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Serves 1


2 eggs, beaten
1 TBS onion
1 TBS spinach
1 TBS broccoli (or any other desired vegetable)
1 TBS cheese, grated

 

Combine the eggs and vegetables to make a frittata (an open omelette) and top with the cheese.  When cooked, cut into wedges and serve for breakfast.

RECIPE DEVELOPED BY SHARYN SINGER

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you are feeding.

 

Serve some lean bacon with grilled or raw tomatoes for a lighter version of an English breakfast.

RECIPE DEVELOPED BY SHARYN SINGER

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Combine scrambled eggs with grilled tomatoes and mushrooms, and an oat cake for a satisfying breakfast.

RECIPE DEVELOPED BY SHARYN SINGER

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Amber tickFollow the omelette with some fresh fruit, such as a clementine or half a papaya with lime juice squeezed over.

Serves 1

 

2 medium eggs, beaten

1 tsp soy sauce

1 tsp sake (or dry sherry)

100g North Atlantic prawns

1 TBS extra virgin olive oil

4 slices back bacon, fat trimmed and finely sliced

1/2 tsp root ginger, peeled and finely sliced

2 spring onions, trimmed and finely sliced

Beat the eggs with the soy sauce and sake.  Squeeze any excess water out of the prawns and set aside.  Place a non-stick frying pan over a medium-high heat.  Once hot, add the oil, followed by the bacon.  Stir-fry the bacon for a couple of minutes until it starts to crisp.  Add the ginger and spring onions, cook for a few seconds, then add the prawns, followed immediately by the beaten eggs.  Swirl them around the pan until the base starts to set.  Continue to cook for a further minute or until the omelette is almost set, then fold it over and cook for another minute.  Slip onto a plate and serve.

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Amber tickQuantities to be decided by you, depending on how many you are feeding.

 

Bacon or seared ham are both delicious with griddled flat mushrooms and cherry tomatoes – the latter can be raw or cooked, depending on your mood.

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You can add extra protein to scrambled eggs with thin strips of smoked salmon or lean smoked ham.  Or you could add some prawns or some fried (and drained) crispy pieces of chorizo.  Follow with slices of melon or red berries.

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Kippers make an excellent breakfast – either poach for a couple of minutes in simmering water, or wrap in foil with a dab of butter and bake in the oven.  Follow with melon or red berries.

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