, over hard eggs is simply the same method but the egg is flipped and cooked for a longer period of time. Here, egg whites will start getting crispy and the yolk will be cooked through completely.