Saturday, April 26, 2008

New (?) Recipe: Scrambled Eggs with Green Apples and Green Onions

So I got up this morning and decided to let The Wee One try a bit of a real apple before her main bottle. She was not as impressed by it as she was by her first taste of cantaloupe. This left me with a bit of a problem: what do to with the remaining apple? (Maybe next time I'll think to give her a red apple instead of a green one...)

Scrambled Eggs with Green Apples and Green Onions
Three eggs
One green apple, peeled and diced
One green onion, hastily gathered in the rain and the wind from one's garden, diced (NB it is permissible to eat half of it while dicing)
Three tablespoons of grated Romano cheese
2-3 tablespoons margarine (butter if you're decadent)
Optional: cinnamon, brown sugar

Melt margarine in skillet over medium-high heat. Add diced apple and green onion and cook until apple is soft. Add eggs and scramble, reducing heat if necessary. Just before eggs are at desired degree of doneness, add cheese (and cinnamon and brown sugar, if desired) and fold in, reducing heat to avoid scorching. Serve warm with toast.

I imagine one could add some bacon into the mix and it would not hurt a thing.

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