Egg w/ Tofu & Spinach
The incredible, edible egg. That was a big-time slogan for eggs many moons ago. I believe it came about right after there were some reports about them being high in cholesterol(which they are) and the egg industry wanted to get the word out that eggs were a healthy choice when it came to eating. Both the slogan and the tune are quite catchy, making this 30+ years old slogan one that is still quite popular.
Egg recipes are very popular! An egg is full of lots of great nutrients, of which one is protein. You can add in a little bit of tofuand spinach and you’ve got a healthy breakfast that’s full of protein! Ingredients 2 large eggs Tofu -about 2 ounces Spinach – michael kors bags outlet about 4 ounces (if leaves are large, cut up with scissors to make it easier to eat) Oil or butter for the pan Dash of salt Directions Turn on the burner to medium heat and add oil to keep the ingredients from sticking. Add the spinach and cook for a few minutes or until it starts to soften. Add the already crumbled tofu into the pan and cook for a few more minutes. If you’re new to using tofu you can experiment with cooking it a little quicker or a little longer to find out how long to cook it so that it meets your specific tastes. Scramble the eggs in a bowl and when ready, add to the tofu and spinach mixture cooking in the pan. You may need to add a little more oil or butter first so the eggs won’t stick. Stir often as eggs like to stick to the pan and will cook rather quickly.
Depending on what you like, you can easily add or substitute one of more of the below high-protein ingredients into your scrambled egg recipe so you can make it exactly how you like it!. Additional High Protein Ingredients/Suggestions/Substitutes • Mushrooms • Asparagus • Kale • Tomatoes• Onions
High Protein Bread
Add some high protein bread (I like mine toasted) on the side! • Mixed Grain Bread – @ 16% protein per serving • Whole Wheat Pita Bread – @ 15% protein per serving • Sourdough – @13% protein per serving Add some fried potatoes for more protein – @ 16% in a 1 cup serving