Egg Powder: Easy to use, less to pay

Taj Agro is a leading manufacturer and exporter of dried egg products.

When you use our egg powders; you get all of the benefits of a fresh egg without worrying that the egg will go bad. Dried egg product acts like real egg because it is real egg. It’s simply dehydrated.

Dried egg products are non-perishable, and if they’re made and stored correctly, they can last for a long time. They’re created using a similar process to powdered milk, forming a soft powder that can be incorporated into a number of different edible products. The method is called spray drying, and it produces a powder by rapidly drying a wet substance (like eggs).

Eggs are among the highest quality protein foods because they provide each of the amino acids your body needs to function properly. A fresh egg contains about 6 grams of protein. Powdered eggs provide about the same amount of protein, but are fat-free, cholesterol-free and lower in calories. The protein in powdered eggs gives you a healthy start to your day because it fills you up and supplies you with the energy you need for the morning ahead.

It is a cheaper source of Protein:

One tablespoon of powdered eggs, which is equivalent to one fresh egg, contains 5.77 grams of protein. The minimum daily requirement for protein is 8 grams for every 20 pounds of body weight, the Harvard School of Public Health notes. Not all sources of protein are created equal though. Animal foods, such as beef, pork, poultry, fish and eggs, are complete proteins, which means they contain each of the amino acids your body needs to work properly. Plant foods, such as beans, nuts and whole grains, are incomplete proteins, but also supply a wealth of vitamins and minerals. Vary your intake of protein between animal and plant foods and you are likely to get all the protein you need.

Major Benefits:

Powdered eggs are a nutritious source of protein for vegetarians because they are one of the few non-meat options that are a complete protein. Because they keep for long periods of time but retain the same nutrients that are found in fresh eggs, powdered eggs are convenient for preparing almost any egg-containing recipe, such as scrambled eggs and casseroles. Powdered eggs are also often less expensive than fresh eggs.

Additional Nutrients contents:

In addition to being a healthy source of protein, powdered eggs supply essential vitamins and minerals, though in smaller amounts than fresh eggs. One tablespoon of powdered eggs contains 78 milligrams of potassium, 6 milligrams of calcium and trace amounts of folic acid, riboflavin, niacin and vitamin B12. One drawback to powdered eggs is their sodium content. One tablespoon contains 87 milligrams of sodium, but many recipes call for more than just 1 tablespoon. In comparison, one whole egg contains 71 milligrams of sodium.


Reconstitute powdered eggs with water to prepare a variety of nutritious recipes. Scramble reconstituted powdered eggs with chopped bell peppers, onions and tomatoes for a protein-packed meal that also supplies a healthy dose of vitamin C and fiber. Sprinkle powdered eggs into meatloaf or meatball recipes to help bind the ingredients together and boost the protein content of the meal. Whisk reconstituted powdered eggs with low-fat milk and cinnamon for a flavorful and protein-rich base for French toast. Add powdered eggs to soup as a thickening agent and to increase the protein content.