Making eggs a go-to in your kitchen makes good financial sense, and that’s the bottom line.

Off the menu, eggs are an affordable and high-margin protein that offer an alternative to traditional proteins at a fraction of the cost to you. Canada’s world-class supply chain ensures you’ll always have access to high-quality, local eggs from more than 1000 family egg farms.

On the menu, eggs attract customers as a valuable and delicious healthy food. You can dress them up as part of a premium entrée on any menu or use them to convert classic dishes to vegetarian, kosher, or halal by swapping meat for eggs.

Check below for a taste-test of ways eggs can build value and minimize costs.

Egg Biryani

The spice is right in this Indian favourite. Here’s how you takea dish consumers think they know and give it a fresh look and taste.

Season a batch of basmati rice with sliced onions, turmeric, ginger, garlic, green chilies, crushed coriander and cumin seeds, star anise, cardamom, cinnamon, cloves, bay leaves, fresh mint and cilantro. Whew! Top it with sliced or halved hard-boiled eggs, for a beautiful, protein-packed finish.

Try browsing your menu for items you already offer that could be reimagined with eggs to save on input costs.

Steak Frites Béarnaise

Going out for steak never goes out of style. Using eggs can push this already premium meal to a whole new level.

For a gourmet mash-up of Eggs Benedict, Steak & Eggs, and Steak Frites, take elements of each dish and combine them into an eye-popping menu item with flavour to spare. Start with the steak you’ve built your reputation on and top it with a dollop of decadent Béarnaise. Serve with a butter-basted fried egg for the crowning glory. Steak & Eggs for dinner? Mais oui!

Adding eggs to premium menu items is a cost-effective way to revamp your menu and entice diners to indulge.

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