I would add chopped scallions to the mix, but it does look tempting and pretty darned tasty, as it sits! Thanks for the recipe.A while ago some health issues crept in to my life, so I made some dietary changes. I’ve no regrets, and I’ve lost over 30lbs. I do have a few foods I miss, and most of those are breakfast items. Best meal of the day, if you ask me.
One of the breakfasts I was missing the most is the Full English. So I decided to find a way to get all the flavors I liked the most, with macros that wouldn’t cause me problems. That meant the beans and toast were out, and the meats reduced in quantity, but I worked it out. I present to you, The Full English Frittata. View attachment 51541
Two rashers of bacon, two sausages, and two servings of black pudding cooked and crumbled or sliced, andspread throughout the egg mixture. Mix in some sautéed mushrooms, and top with a few slices of tomato. Bake this bad boy up for 20 minutes, and then get down. This is two servings (4 eggs).
That’s not a bad idea. I’ve always got some scallions hanging around. I have tossed in a bit of shredded cheddar, but it takes away from the other flavors. I don’t think a bit of scallion would do that. Thanks for the suggestion.I would add chopped scallions to the mix, but it does look tempting and pretty darned tasty, as it sits! Thanks for the recipe.
I don't mean to change the topic, but as in, in-person conversations, topics change/evolve! Anyhow, Howard, how are your parents?