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Because everyone loves eggs for dinner

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Scrambled, poached or maybe a little coddled… there are thousands of ways to enjoy eggs in your life. So why do we tend to think of them as a breakfast and lunch food? Eggs aren’t just great protein for a well-rounded dinner: they’re super quick and easy to make. From soups and salads to quiche, frittata and other egg-inspired dinners, here’s a roundup of some of our most egg-cellent dinner recipes.

Three-Cheese Soufflé Omelette

Sometimes omelettes are too heavy for breakfast, especially if you’re not really a hearty breakfast kind of person. But when you need a quick dinner in a pinch, omelettes can save the day. Use up leftover veggies and meat for yours, or make a next-level soufflé omelette thanks to this recipe (video above).

souffled omelette

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Springtime Frittata

To be honest, you can whip up this frittata during any season, since it’s perfectly versatile for a variety of vegetables. Want to make this one even quicker? Sub out the asparagus and artichoke hearts for leftover roasted veggies.

One Pan Greens Eggs And Ham

Dr. Seuss would be proud of this beautiful dish. Yes, it’s an elevated take on “green eggs and ham,” but trust us when we say that it’s incredible easy to make and delicious to boot.

Shrimp and Egg Fried Rice

Have leftover rice on hand? Eggs are the perfect thing to create stir-fried rice. You can go vegetarian, use up leftover meats or even throw in some canned chicken and voila! A meal in minutes. Want to gussy it up? Go for this shrimp-infused recipe.

Pork ramen

Nothing says next-level soup like a broth with (marinated) hard boiled eggs in it. Don’t believe us? Cut some into your next canned or jarred soup night. Have extra time on your hands? Go one step further with this perfectly balanced ramen.

Josh Hartnett's pork ramen

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Shakshuka

This savoury North African dish is the perfect mix of eggs and tomatoes combined in an aromatic sauce. If you’ve never had it definitely give it a whirl… it may just become your new go-to weeknight dinner in a pinch.

Basque Breakfast Sandwich

The French know food, and we love to eat. That makes this breakfast sandwich the perfect “anytime” sandwich… especially when you’re craving something hearty and easy on a hectic weeknight for dinner.

Steak and Egg Breakfast Salad

Don’t let the word breakfast fool you: if you can have steak for breakfast then you can certainly have eggs for dinner. This sandwich should really be called the hungry-person sandwich, because it’s completely delicious and completely filling.

Food Gays

Green Beans Ranch Style

Give your standard greens a bit of a makeover with this inspired egg dish that’s so hearty it could be a main, or you could serve it as a side with a nice, grilled piece of meat or chicken for a fuller course.

Creamy Grouper and Spinach Tart

If you aren’t feeling your traditional fillet of fish, try getting a little creative and integrating it into this easy-to-assemble tart. Trust us, you’ll never look at fish the same way again.

Parmesan French Toast

French toast for dinner? Yes please. We love Nigella’s parmesan take on the brunch classic. It’s almost like a fancy grilled cheese for adults, but with more sophisticated flavours. Pair it with a salad if you want a complete meal.

PARMESAN-FRENCH-TOAST-nigella-lawson

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Asparagus Salad with Poached Egg

The second you cut into that poached egg, the silky yolks are going to run over that salad and meld with the veggies in a way that regular old dressing just can’t beat. Try it—once you do you’ll probably never have a warm salad without poached eggs again.

Grilled Eggplant Salad

Eggs and eggplant share more than a name—they’re actually a really delicious flavour combination. Check out this Thai recipe for inspiration, then feel free to put your own spin on the pairing the next time you’re cruising in the kitchen.

Olives and Rice Cracker-Crusted Tuna with Nicoise Salad

If you’ve ever travelled to France, you know the beauty of the Nicoise salad—it has all the things. Recreate one at home with this brilliant rice-cracker crusted tuna, and be sure to pair it with a robust glass of red or a semi-sweet white.

Fish the Dish

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