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Monday, February 1, 2016

Sunny Side Up Over Sauteed Vegetables


This simple little dish has been a favorite here lately!
We've had it for Sunday brunch a couple of times and then once
for a week night supper!

Lots of sauteed veggies with chopped garlic, salt and olive oil.
I microwave the little potatoes a few minutes just to speed them
along, then add them to the skillet, too.  Tomatoes and spinach 
go in at the last minute since they just need to wilt and heat through.
The whole thing only takes about 15 minutes.

Then in a small skillet I fry the eggs and stick them under the broiler
to cook the top and make them sunny side up.

Yum!  And healthy, too!


33 comments:

  1. You've just posted as I sent you an email!

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    1. Now that looks really delicious! Change the 'coffee, cake and chat' to 'dinner' and I'll catch the next Wells Fargo stagecoach to your place, Ha

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    2. I'm first! Eddie wasn't paying attention and missed his chance.

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    3. How about we have brunch, coffee AND cake? haha.
      Stagecoach, huh? Sounds like I have time to bake a few cakes
      before you arrive. haha.

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  2. Oh, that looks so good! Yum.

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    1. It's delish...and so easy. We'll have it often until we tire of it. ha.

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    1. Exactly...guilt free and scrumptious. That's the kind of meals I love!

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  4. My kind of meal. No meat. This looks delish!

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    1. Yeah..no meat, which is not typical for us. But we didn't miss it at all. :)

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  5. Eggs I've never been a fan
    Maybe it was the pheasant clan?
    Beats the heck out of me
    Glad you're alive at your sea
    And not disappearing like your twin
    Oh and fyi, Heroes season 5 was given a spin
    Came back
    Just saw your comment at my shack

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    1. yes, I am alive
      just had some pain and wanted to hide.
      So did I miss the whole 5th series?
      I must not have done the right queries!
      haha.

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    2. Ugg to the pain
      Sure know that train
      Just ended last week
      Missed indeed at your creek

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    3. Obviously TV I do not watch.
      Hope it was good and not a botch!

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    4. It wasn't bad
      A repeat of season 1 though a tad

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  6. I was wondering where you've been!
    Anything with a delicious runny egg...I'm in!
    Have a great week...
    Cheers!
    Linda :o)

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    1. I'd never tried the sunny side up before,
      so I'm pretty excited about that. haha.
      I guess it doesn't take much to excite me...lol.
      I think they are so pretty!

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  7. Delish . . . . what lucky boys all your men are to have you . . . :)
    Hope you had a lovely weekend free of migraines and painful joints . . . :)

    I have been moving the last things from Jon's old flat to his new house ~ bless them, including Peter's little garden slide . . :)

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    1. Moving is always fun! A lot of work, but fun all the same!
      I bet they are excited!

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    2. They are very excited but there are boxes all over the new place ~ it will take them weeks to sort it all out . . . :)
      They have been in the new house for just over a week and little Peter has settled very well into his new much bigger bedroom. It is such a delight to see them more comfortable and the previous flat was very damp and they always seemed to have nasty colds . . . much healthier where they are . . . :)

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    3. Yes, it will take a while to get all settled in and out of the boxes...but I love that kind of stuff.
      Glad it's a nicer place. Is it still close to you?

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    4. Just up the road ~ they can see my next door neighbour's house from their bedroom window . . . :)
      And the swings and park are just up the road from them . . . just wish the rent was not as expensive for them . . :)

      Yes I thought you might like getting order out of chaos, countering the second law of thermodynamics . . . :)

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    5. Well, that's very close! When Peter's a little older, he'll be running down the street to visit all by himself! :)

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    6. Yes I expect so . . . . he knows where all the houses are already including Lisa's parents just round another corner . . . . but says he won't be going back to his old house because he likes the new house . . . . lol

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  8. I love eggs cooked any and all ways, and vegetables of all kinds. So this dish is a winner to me. It's so pretty, too.

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    1. Oh yeah, glad you're back and hopefully feeling better.

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    2. It is a pretty dish, isn't it? And it photographs well, which I love. haha.
      Yeah, feeling better....not perfect but much better!

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  9. It looks so good! I never thought of finishing eggs under the broiler. What a great idea!

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    1. I don't know why I hadn't thought of that before! I've watched chef's on tv
      make them and they just spoon the hot butter in the skillet up over the eggs...
      but I use a nonstick pan and very little butter, so that just wouldn't work!
      This worked great and literally only took a minute! And...I think they
      are so pretty!

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  10. Betsy, this looks so yummy even if I can't enjoy it as I'm at home with hight temperature and nausea...so just seeing food makes me crazy ahahahah
    This is RAK week; starting from Friday 5th at 00.00 PM CET to Sautrday 6th at 08.00 AM CET you will be able to comment my post!! Have fun and than you for taking part.

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    1. Uh oh~! Poor you! I hope you feel better soon! Yes, RAK...I'll be there!

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