You can find great egg recipes at Egg Farmers of Ontario’s web site – getcracking.ca. I’ll admit I’m a tad biased about the site since I work for EFO. But at this time of year, or anytime you want information about eggs or egg recipes, it’s a great site to visit.
Once you’re on the site, click on “Real in the Kitchen”, then “Basic Egg Cooking Techniques” for ways to enjoy those hard-cooked eggs you coloured for Easter. Hard-cooked eggs will keep for about a week in the refrigerator so if you decorated some for Easter, you will want to be eating them soon.
In fact, it’s a great idea to always keep hard-cooked eggs on hand. Just cook them at the start of the week, and you’ll have eggs at the ready to enjoy all week long as a snack, or sliced into a salad or onto crackers or a bagel, or made into egg salad, devilled eggs, or even pickled eggs.
For recipe ideas for fresh eggs, select the “What’s in Your Fridge?” or “Recipe Search” features on the web site.