Enjoy the incredible, edible egg with this Asian-inspired egg dish

Today we are happy to share another guest post from The Colorado Egg Producers (CEP) Association. CEP is a membership organization representing seven local egg farmers throughout the state who take great pride in providing eggs to Coloradans. CEP is committed to doing what’s right for its community, as illustrated by the regular donation of thousands of eggs to food banks throughout the state.

Pad Thai (Thai Style Noodles, Sprouts and Eggs)

Ingredients:

• 1 cup fresh bean sprouts
• 1 jar or can (7 to 8 ¾ ounces) whole baby corn, drained
• ½ cup sliced green onions
• ¼ cup chopped peanuts
• ½ cup fresh straw mushrooms
• 4 NestFresh eggs
• ¾ teaspoon garlic powder
• 4 ounces uncooked rice noodles or vermicelli pasta, cooked, drained
• ½ cup bottled Pad Thai sauce

Instructions:

COMBINE bean sprouts, baby corn, green onions and peanuts in a medium bowl and toss. COAT a large nonstick saucepan with cooking spray; heat over medium until hot. ADD mushrooms and sauté until tender, about three to four minutes. BEAT the eggs and garlic powder in a small bowl until blended. Pour over the mushrooms. COOK, stirring to break up the eggs, until the eggs are moist but no visible liquid remains. ADD noodles, sauce and beak sprout mixture. COOK, tossing gently with two spoons, until heated through.

Find more international recipes by following CEP on Facebook, Twitter and Pinterest. To learn more about CEP please visit www.coloradoeggproducers.com.

CEP is committed to feeding our neighbors in need. This football season, CEP will cheer on the Orange and Blue while giving back to the community. For each point our team scores this season, CEP will donate a dozen eggs to Food Bank of the Rockies. Tune into radio station 850 KOA on game days to hear more about CEP and the incredible, edible egg.

The Colorado Egg Producers (CEP) Association is a membership organization representing six farms throughout the state. CEP is committed to doing what’s right for its community, as illustrated by the regular donation of thousands of eggs to food banks throughout the state. Local egg farmers take great pride in providing eggs to Coloradans. For more facts and information about eggs and CEP, including a list of where to buy Colorado eggs, please visit www.coloradoeggproducers.com.

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