Eggs. Crack On.
Eggs are a nutritious concentrated source of good quality protein with a wide range of vitamins and minerals. Eggs are great value, easy to cook and a very versatile ingredient for both savoury and sweet dishes. They provide meals in minutes either on their own (boiled, poached, scrambled) or added to other ingredients.
Whether you are looking for recipe ideas for breakfast, lunch or dinner you will always be able to find the perfect eggs recipe to fit your lifestyle.
Natural fuel for busy people on the go - pick up a six pack today.
For a simple breakfast idea try our 5 Minute Scrambled Eggs
or if you are feeling a breakfast treat or delicious brunch try our Poached Eggs, Bacon and Avocado on Toast
. If you want a quick mid week dinner idea feed the family with this Herb and Cheese Omelette
Another great dish to serve at any time of the day- lunch, brunch or dinner is our Goats' Cheese, Bacon and Eggs Salad with Walnuts.
The Bord Bia Quality Mark
To get the Bord Bia Quality Mark farmers and producers have to complete three stages. First, they have to meet standards such as: what they produce has to be traceable; they have to be kind to the environment; and the animals must be well treated. Second, farmers and producers have to be independently audited to ensure they’re meeting these standards. The third stage is certification. Our experts come together to decide if the farmer/producer meets the standards and officially passes the audit. If they do, they are allowed use the Quality Mark on products, where relevant. Always look for the Bord Bia Quality Mark on pork so that you know they have been produced to the highest Bord Bia quality standards and where they come from. That means you can relax and enjoy them more.
Nutritional benefits of Eggs - Take 5
Eggs are a great source of natural protein. Eggs are also high in vitamin D the sunshine vitamin which most Irish are lacking. Eggs are packed full of nutrients: B vitamins, vitamin A, vitamin D, iron, selenium, zinc, iodine. Eggs are so versatile you can enjoy them at breakfast, lunch or dinner. To find out more click here.
Poached Egg, Bacon and Avocado on Toast
Herb and Cheese Omelette
Goats' Cheese, bacon and Egg Salad with Walnuts