Always scrambling for new healthy breakfast ideas, my gut feeling said that this would be an excellent choice. Made with good-for-you *kimchi and leftover vegetables topped over wilted spinach it was!
*Kimchi is a fermented blend of cabbage, chili peppers, garlic, scallions, and other spices often eaten with every meal in Korea. Rich in vitamins A and C due to its fermentation process, it is also rich in beneficial gut-boosting lactobacilli bacteria. Kimchi has potent antioxidative and immune-stimulating activities along with anti-obesity effects and more more. Basically it is a super healthy additive or mid afternoon snack on its own.
As it turns out I was not so imaginative using kimchi in a scramble as I thought because there is a ton of recipes out there.
First wilt a handful of spinach in butter. Set aside.
In same frypan stir in chopped red pepper, broccoli, green onion + parsley. Then add some kimchi (amount depending on how much you like – it’s a required taste but I actually love it). I also added some freshly grated carrot (optional).
In another small bowl beat with a fork two free-range eggs. When vegetables are tender, add the eggs and mix together. Top over spinach.
Notes: for sides instead of making homefried potatoes I steamed yams then mashed with a little (grass fed) butter, sliced avocado with sesame seeds and baked beans.
Do you like kimchi?