4.27.2010



I am totally obsessed with this dish.

It might have a lot to do with the insanely orange eggs purchased from the office botanist, but whatever it is, I can't get enough.

At least once a week we have the simple meal of brown rice & steamed veggies. (Poor Ben.) A few days later I will scramble a few eggs, then throw in the left over veggies and rice at the last minute to heat up. Then I put the combo over a bed of spring mix, top with green onions (if we have them) and season with Braggs.

It is so good.

12 comments:

  1. mmmm. what is braggs?

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  2. We have chickens (who also lay insanely orange eggs). This is one of my favorite things to do with them too. I mix mine into more of a fried rice situation though.

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  3. Ditto what mousey said.

    And that's very Italian countryside of you, mixing last night's dinner into a hot pan of golden-yolked scrambled eggs. SO delicious. Peter and I do some version of leftover veggies + egg pretty much every Sunday morning for brunch, but my pictures never make it look as good as that!

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  4. yes, should we already know of this braggs? i don't.

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  5. oohh, to everyone who's never had Braggs: go to your store and get some now! it's a bit like soy sauce, but better, and it's filled with amino acids and all other sorts of goodness! best thing ever.

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  6. Okay we obv need a follow up. Just as soon as I get home.

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  7. yummy yummy! & brown rice and vegetables is one of my fave dishes, jus sayin.

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  8. yumsville. how come all of my blog buddies are so good at photographing their kitchen concoctions?? y'all are always makin' me hungry.

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  9. This is how the Chinese people I hang with make fried rice...only you have to add ginger.

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  10. this looks amazing!!

    ps. love the new header

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  11. Totally making me crave Nasi Goreng, as fried up for breakfast by friendly Balinese staff in our honeymoon villa... y-u-m.

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