Breakfast for dinner?


Oh yea!  Eggs are not just for breakfast.  They can be incorporated into any meal whether it be lunch, snack or breakfast for dinner.

Hungry for something new? Try the power of the egg…it’s a culinary wonder. They are nutritious, economical and delicious in so many ways… and they just may be the most versatile food out there.

Little Known Facts About This Culinary Gem

  • Did you know that a hen will never lay more than one egg in a day?
  • Did you know the best way to crack an egg is in a small bowl to prevent egg shells getting into your recipe ingredients? It’s much easier this way if you need to remove bits of shells.  And cracking each in a separate bowl will prevent having to throw out all of the eggs you are using should one include the dreaded, somewhat developed embryo…hey, it happens.
  • Did you know that it doesn’t matter the color of the egg shell? That only differentiates the breed…they all taste the same.
  • Did you know the best way to store eggs is in the container you bought them in? Also, store them in the refrigerator but not on the door shelf.  The constant opening and closing of the door causes them to degrade faster.
  • Did you know, to determine the egg’s freshness….you can place it in a bowl of water.  If it sinks and lies on its side…it’s fresh. If the wide end points upward, it’s not as fresh but is OK for baking. If the egg floats, it’s old and should be discarded.

Fast and Flavorful Egg Ideas

Whip up an easy Southwestern burrito by heating a whole wheat tortilla; sauté a little onion, red and green peppers, and a Jalapeño pepper.  Add eggs and scramble it all together. Place on the tortilla, add a little salsa…roll up and enjoy.

Make a tasty egg salad sandwich by mashing together 2 hard boiled eggs with a little mayonnaise.  Add some chopped celery, mango chutney, a squeeze of lemon juice and a dash of curry powder.  Serve with lettuce on toasted whole wheat bread and enjoy.

For a delicious lunch or light dinner, prepare huevos rancheros by layering a corn tortilla with black beans and shredded Monterey Jack cheese. Place under the broiler until the cheese melts.  Top it with a a fried egg, salsa, sliced avocado and enjoy.

I invite you to check out Breakfast recipes on this site for more egg dishes.  Please come back often as the site is always growing.  Have a question or comment?  I’d love to hear from you.  Leave your comments below or if you have a question or recipe request, I’ll help you find it.





11 comments to Breakfast for dinner?

  • Dharmendra

    In the complicated world we live in, it’s good to find simple solutions.

  • thomas

    What could be better than breakfast for dinner? Great ideas. I’m bookmarking this site. Thanks!

    • Karen

      I second that, Thomas, and thanks for bookmarking this site. It’s constantly growing so I hope you check back often to see what’s new. Have a special request? I’ll help you find the answer.

      • Rui

        s’mores is probably the cooselt & funnest (and most nostalgic) camping food. I mean you almost have to make this when ever you go camping or whenever there is a camp fire.For breakfast I like to make anything on the griddle (flat surface) for some reason to me this is the funnest way to cook breakfast and you can do it over a fire. Just plain ole eggs, bacon (or canadian bacon), and potatoes.For lunch or dinner I love steaks or hamburgers but also hot dogs over the fire and great. +3Was this answer helpful?

  • Rocky

    Hi Karen, just read your latest post “Breakfast for dinner”. Very delightful to read. Informative,nice layout and I liked the section on Little known facts about eggs. I have a small ranch in Montana and we raise them for their eggs. Blue,green,brown and white eggs, and you are right, they don’t taste any different but being farm raised, much tastier then store bought. Great job. Rocky

    • Karen

      Thanks for the feedback, Rocky. Fresh eggs do taste much better than store bought. IN fact, I’m doing research to raise my own chickens for their eggs. I want them to be free range so am reading up on how to protect them from predators such as fisher cats, hawks, etc.

    • Braydon

      Alhrigt alright alright that’s exactly what I needed!

  • Elizabeth

    I LOVE breakfast food. I could eat it 3 times a day! And eggs, I could eat 5 easily whether they’re scrambled, fried or boiled. Do you have a recipe for great deviled eggs? My appetite knows no limit with those babies!

    • Karen

      Hahaha…very funny comments. As a matter of fact, I do have a great recipe for deviled eggs and will add it to the site, so check back soon to get your “egg fix”!

  • Terry

    This is a great resource. I will keep checking back as you add more and more content

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