Sunny-Side-Up Eggs

Sunny-Side-Up-Eggs

A simple and easy to make egg recipe for breakfast.

 Category – Asian Cuisine
Serving – 1

COOKING TIME

10 Mins

LEVEL

EASY

CALORIES

282 Kcal per 1 serving

INGREDIENTS

  • 2 Eggs
  • 2-3 Asparagus
  • 1 Tomato
  • Pepper as per taste
  • Salt as per taste
  • 2 tsp Olive oil

DIRECTIONS 

BENEFITS

TIPS

FOR SELECTION & STORAGE

  • Buy only clean, uncracked
  • Store away from foods with strong odors (such as fish, apples, cabbage, or onions).

FOR PREPARING & COOKING

  • Many types of bacteria will produce off-putting odors in eggs. These may be sulfur-like or might simply just smell Do not use these eggs for preparation.
  • In order to prevent any possible contamination, break each egg separately into a small bowl before combining it with other ingredients.
  • Do not overcook the egg, especially the yolk.
  • Dishes and utensils that are used when preparing eggs should be washed in warm water separately from other kitchenware. Also, wash your hands with warm, soapy water after handling eggs.

NUTRITIONAL VALUES

  • Eggs are an excellent source of choline and selenium. These are also a good source of high-quality protein, vitamin D, vitamin B12, phosphorus,and riboflavin. Additionally, eggs are rich in the essential amino acid leucine, which plays a unique role in stimulating the synthesis of muscle proteins.

CAUTION

Allergies: In many cases, people who are allergic to egg whites are also allergic to albumin proteins. Hives, rashes, swelling of the skin, nausea, diarrhea, vomiting, wheezing, coughing, sneezing, cramps, etc., are some of the common symptoms of such an allergy.

 Overload Of Proteins: Eating a high amount of protein can be dangerous if you suffer from kidney problems. People with low Glomerular filtration rate (GFR, which is the flow rate of fluid that the kidney filters), could suffer from an acute kidney injury due to egg protein.

Depletion of Biotin: Avidin, a protein present in egg whites, eliminates biotin from the body. This increases the risk of biotin deficiency, thereby acting as a side-effect of egg consumption.

Bacteria:Bacteria can contaminate raw eggs, including raw albumin. Salmonella is a bacteria that is found in the intestines of chickens. As long as you do not eat raw eggs or albumin and make sure that your eggs are always well-cooked, the bacteria does not pose any real threat.

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