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World Egg Day

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  • World Egg Day 2021: From Breakfast To Dinner; 7 Egg Recipes For A Drool-Worthy Meal Under 30 Minutes
    World Egg Day 2021: From Breakfast To Dinner; 7 Egg Recipes For A Drool-Worthy Meal Under 30 Minutes

    Eggs are one of the most versatile comfort foods that we love. On World Egg Day 2021, here are some quick egg recipes that you can have - from breakfast to dinner.

  • World Egg Day 2020: This High-Protein Egg Soup Is Ideal For Weight Loss Diet
    World Egg Day 2020: This High-Protein Egg Soup Is Ideal For Weight Loss Diet

    World Egg Day 2020: Eggs are super rich in proteins and vitamins. Make this energy-giving, satiating, Indian-style egg soup to promote weight loss.

  • World Egg Day 2016: Experiment With These Two Exciting Recipes
    World Egg Day 2016: Experiment With These Two Exciting Recipes

    Every year, the second Friday of October marks the day dedicated to the versatility or eggs. World Egg Day is celebrated by joyous eggatarians.

  • World Egg Day 2017: Amazing Omelets From All Across the World
    World Egg Day 2017: Amazing Omelets From All Across the World

    This World Egg Day, we celebrate the might of the humble omelet and how various parts of the world cook it up differently.

  • Ande ka Funda: Regional Variations of Egg From Across India
    Ande ka Funda: Regional Variations of Egg From Across India

    World Egg Day is celebrated on the 2nd Friday of October every year. On this day, we pay homage to the mighty humble egg and tell the tale of India's love story with this ingredient.

  • Have an Eggs-Tra Special Day!
    Have an Eggs-Tra Special Day!

    Today is World Egg Day, so get cracking and go scouting for your egg-static indulgence.Eggs have often been described by nutritionists as a large vitamin cocktail. Not only do eggs contain the highest quality of ...

  • 5 Most Shocking Egg Delicacies
    5 Most Shocking Egg Delicacies

    Eggs have always been one of my favourites. I love them for their versatility since they can be fried, poached, scrambled or simply boiled. Personally, I like them sunny side up. As a child, I ...

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