What is not to love about eggs! They are little nutrition powerhouses which contain good quality protein, healthy fats as well as a range of vitamins and minerals. They are a perfect inclusion to a ketogenic lifestyle as they are so versatile as well as being quick and easy to prepare.
Over the month of May we will be covering our favourite ways to prepare eggs in step-by-step detail. So don’t worry if you are not a whiz in the kitchen, as we will guide you through the most delicious and easiest ways to prepare scrambles, omelettes and poached, boiled and fried eggs.
Fried eggs are one of Dan’s favourite ways to have her eggs. She has also gotten pretty good at frying up her own eggs, which makes me very happy.
Often after Crossfit, she will come home starving and choose to fry up a couple of eggs in bacon fat as they are super quick to cook and she has very limited time in the morning before heading off to work. She usually just has these by themselves with some salt and pepper or some everything but the bagel seasoning.
So, even if your mornings are hectic, there would still be time to quickly fry up an egg or two and have before you rush out the door.
- Frying pan with a lid
- Spatula or egg flip
- A small glass or coffee cup
- 1-2 tbs of your preferred cooking fat (we like ghee or bacon grease)
- Salt and pepper
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- On their own with some salt and pepper on top
- With bacon, mushrooms and sausages for a filling breakfast
- With your favourite low carb bread, we like Herman Brot, for eggs on toast
- On top of our keto chorizo chilli
- Preheat your frying pan on medium-high heat
- Add your preferred cooking fat and continue to heat
- Crack your egg into your glass or cup, this makes it easier to transfer to the hot pan
- Once the fat is melted and the pan is hot, reduce the heat to medium and add your eggs
- Place the lid on the pan and cook for 2-3 minutes or until the egg white is no longer translucent
- Remove the egg from the pan now for a runny yolk. If you prefer a hard yolk, flip and cook for a further 1 -2 minutes
We hope you found this helpful. Check out our other ‘How to’ posts for more step-by-step guides
- How to: Make Fathead Pizza Dough
- How To make Smoked Pulled Pork
- How to: Roast Chicken
- How to: Creamy Cauliflower Mash
- How to: Poached Eggs
- How to: Omelette
- How to: Fried Eggs
- How to: Boiled Eggs
- How to: Scrambled Eggs
- How To: Flavoured Butters
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