The 2016 Eggland’s Best “America’s Best Recipe” Contest is underway, and inventive cooks can enter by creating an original recipe that uses Eggland’s Best (EB) eggs and locally-sourced ingredients made popular by their state! From now through April 29th, Eggland’s Best will accept contest entries via their website. Each recipe entry must use at least TWO whole EB eggs and ONE locally sourced ingredient that is grown or manufactured in the entrant’s home state. Every state has its famous foods that can be used to create anything from traditional cuisine to family-style recipes and more. Breakfast, lunch, or dinner – Eggland’s Best eggs are versatile and provide lots of nutritional benefits!
Compared to ordinary eggs, each Eggland's Best egg has four times the Vitamin D, more than two times the Omega-3s, and 25% less saturated fat! By choosing EB over ordinary eggs, you are getting an egg that is fresher, tastes better, and contains more vitamins and nutrients. Today, I’m sharing my contest entry recipe with you! I’m a native Texan who lives in San Antonio…which is known for its spicy Tex-Mex food. My Individual Tex-Mex Baked Egg Skillets can be served for breakfast, weekend brunch, or even a casual weeknight breakfast-for-dinner entrée. Simply add some warm tortillas on the side, and you have a complete meal!