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Sprinkle with sea salt. Cook, stirring often, 2 minutes or just until greens begin to wilt. Transfer veggies to a salad bowl and then crack two eggs into the same pan, adding a little more oil if needed. Cook eggs to desired consistency, sprinkle with salt and pepper and place on top of sautéed greens. A simple, delicious breakfast bowl (aka sautéed breakfast salad) that is packed with sautéed greens, two fried eggs and roasted veggies!

You’ll feel so good after starting your day with this combo of protein and healthy fat. Low carb, gluten-free and vegetarian. Sautéed Greens Breakfast Salad: the Breakfast of Champions. Mixed greens and edamame are sautéed with a little olive oil, drizzle of lemon juice and then topped with a perfectly fried sunny side up egg and served with a side of creamy avocado for a fulfilling breakfast.

I love salad greens, especially spicy stuff like arugula. I keep lots of it around, since some days I will eat a salad for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. But sometimes I neglect my salad greens, letting them get old and yellowed in the refrigerator. This past week, for instance, I went away for a few days and forgot about this huge tub of baby. Babb loves the simplicity of throwing a fistful of greens in a bowl and using a rich, delicious egg yolk as the dressing.

When she’s feeling more ambitious, she might put some sautéed vegetables like leeks, mushrooms, and peppers on top of the greens, but most days it’s just her, the greens, and two eggs having a wake-up party. Crispy fried eggs on top of salad greens is my favorite go-to Whole30 breakfast, lunch, and dinner! This clearly ain’t your traditional egg salad! Not that there’s anything wrong with a classic egg salad. Feb 6, 2018 Explore Aweather40’s board “sauteed greens” on Pinterest.

See more ideas about Sauteed greens, Recipes, Healthy recipes. Or even use regular kale, briefly sautéed until it wilts slightly, for a warm salad. Next, add-ins: In keeping with the dish’s rusticity, bread is a perfect match, whether it’s homemade. Heat the olive oil in a large skillet over medium-high heat. Add the arugula, spinach and rainbow chard to the hot pan.

Cook down the greens for about 2 to 3 minutes, or until tender. Spinach, kale, and other green vegetables are overshadowed by so many other ingredients when it comes to breakfast, but why? Why not stuff your breakfast with greens? Push aside the pretty pastry and loaded oatmeal recipes on your Instagram feed; it’s time to give greens a chance.

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For this salad, use two to three chopped, hard-boiled, pastured eggs, a half to a whole avocado, two to three strips cooked and crumbled bacon (organic and pastured), one small tomato, one scallion, a half tablespoon diced almonds or walnuts, half a red onion, and romaine or butter leaf lettuce.

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Remove the eggs with a slotted spoon and drain completely.Toss a few handfuls of frisée or romaine with the bacon and the dressing and serve with a poached egg on top.

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I make a similar one at least once a week with cooked kale, collard greens, or chard instead of the spinach, which is expensive and cooks down too dramatically for me.

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The egg thickens the dressing and makes it a nice topping; try it with vegetables such as cauliflower and green beans.

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We diced the eggs then we combined them with mayonnaise (our tasters dismissed cottage cheese, sour cream, and cream cheese), lemon juice, Dijon mustard, red onion, celery, and parsley.

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Add the eggs, avocado, tomatoes, onion, green 1/2 teaspoon salt onions, and cilantro, and mix.

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Add the spinach and bacon bits to the pan, toss to blend, and add a little more salt and a few generous grindings of pepper.

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Arrange the greens and apple wedges on a salad plate, and top with the egg salad.

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Top one side of the cooked egg product with half of the cheese and half of the spinach mixture.

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In a medium pan, scramble the egg with 1 tablespoon extra-virgin olive oil and 1½ cups fresh spinach.

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  • Id suggest adding a Tbsp of Honey or sugar with the vinaigrette, unless your lemons are super sweet. Mine came out way too sour, the honey really fixed it!

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  • You can also not add goat cheese because it’s gross. AND instead of sprinkling it over the finished salad, you can sprinkle it in the garbage.

  • I don’t own an iron skillet; but, I like trying your recipes. I don’t recall you ever mentioning the size of the skillet that you use. Could you please tell me what size skillet do you use or recommend? Thanks

  • So much of oil and then cooking green in open vessel.. how it’s healthy. The same thing can be cooked with a table spoon of oil and in a closed vessel.

  • Okay the calories for the quinoa salad are not accurate. I just scanned every product I used with an app to count calories and the total calories are 639 with only 1 tablespoon of that salad dressing. Don’t get me wrong the recipes are amazing and very tasty but be careful with the calories you are consuming.

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  • Scrambled Eggs need Milk! Omelettes need Water, they each give a totally different end result. If you add Water to your scrambled you won’t get rich & creamy and Milk in your omelette gives you denser & heavier custard type rather than a light & fluffy clouds of air. A simple but vital distinction taught to me years ago by a posh hotel’s restaurant chef.

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  • EVERYONE: Don’t ever let someone tell you grapeseed oil is healthy.

    Lipid scientists have shown time and time again that it is a very unstable oil, and “smoke point” is meaningless in nutrition.

    DON’T COOK WITH PUFA’s! Traditional, non-refined fats / oils are ALWAYS superior.

  • You should crack eggs on a flat surface. This allows the membrane to remain intact, and will help hold the small shell pieces when you break the shell open and let the egg fall into your bowl.

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  • I didn’t like the first dish. One egg? What’s that like 8 grams of protein maybe ten with the sweet potato. More like a snack! Or a meal for my 5 year old