Now that official guidelines say that you don't need to restrict your egg intake for health reasons, there's no reason to hold back! Enjoy eggs in so many ways, from omelettes to breakfast and beyond.
Master the simple art of making a really good omelette and, says Delia, you'll never be short of a quick and easy supper or lunch dish, either served plain or with fillings.
This, if you like, is a more sophisticated version of Corned-beef Hash with Fried Eggs, using red peppers as well as onion and potato. It's brilliant, but only worth making if you get genuine Spanish chorizo made in Spain, available at deli counters
Supper in five minutes? This speedy vegetarian soufflé omelette is so easy and is particularly appealing to those who are wary of making a standard soufflé in the oven.
Cooked in a matter of minutes, pancakes are traditionally eaten on Shrove Tuesday, but they are good enough to have any time of the year.
If there is an ultimate chocolate cake this one could be high on the list of contenders. No flour, just chocolate, ground almonds and whipped egg whites which make it so light and airy, and extremely moist.
Wobbly and light - and a great dessert if you're watching the pennies - this creme caramel is a true nursery pudding classic, loved by people of all ages.
A perfectly fried egg is a glory to behold – crispy edges and a wobbly, pinkish yolk. How do you like your eggs? When considering a recipe for fried eggs, this is the pertinent question.
This has a very Spanish edge to it and if you want more heat add a chopped chilli or two.
This is unusual as the eggs are cooked under the grill, but this makes it a very simple and easy supper for 2 people
You need to start this recipe at least one day before so the custards have time to chill. They also freeze beautifully
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