A sure winner from Sensible Lessons! Looks like just the thing to knock off the morning cobwebs.
Popeye called me the other morning.
Asked me where spinach was in my diet.
I decided to reply with this!
This is good. So good, that I didn’t even need a mid morning snack. It kept me going all morning…until 12:01!
No cheese? I know, no cheese. It really didn’t need it.
Gingered Chinese Five Spiced Eggs with Spinach
makes 1 serving
- 1/2 tablespoon butter
- 2 slices white onion
- 1 handful of spinach, cleaned and dried
- 3 eggs
- 2 tablespoons milk
- small pinch of Chinese Five Spice
- 1/2 teaspoon grated fresh ginger (2 grates on the microplane)
- 1 pinch Red Pepper Flakes
- 1 pinch of freshly chopped parsley
- Salt and Pepper
1. Melt butter in a small saucepan over medium heat. Add onion and saute for 2 minutes. Add spinach on top of the onions – cook for 30 seconds, until just beginning to wilt.
2. Scramble eggs…
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I love eggs as much as I hate green peppers, which is to say quite a lot. Really, can you think of any other food that is perfect for breakfast, lunch or dinner, stays fresh indefinitely and costs so little? Not even the mighty brownie, though a perfect meal at an time of the day or night, can last more than a week, even in the fridge. On the other hand, if I’m being frank, and I do try to be, brownies never last more than about an hour in my house anyway, so freshness is really not an issue. The egg, however, lends itself to infinite uses and when properly prepared is both tasty and nutritious, so let’s talk eggs.
First, quality. I’m willing to pay for free range, hormone free, vegetarian feed eggs, but I draw the line at organic. Seems unnecessary to me, but you may feel differently, and if so, go ahead and pay for them. The conditions at big chicken farms are notoriously dreadful and even though I’m not over fond of birds in general, it’s just not right to treat any of God’s creatures inhumanely, so I support the little guys who do right, or as right as can be expected, by their livestock, which is also karmically sound in my opinion. And when it comes to karma, I really can’t be too careful though, of course, I can’t speak for you.