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18 Ways To Eat Eggs Around The World

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1. Khachapuri, Georgia

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This cheese and egg bread is rich, super savoury and delicious. Suggested serving: rip the crust off and dunk it in the egg.

Get the recipe here.

2. Bibimbap (Korea)

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I would happily eat bibimbap every single day – a crunchy rice layer at the bottom, fresh veg, pickles, pork and a perfectly cooked egg on top. It's the ideal meal.

Get the recipe here.

3. Egg Tarts (Hong Kong)

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These sweet custard tarts are the perfect afternoon treat. Or mid-morning treat. Or midnight snack. We don't judge.

Get the recipe here.

4. Scotch Egg (United Kingdom)

A breadcrumb and sausage meat casing, with a still-runny egg in the middle? It's the perfect pub snack.Get the recipe here.
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A breadcrumb and sausage meat casing, with a still-runny egg in the middle? It's the perfect pub snack.

Get the recipe here.

5. Menemen (Turkey)

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Though the eggs in this photo are softly poached, menemen more commonly features scrambled eggs. Add in tomatoes, onions, chillis and Turkish sausage and you've got a hearty breakfast feast.

Get the recipe here.

6. Chawanmushi (Japan)

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This savoury custard is part of your main meal, not a pudding. Top it with your fave, like shrimp or shitake mushrooms.

Get the recipe here.

7. Bacon and Egg Pie (New Zealand)

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This hearty pie is ideal for picnics. Serve with copious amounts of ketchup.

Get the recipe here.

8. Oeufs En Cocotte (France)

These silky eggs are baked in ramekins with cream and spinach to make the fanciest and most delicious brunch ever. Get the recipe here.
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These silky eggs are baked in ramekins with cream and spinach to make the fanciest and most delicious brunch ever.

Get the recipe here.

9. Tortilla (Spain)

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Though it may *seem* like just potatoes, eggs, garlic and onions, a real tortilla is a thing of beauty. Soft and moist but wonderfully savoury, and ideal for any time of day.

Get the recipe here.

10. Nasi Goreng (Indonesia)

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Who knew that leftover rice, fried and topped with an egg could be so splendid? Make sure to add sambal if you have it, for a fiery kick.

Get the recipe here.

11. Kuku Sabzi (Iran)

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Soft as a cloud, the kuku is like a light and fluffy frittata, with plenty of fresh herbs.

Get the recipe here.

12. Chilaquiles (Mexico)

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Widen your brunch repertoire and move away from huevos rancheros (no shade, huevos rancheros!) Chilaquiles feature rolled-up tortillas, mole, crema and of course, eggs.

Get the recipe here.

13. Rolex (Uganda)

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Scrambled eggs, rolled up tight in a chapati. So why the name? Try saying "rolled eggs" a couple of times fast and you'll work it out.

Get the recipe here.

14. Avgolemeno (Greece)

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The perfect soup for a winter's day, avgolemeno features chicken, lemon and an egg – all combining for a creamy, warming dish.

Get the recipe here.

15. Shakshuka (Israel/ North Africa)

Dippy eggs, fragrant tomato sauce, scooped up with warm, soft bread. Breakfast heaven.Get the recipe here.
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Dippy eggs, fragrant tomato sauce, scooped up with warm, soft bread. Breakfast heaven.

Get the recipe here.

16. Anda Curry (India)

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The versions of egg curry vary, depending on what style of Indian cooking you're into. So here are some suggestions:

North Indian Egg Butter Masala recipe here.

Punjabi Egg Curry recipe here.

Chettinad Egg Curry recipe here.

Aloo Egg Curry recipe here.

17. Jaja faszerowane (Poland)

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These pretty stuffed eggs are dyed pink with beetroots, and tend to be served at Easter.

Get the recipe here.

18. Kwek Kwek (Phillipines)

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These battered and fried quail eggs are a popular and delicious street food. (There is another similar dish, called Tokneneng, that features hen or duck eggs).

Get the recipe here.