Something about a hot skillet, it makes everything delicious and comforting. Today, I’m giving my body a break from a morning workout, going to just take a deep breath and slow it down for a change. I’m not going to grab matcha green tea for breakfast and run out the door like a mad woman. I’m going to make myself a ‘proper’ breakfast and take in this beautiful morning with my puppies….only if we had a few chickens roaming in the backyard supplying us with endless fresh eggs….Hmmm…ok, I would like to raise some backyard chickens….here we go, one more thing added to my WWL (Wife’s Wish List)…..Remember, Happy wife = Happy life!
1 organic cage free egg
1 1/2 cup spinach
1 small garlic (smashed and finely chopped)
1/4 onion (chopped)
1/2 lemon juice
Cayenne pepper, sea salt, black pepper for seasoning
A piece of your favorite bread for the ‘dipping’ pleasure
1. In a skillet, cook onion till soft
2. Add garlic
3. Add spinach and cover the skillet with a lid a few seconds till spinach get wilted. Squeeze half of lemon and season with salt & pepper.
4. Tap spinach mixture with a spoon so it has a nice little dent for the egg to sit on.
5. Carefully crack an egg onto spinach mixture and let it sit 2 mins
6. Place the skillet under broiler 3-4 mins till egg white sets but yolk still soft. (I find cooking skillet eggs in the oven bake setting makes eggs rubbery. So I prefer broil setting!)
7. Sprinkle with sea salt and cayenne pepper
8. Here comes the best part : toast your favorite bread and go ahead dip it into egg yolk. Ohhhhh yeeeessss.
Duard Enoch papanim says
loved your essay and mood it set….loved the photos too 🙂
I tried your delicious and healthy breakfast and it was a HIT!!! Thank you for the great recipe!!
Oh, Evelia, so happy to hear that!!! 🙂 love your name….xoxo
Diedre Hogenson says
Arborio rice is an Italian short-grain rice. It is named after the town of Arborio, in the Po Valley, where it is grown. When cooked, the rounded grains are firm, creamy, and chewy, due to its higher amylopectin starch content; thus, it has a starchy taste but blends well with other flavours. It is used to make risotto, although Carnaroli, Maratelli and Vialone Nano are sometimes used to prepare the dish. Arborio rice is also used for rice pudding.:
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Jamaal Skarzynski says
Most cultivated varieties of cayenne, Capsicum annuum, can be grown in a variety of locations and need approximately 100 days to mature. Peppers prefer warm, moist, nutrient-rich soil in a warm climate. :;^..
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