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thanks for the recipe. I was looking for a late-night snack to clean out the fridge before I go out of town. Eggs and broccoli. Perfect! I had some leftover curry paste and coconut milk and I added a bit of each to make some yummy curry eggs and broccoli.
Yes, it is delicious - I used fresh broccoli and had it on the pan for about 1 minute before adding the eggs - The broccoli still had crunch. I used smoky Chipotle salsa as the topping instead of ketchup - I am a spice hound. This is a do again recipe for sure.
This is great for lunch and dinner too!! However, I like mine with a little punch so I serve with salsa instead of ketchup.
awesome. and i eat it with heinz bbq sauce instead of ketchup. perfecto!
This is a terrific idea! Thank you for sharing the recipe I used some frozen mixed oriental style vegetables I had in the freezer. The onions and mushrooms added greatly to the flavor, I think. I used a fiesta blend of cheeses on the top. Didn't do the ketchup. This was really savory and filling and I would make it again in a heartbeat!
Well I felt pretty darn good about myself after eating this for breakfast, even left off the cheese.So healthy, quick and easy. I love any recipe that adds more veggies to our diet. Thanks for posting the recipe.
Cool DD1 (5 years old) says to tell you she liked it even the green things! I do have a healthy tastebuded daughter BTW. DD2 (15 months old) ate the egg part. I liked it too. I used, organic free range eggs (fed a grain diet but where oh where can I get grass fed?) organic frozen broccoli florets, light tasting extra virgin olive oil (my pan sticks), sea salt, no pepper as it is in another city (we live two places) No ketchup either or cheese! Made for Healthy Choices Tag Game 2013.