Recipe Box # 39 Egg News

This came in an email from Food Network. I love eggs and it satisfying to know (I hope) eggs are more healthy than thought previously. 

 "The United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) announced that cholesterol levels in eggs are lower than previously thought. After reviewing the nutrient composition of standard large eggs, the USDA results show the average amount of cholesterol in one large egg is 185 mg, 14% lower than previously recorded. Consuming an egg a day fits easily within dietary guidance, which recommends limiting cholesterol consumption to 300 mg per day. The USDA analysis also revealed that a single large egg now contains 64% more Vitamin D than last reported in 2002. Eggs are one of the few foods that are a naturally good source of Vitamin D, which plays an important role in calcium absorption, helping to form and maintain strong bones. The amount of protein in one large egg remains the same – 6 grams of protein or 13% of the recommended daily value. And at 70 calories per egg and just 15 cents a serving, eggs are nutrient-dense, affordable and the perfect choice for breakfast. For more information on the nutritional benefits of eggs, or to pick up new and exciting recipes, check out f/IncredibleEdibleEgg."

Looking back:
Baked Egg in Mushroom Tartlet
 Baked Eggs in Mushroom Tartlets from Kelly Siew Cooks - 
Isn't this a delicious beauty?
Cauliflower Salad 
 Cauliflower Salad from Chicky's Cafe and Bowtique
This is a great way to use cauliflower.

A slice of Swiss chard and leek quiche

Swiss Chard Quiche from my favorite, MJ's Kitchen. You go girl, with these great recipes.


  1. Thank you for another round, Chaya!

  2. I am happy about the egg news too. I love eggs for dinner and of course for baking what else would I do. Thanks for allowing me to contribute to your Recipe Box. Linda

  3. I'm a huge fan of eggs. They are so versatile and nutritious. I was very glad to learn that they are now officially good for us once again :) This week I've shared a quick and easy Chocolate Banana Snack Cake. Thank you for hosting.

  4. Love eggs... never believed they were bad for you.
    Happy First Day of Spring Chaya thanks for the party.

  5. Hi Chaya, I LOVE eggs too, thanks for hosting :)

  6. Thanks so much for the feature Chaya!!! You're a doll! Now that we are getting local free range eggs from a friend, we are eating A LOT of eggs! Thanks for hosting and hope you are having a great week!


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