Easy, quick and delicious.
What a great filling breakfast this was - I used a small carisma potato (low GI) and a baby carrot which I cooked in the microwave and a large shallot but omited the peas as I had none. I scaled it back for one serve and thoroughly enjoyed my early morning breakfast as the sun came up. Thank you Dreamer in Ontario, made for Almost 5 Tag Game.
Quick and tasty comfort food! Thanks for sharing!
4 Stars, very nice, will repeat. DH wants some parmesan cheese mixed in next time. I really appreciate the touch of potato, it satisfied my cravings without engaging me instead in a large side of home fries. I microwaved my small potato in 3 minutes and wrapped it in aluminum foil until needed. I cooked my diced carrots 7 minutes in a saucepan with a little water on the stove. This took considerably longer to set in my 10" saute skillet, and I ended up covering the skillet (as I usually do) to help the top to complete its cooking. Thanks for posting, Dreamer. Made for Veg*n Swap Septemer 2008.
This recipe is ideal to show the benefits of planning ahead. Cook up an extra potato and carrot and have on hand, for example (I used canned along with canned peas). I also had on hand caramelized onions I made in the crockpot. With all this on hand, the recipe goes together in a flash. It is really good for a meatless supper. Thanks for posting ! I know it will be even better when I don't have to use canned veggies. Made for the recipe swap.
Very good Sunday brunch. We all felt this needed a touch of shredded cheese to make it perfect. Pic was taken just before the eggs were properly set. Made for Beverage Tag.