5 Egg Recipes To Satisfy Your Comfort Food Craving

Comfort food doesn’t need to be low on nutrition. The following recipes are packed with protein, healthy fats, and flavor.

1. Steak and Eggs with Salsa Verde

No need to choose between steak and eggs if you can have both in one meal. This recipe calls for one pound skirt steak, one garlic clove, one lemon, one lemon, one tablespoon capers, ½ teaspoon crushed red pepper flakes, ½ teaspoon sugar, ½ cup extra-virgin olive oil, four large Chino Valley Ranchers eggs, salt, ground black pepper, and parsley.

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2. One-Skillet Creamy Chickpeas with Eggs and Prosciutto

Made with a fragrant and spicy tomato-cream sauce, chickpeas, and prosciutto, this truly irresistible dinner recipe is guaranteed to become a family favorite after you take the first bite. The ingredients include garlic cloves, rosemary, chickpeas, tomato paste, smoked paprika, heavy cream, salt, ground pepper, Chino Valley Ranchers pasture raised eggs, prosciutto, and flatbread.

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3. Alt-Grain Porridge with Kimchi and Jammy Eggs

This twist on kimchi and eggs is simple and nutritious. The recipe list is short and simple. You’ll need one cup spelt, one tablespoon vegetable oil, one ounce Parmesan, two tablespoons unsalted butter, four large Chino Valley Ranchers eggs, one cup kimchi, salt, and ground pepper.

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4. Beet Tostadas With Fried Eggs

If you’re committed to getting a full day’s serving of vegetables, this recipe is bursting with flavor. The ingredients include red beets, garlic cloves, ancho chili powder, crushed dried oregano, paprika, ground cumin, ground black pepper, salt, vegetable oil, white onion, serrano chiles, sage leaves, corn tortillas, Chino Valley Ranchers eggs, and salsa.

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5. Egg-in-a-Hole Sandwich with Bacon and Cheddar

Make a simple yet savory sandwich to enjoy for lunch or as a snack. You’ll need thick-cut bacon, sourdough bread, Chino Valley Ranchers eggs, salt, unsalted butter, cheddar cheese, and hot sauce. 

Begin by cooking the bacon and then cut a circle in the center of each slice of bread. Transfer the bacon to a cutting board and place two slices of bread in the skillet. Then, crack an egg into each hole in the bread and season with salt and pepper. Add butter to the skillet and carefully flip the slice of bread. Top with a slice of cheese and remove the pan from heat. Top with bacon and hot sauce. Place the other slice of bread on top and enjoy!

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