Chicken Veggie Scramble: Quick and Easy Lunch2:00 PM
|Delicious, chicken veggie scramble|
My lunch de jour was very delicious. I made a chicken veggie scramble. It was super easy to cook up, and tasted amazing. For all you out there who claim to not be good chefs, trust me when I tell you that this was easy to whip up.
I originally planned on making some avocado and egg toast, which has been my go-to lunch lately. However, the avocados I had just bought weren't exactly ripe enough yet. And it would be a hell of a waste if I just tried to mash it up and stick it on toast with it being unripe. It just wouldn't taste good. Like, I might as well wait a few days for the avocado to be ready. Why waste my appetite? ...and the calories too, eh?
So, I decided to make something else for lunch. I found some vegetables in the fridge and cracked a few eggs and made this! I used spinach, one diced tomato, half of an orange bell pepper, about an ounce of shredded Costco rotisserie chicken breast, a bit of mozzarella cheese, a bit of medium cheddar cheese, and three eggs. I also added a bit of Mrs Dash Extra Spicy Seasoning Blend and Mrs Dash Onion and Herb Seasoning Blend (which by the way is the best thing ever; I put that stuff in everything!). A bit of salt and pepper did the trick as well.
I put just a bit of olive oil onto the pan and then cracked the eggs into the pan. I added the rest of the ingredients and just mixed it around and around. I accidentally used a pan that was a tad bit too small. The veggies add a bunch of volume, and it took a lot of effort to mix it up without accidentally letting everything go overboard. But I managed.
It only took like 5 minutes max to cook it up. I had some salsa in the fridge that I thought tasted too salty for chips, so I decided to add it to the scramble. I was also curious about how honey mustard would taste on it, which is why I squirted a bit on as well.
|This honey mustard is SO good!|
|This salsa is wayyy too salty with carrots or cucumbers or chips. But on this scramble it was really good!|
When I sliced the cheese, I ended up slicing too much and didn't use it all up. I had some sliced cucumbers in the fridge, so I made little mini cucumber-and-cheese sandwich bites.
And ba-da-boom this was my quick and easy lunch! Pretty simple, eh? All of you out there who claim to have a lack of cooking skills, you can do this. I'm not lying. Give it a try and lemme know what you think!
Til next time,