Saturday, October 9, 2010

I Love Breakfast

I love breakfast.
I love spinach.
 I love easy.
When I saw this recipe in the October issue of Eating Well, I knew I would try it.


Image from Eating Well



FLORENTINE HASH SKILLET

Heat 1 teaspoon olive oil in a small nonstick skillet over medium heat.
Layer in 1/2 cup each frozen shredded hash browns and frozen chopped spinach (from a bag).
Crack 1 large egg on top; sprinkle with a pinch each of salt and pepper and 2 tablespoons shredded sharp cheddar cheese.
Cover, reduce heat to medium-low and cook until the hash browns are browned, the egg white is set and the cheese is melted, 4 to 7 minutes.
Makes 1 serving.
Per serving: 226 calories along with some Vitamin A, Folate, Calcium and Iron

I wasn't disappointed.
Delicious!


8 comments:

Sharon said...

Oh yum that looks so good. I am going to knock on your door for breakfast soon. Seriously! (ha gotcha) Happy Saturday. Back to cleaning out the studio.

The Bodhi Chicklet said...

Oh eggs and potatoes, can it get better than that? Except maybe a little spinach tossed in. I'm glad my supper is ready because now I'm starving!

dosfishes said...

Yum, but I bet it is better with duck eggs! xox Corrine

Barb said...

Lucinda believes that even I could accomplish this dish (plus she LOVES spinach). As does my husband.

Betsy from Tennessee said...

That does look easy and GOOD, Snap.... I think I'll try that sometime... Thanks for the recipe.
Hugs,
Betsy

❦TattingChic said...

Oh, that looks GOOD!!!! Will you come make me breakfast, too! ;D LOL! Just kidding!
Good to see you! Sorry I haven't been around as much I only just got around to blogging again this week. I'm showing off my antique tatting shuttle collection so come have a looksee if you get really bored, okay? :D
(((hugs)))
~TattingChic ♥

Jacoba said...

Yummie, yummie - I am going to try that one out! I just love a tasty breakfast.
Have a wonderful Sunday!
Jacoba

Pat - Arkansas said...

Oh! Yummy!! Glad you were not disappointed. This is one I will have to try. Thanks for sharing.