BY's Recipe: Broccoli and eggs can be a healthy breakfast for kids and healthy eaters. It's simple to make and requires no cooking experience. Children under ten need adult supervision.
Servings: 4. Prep. Time: 10-15 minutes. Cook Time: 15-20 minutes. Total Cooking Time: 30-35 minutes.
What you need
- Stove or microwave,
- Fry pan,
- 25-35 minutes.
- A medium-sized bag of cut broccoli,
- 4 -8 eggs ( chopped mushrooms for vegans and vegetarians),
- 1 teaspoon of extra virgin oil or water.
- Salt or sugar to taste,
- Mushroom for vegans and vegetarians.
“...no one is born a great cook, one learns by doing.”― Julia Child.
- Crack the eggs,
- Beat the eggs or use a kitchen blender to beat the eggs (blender saves time),
- Set it aside.
- Prepare the broccoli,
- Use microwave or stove.
- Steam broccoli for about 4 minutes.
- Set it aside.
- Heat oil or water for a few seconds,
- Add a beaten egg and cook for about two minutes,
- Turnover and lower the heat,
- Slow cook for about three minutes,
- Your breakfast, lunch, or dinner is ready( see the photo below).
- Use the microwave-friendly pan,
- Pour the beaten egg into the pan
- Add salt, sugar, oil, or water (optional),
- Stir for a few seconds,
- Cook for about 4 minutes,
- Your meal is ready.
Serve with coffee, tea, or soda. Enjoy.
Serve with water or soda.
Cooking is an art. Be creative and use broccoli and eggs to create any dish you want. Or hire a personal chef if you don't have the time to cook or choose not to cook. Feel free to share the recipe.
A 100-gram reference serving of raw broccoli provides 34 calories and is a rich source (20% or higher of the Daily Value, DV) of vitamin C (107% DV) and vitamin K (97% DV) (table). Raw broccoli also contains moderate amounts (10–19% DV) of several B vitamins and the dietary mineral manganese, whereas other micronutrients are low in content (less than 10% DV). Raw broccoli is 89% water, 7% carbohydrates, 3% protein, and contains negligible fat (table).
A 50-gram (1.8 oz) medium/large chicken egg provides approximately 70 kilocalories (290 kJ) of food energy and 6 grams of protein. Eggs (boiled) supply several vitamins and minerals as significant amounts of the Daily Value (DV), including (per 100g) vitamin A (19 percent DV), riboflavin (42 percent DV), pantothenic acid (28 percent DV), vitamin B12 (46 percent DV), choline (60 percent DV), phosphorus (25 percent DV), zinc (11 percent DV) and vitamin D (15 percent DV). Cooking methods affect the nutritional value of eggs. [clarify]