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Breakfast Crescent Pizza

So I was searching in the fridge for something different for breakfast.  I came up with plenty of eggs and half a kielbasa sausage.  Then I noticed a rolls of crescent rolls, which are usually bought for a purpose and I was surprised to see it in the fridge.  This is how I came up with breakfast crescent pizza.

Keep in mind anything would really work for your toppings.  Scrambled eggs are the base and I would choose some great meat or sautéed vegetables on top.

Breakfast Crescent PizzaBreakfast Crescent Pizza:

  • crescent rolls
  • scrambled eggs
  • grated cheese
  • bacon, sausage, or ham, cooked and chopped
  • mushrooms, spinach,onions,zucchini,bell pepper, etc., chopped and sautéed until tender

Start by rolling out the crescent roll into rectangles.  Each can would make 4 large rectangles.  If you tried this with triangles you wouldn’t be able to fit very many toppings on.]

Bake the rectangles according to directions minus 1-2 minutes.

Meanwhile scramble eggs, cook or brown meat, and sauté your vegetables.

Remove the crescent rolls from the oven.  Top with eggs, vegetables, meat, and a bit of grated cheese to lock it all in.

Place back in oven for 1-2 more minutes until cheese is melted.

Breakfast Crescent Pizza

I ate mine with salsa on top or some might like ketchup!


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Egg Drop Soup

 

Egg Drop SoupThe kids and I love soup so we try to eat it when Mr.Picky is gone, so we don’t have to listen to complaining.  It is August which is usually warm for us here in the Pacific Northwest but it started raining.  So with rain came Egg Drop Soup for dinner.  Both children love it and quoting my five-year old “I could eat this for breakfast, lunch and dinner”.

A couple of times a week I try to make meatless meals.  Usually when Mr.Picky (my meat and potato man) is not joining us for dinner.  We had plenty of protein in the egg and I add some sautéed chard out of the garden to mine.

Egg Drop Soup with Chard added

Egg Drop Soup with Chard added

I adapted the recipe from The Kitchn-How to Make Egg Drop Soup .  The directions are easy and The Kitchn gives a variety of ideas you can add to your soup.  There is great photos on how to pour the egg into the soup at the link above.  This is exactly how I made my soup to my taste.

Egg Drop Soup:

  • 4 cup chicken stock
  • 1 Tbs plus 1 tsp cornstarch
  • 2 eggs
  • 1 1/2 tsp fresh ginger, grated
  • 2-3 cloves garlic, pressed or crushed
  • 1 Tbs liquid aminos or soy sauce
  • salt and pepper to taste
  • 1/4 tsp chinese five spice seasoning
  • green onions, chopped

 

In a medium sauce pan in about 1 tsp olive oil heat fresh ginger and garlic until fragrant.  Add in chicken stock.

Simmer on medium for about 15 minutes.  At this point you could add any vegetables and cook until done.  I think corn, peas, and mushrooms would be wonderful in this soup.  Remove 1/4 cup of stock and mix with 1 Tbs cornstarch until smooth, mix this back into the pot.  Bring up to a good simmer, as soup begins to thicken add soy sauce and seasonings.

Taste the soup to see if you need addition seasonings for your taste.  Meanwhile whisk together 1 tsp cornstarch and 2 eggs.

While the soup is on a low simmer, slowly stream the egg mixture into the soup.  Cook for another few minutes.

Serve hot and with a few green onions atop the soup.

 

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