4 Ways To Spice Up Your Eggs And Take Breakfast International
I know you've probably heard this one before, but i'm going to tell you again anyway:
Breakfast is the coolest meal of the day.
I repeat, breakfast is the coolest meal of the day.
Now that we got that out of the way, lets talk about one of the most versatile and delicious weapons of the early morning hour: the egg.
Standing about two inches tall and weighing in at an unspecified amount of ounces, eggs are an awesome source of protein. This vital macronutrient is an important piece of every cell in the body. Protein is used in the build/repair of tissue and muscle. The consumption of protein also helps to keep you full in between meals, which is useful when you are trying to avoid over eating.
Scrambled eggs are quick and easy to whip up, but sometimes they can get a little boring.
Enter the four hour chef by Tim Ferris. This New York Times best selling book's tagline is " The simple path to cooking anything like a pro, learning anything, and living the good life". In addition to the vast amounts of knowledge I was able to take away from this book, there is an interesting piece on adding international flavors to your eggs. Simple combinations of herbs and spices can work wonders and provide that flair that inspires you again..
Nepalese: Chile, lime, ginger
Mexican: Scallions, chile, lime
Thai: Scallions, ginger, chile, cilantro
Chinese or "Asian": scallions, ginger, tamari
Try out these combinations and let me know what you think!