10 International Ways To Enjoy Your Eggs Happy International Egg Day! They may be the staple of many of our meals and something we all love, but how does the world enjoy their eggs? PICKLED Denmark | The Danish Solæg egg is pickled and eaten with a number of spices, herbs, oils, hot chili sauce, vinegar and mustard, followed by a shot of aquavit. China | The Century Egg is illustriously black, having been preserved for several weeks or month. The yolk is creamy and sulphury and the white becomes a dark jelly. SCOTCH UK | Claimed to have been invented by London’s Fortnum & Masons, a hard-boiled egg is wrapped in sausage meet, coated in bread crumbs and deep fried. POACHED Europe | Poached in water and vinegar, the yolk is soft and the white is hard. Israel | Eggs poached in tomato sauce, which has its roots in Libya, is a recipe that is enjoyed any time of day. BENEDICT USA | Poached eggs, hollandaise sauce and bacon on top of two halved of an English muffin. IN A POCKET Make a hole in the centre of a slice of bread, put it in a skillet and crack an egg in it. HUEVOS RANCHEROS Mexico | Traditionally served as brunch in rural Mexican farms, fried eggs are served on corn tortillas with tomato-chilli sauce, refried beans, rice and avocado. BAKED Greece | Blending feta and tomatoes with baked eggs calls for an indulgence that the Bulgarians can be thanked for. SCRAMBLED Europe & USA | Mixed whole eggs gently fried while mixing. India | The egg bhurji includes onions, green chilli, chopped ginger, turmeric powder and chopped tomatoes and eaten with a roti. Philippines | Friend onions and beaten eggs are cooked together. Turkey | Sucuk (beef sausage or dried cured beef) is cooked with eggs and tomato. OMELETTE France | A simple mixture of beaten eggs and fines herbes in a pan of butter. Spain | A classic Spanish tortilla is a potato and egg omelette that’s baked. Greece | A Spanakopita includes spinach, dill and feta.