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A change of pace in the morning doesn’t have to be time consuming.
What you’ll need for Preparation:
- [amazon_link id=”B0000VLU62″ target=”_blank” ]Cutting Board[/amazon_link]
- [amazon_link id=”B008M5U1C2″ target=”_blank” ]8″ knife[/amazon_link]
- [amazon_link id=”B00323LX30″ target=”_blank” ]12″ pan[/amazon_link]
- [amazon_link id=”B000FNCOWE” target=”_blank” ]Medium size mixing bowl[/amazon_link]
- [amazon_link id=”B00472N7ZW” target=”_blank” ]Whisk[/amazon_link]
- Olive oil
- Salt and pepper
- Scallions (or onions)
And how to start prepping the food:
Put the sausage and spinach on the pan at medium heat. Add a little olive oil to the spinach so it doesn’t burn if you take a little longer chopping or your pan gets hot quickly. Now chop your peppers, scallions. Put the as many eggs as you normally eat into a mixing bowl. Add a little milk to fluff the eggs a bit. Stir them with a [amazon_link id=”B00472N7ZW” target=”_blank” ]whisk[/amazon_link] until completely smooth. Now add your veggies and a bit of oregano, salt and pepper to this and stir them in. You can use the whisk or a [amazon_link id=”B000UT7C3O” target=”_blank” ]wooden spoon[/amazon_link].
This whole time your spinach and sausage have been cooking. The spinach should be cooked down a bit and be soft. Now pour the egg and veggie mix over this. Yes, the sausage will get egg on it. If you want to keep them separate, use [amazon_link id=”B00004S4TO” target=”_blank” ]another pan[/amazon_link] to cook the sausage. Mix the egg and spinach together. You’re not making an omelet, so keep mixing the batch together over medium heat just like making scrambled eggs. Keep mixing until the consistency of the egg meets your needs.
Don’t like the raw veggies in the egg?
If you want to have the peppers be a little more cooked, change the recipe steps a bit. Instead of chopping the veggies and then keeping them on the counter while you mix the egg batter, simply add them to the pan with the spinach and sausage (or just spinach) right after you’re finished chopping them.