Eggs are a tasty source of protein, inexpensive, and easy to make. They're
also a staple in baking, so it's good to keep them around.
After Oven Chicken Fajitas, I had
some extra tortillas laying around. A common problem, with a satisfying
solution: Breakfast burritos!
This time, I decided to add some Sriracha to the mix. It turned out
surprisingly well, though it was a bit of a flavor shock. Taco sauce or pico de
gallo might have been less weird.
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I'm a big fan of Pasta Carbonara, which a friend of mine affectionately refers
to as "Breakfast Spaghetti". Raw egg is added to just-cooked spaghetti. The heat
from the spaghetti cooks the egg into a nice coating. Add parmesan cheese, Italian
sausage, and proscuitto (or bacon in a pinch) and you've got Carbonara!
Lacking the necessary Italian sausage, I decided to try something a bit
different. Instead of scrambling the egg, I fried it over-easy with salt,
pepper, and Italian seasoning. I cooked the bacon crispy, rather than my usual
chewy, and topped it with the cheese.
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These spicy noodles are so quick and easy to just toss together. I always have
eggs and butter on-hand, so the only thing I need to grab are green onions (and
those are completely optional).
Another recipe from Budget
Bytes, I (again) doubled it
to make enough for a meal. Though I'm thinking that some broccoli might make a
Continue reading Dragon Noodles...