Category: Recipes: Eggs

How To Fold A Wrap Sandwich (So It Doesn’t Fall Apart)

Sometimes it’s easy to come up with ideas for lunch. The harder part is how to transport your sandwich masterpiece to work in one piece without it falling apart. I’ve tried a variety of methods from plastic wrap to sandwich bags to bringing all the ingredients so I can put the wrap together on the spot. In the end, this method works out amazingly well. Not only can you create your wrap at home but […] read more

Lentils with Fried Eggs

Lentils are little nutritional powerhouses. They are a good source of potassium, calcium, niacin, zinc, folate, iron and vitamin K. Plus they are rich in dietary fiber and protein. They are a nutrient dense food that can decrease your risk for many serious medical problems. Lentils can be worked into many dishes especially soups and they are easy to prepare. If you happen to be able to find canned lentils you can whip together this […] read more

Vegetable Hash

It seems the price of vegetables is going through the roof these days. One way to save money is to stop throwing out food. When small amounts of vegetables are leftover from different meals one way to use them up is to freeze them for use in a future batch of vegetable soup. If I find I have a larger amount of one type of vegetable making a family sized frittata. If there are only […] read more

Family Sized Frittata with Linguica, Zuchinni and Cheese

Here’s a delicious meal that takes next to no time to make. Time seems to be something which I’ve been running short on due to multiple midterm school projects. Five more weeks until this semester is over. I’ve got lots to write about and, for now, little time to do it. Frittatas are basically scrambled eggs baked in the oven. They are made with protein rich eggs and just about any type of vegetable or […] read more

Spinach, Tomato and Cheese Egg Muffins

Instead of making one big frittata I went with individual egg muffins. Bad idea. Even though the muffin pan was well greased they stuck to it making them difficult to remove. Next time I’ll just stick to the frittata and cut it into pieces instead. They still taste great though so all was not lost. Spinach, Tomato and Cheese Egg Muffins   1 1/2 cups of frozen spinach, thawed and squeezed 1 container of grape […] read more

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