A simple and easy to make egg recipe for breakfast.
Category – Asian Cuisine
Serving – 1
282 Kcal per 1 serving
In a grilling pan set over medium-low heat, add 1 teaspoon of olive oil. Grill the tomato and asparagus for 2-4 mins.
In a non-stick pan set over medium-low heat, add 1 teaspoon of olive oil
Crack an egg into the pan and cook until the white is opaque and the yolk has set, for about 1-2 minutes
Add 1 teaspoon of water just before the egg seems done
Now just slide the egg from the skillet onto a plate. Then sprinkle with salt and pepper as desired.
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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.