This was pretty good, but I thought it need a little something more. After cooking the sausage, I fried up some thinly sliced shallots and minced garlic to the pan and fried them up, then added a little oregano to the lemon juice mixture before heating it. My gf went with the fried egg on top, but since I prefer poached, I went with that on mine. I think both work equally well. This is a pretty tasty and different way to serve sausage. I can definitely see myself making this again.
I really liked the idea of this, but it turned out sorta bland. The only change I made was to use hard boiled eggs instead of the fried. I found the dress just plain oily - no real flavor for us. And the warm dressing sort of cooks the spinach, and for those that don't like cooked spinach, it wasn't a pleasant taste. This would be really good for us with a different dressing, but I probably won't make this again.
I've made this several times now, always for dinner. The flavors and textures are so satisfying, and it's low-carb! I've tried it with real sausage (best) and soy crumbles (not as good, but okay) to keep the fat down. Either way, it's filling and healthy.
Really lovely meal. I adjusted it accordingly with low fat extra virgin olive oil spray and low fat frank furters but it definately had the same effect. A very tasty salad thanks for the recipe :)
I decreased this recipe to a single serving for my lunch. Apparently, I shouldn't be cooking today as I burned the first round of zest and juice and had to do that part over again. Luckily, on a non-stick pan there isn't much fond and I don't think I missed out on much. I cooked my egg over easy and I loved the flavor of the yolk mixed with the lemon! Thank you for a wonderful meal.