poached over anything. Seriously, put a poached egg on top of anything at all and it will be better, instantly.
soft boiled. This is almost exactly liked poached only it offers both benefits and drawbacks. Drawbacks include, you have to scoop it out over things in order to get that drippy delicious yolk sauce, but benefits are you can eat it slowly and not LOSE any of the yolk (this IMHO is very imporant). Also, and perhaps most important of all, you can put a little salt pepper and BUTTER into the egg for each bite you take (thanks Grandma!). I gues that's not dairy free but it's my way.
Scrambled is almost always best with copious butter and fresh chopped herbs such as parsley, thyme, tarragon, and chives.
Hollandaise. Hollandaise. Hollandaise. and Beurre blanc for seafood. You could try to sub the butter with coconut oil and add curry to make a coconut curry beurre blanc for seafood that is dairy free.
hard boiled for work and snacks on the go. Also great for egg salad or deviled w/ homemade mayo (of course... i use half olive oil and half lard or duck fat to make it). Hard boiled eggs are great on salads and super chopped with smoked pork, gherkins and grain mustard in an alsatian style.
Then of course the omelets (don't overcook your omelets) and frittatas with poatoes and crustless quiches. Oh and coconut macaroons, which I haven't made yet, but will soon.
Basically, get yourself a couple of chickens.
I like to soft- boil eggs and then add them in chicken or tuna salad. Gives with a teaspoon or so of oil it gives a mayo- like texture without having to eat them raw.
Submerge eggs in cold water and a tsp of vinegar in a saucepan, bring to a boil, reduce to medium high for about 6 minutes (10 minutes makes perfect hard boiled eggs), then dunk them in ice water for a minute, crack, and mash with a fork.
I make an egg "pizza" with an omlette "crust" and pizza sauce and toppings.
Poached or over easy on top of smoked salmon with a little green salad. The perfect meal!
Deviled eggs with homemade wasabi mayo.Need I say more.
I know a lot of folks who don’t eat eggs (they’re allergic, for health reasons, or concerns about animal cruelty). Here’s an awesome site that gives tips on cooking and baking without eggs: http://EggFreeLiving.com