Spinach-Feta Scramble

This is the most frequent thing we make for breakfast (aside from cereal and protein bars). Mostly it is a Cory specialty. He'll usually put in red onions, spinach, cheese (or whatever we have) and always yellow mustard. Cory loves yellow mustard, which is weird to me because yellow mustard is not really very good and dijon mustard is amazing. But there's no accounting for taste (in mustards, obviously his taste in women is impeccable).

I was cooking out of the Super Natural Every Day cookbook and one of the things I'd wanted to make was a spinach strata but then you had to make it the night before and, of course, that didn't happen. So on Saturday morning I was hungry and we had all these ingredients so I made them into a scramble (no yellow mustard). It turned out so good so I made it for breakfast Sunday was well. It is super simple but it is really super tasty.

Spinach-Feta Scramble

4 tbsp thinly sliced red onion
1 clove garlic, minced
olive oil/cooking spray
2 cups spinach
6 eggs
4 tbsp milk
2 tbsp chives (or other fresh herbs)
1/4 cup feta
salt & pepper to taste
1. Drizzle oil in pan or spray with cooking spray. Sauté onions over medium heat until soft.
2. Add spinach and cook until just wilted.
3. Whisk eggs, milk, chives, and salt and pepper. Pour over spinach.
4. Crumble feta over eggs.
5. Cook as you would scrambled eggs, using a spatula to push the cooked eggs from the edges to center of pan.
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  1. Yay glad you're posting again! Hugs and happy 2015 :)

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