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OT - My doctor said to eat a nice, protein filled breakfast.

Not sure this is what she had in mind, but I enjoyed it.
Some corned beef hash with sauteed onions and diced tomatoes, topped with a couple of fried eggs. Very tasty, but I read recently corned beef hash is one of the most unhealthy items because of all the sodium and fat. Oh well, I tried.


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  • I like the way your doctor speaks. Looks great from here.
    Snellville, GA


  • SmokeyPittSmokeyPitt Posts: 9,973
    Looking good!  Do you have a special trick for sunny side up eggs? I have tried a few (using a lid, butter basting, using a torch).  I found the torch to be the easiest...but the torch is outside so honestly I don't do it often. I usually just go over easy. 


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  • lkapigianlkapigian Posts: 4,088
    Doesn't get any better...perfect Yolks 
    Visalia, Ca
  • epcotisbestepcotisbest Posts: 2,037
    edited October 2017
    Looking good!  Do you have a special trick for sunny side up eggs? I have tried a few (using a lid, butter basting, using a torch).  I found the torch to be the easiest...but the torch is outside so honestly I don't do it often. I usually just go over easy. 
    Actually I do have a trick for the eggs and it is very simple. I cook the eggs in a non-stick fry pan with some butter. Then, when they have cooked to the point I think the bottoms are about right, I put them in a small pre-heated toaster oven on the broil setting and finish off the tops of the whites. It only takes a couple of minutes more in the little toaster oven to get the eggs just right, with a nice, runny yolk. This gets the whites completely done. Then they just slide right out of the pan onto the plate.
    So it is just a second step to the process, taking the eggs off the stove top and into the toaster over on the broil setting to set the tops.
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  • BrasonBrason Posts: 308
    This is one of my favorite breakfasts.

    Cheers,

    Jason

    Orange County- CA
  • fishlessmanfishlessman Posts: 23,780
    actually you did good =) theres more saturated fat in greek yogurt than corned beef hash per cup, you could of tossed some sausages in there ;)  i really like cbh when the bottom gets all crispy
  • epcotisbestepcotisbest Posts: 2,037
    actually you did good =) theres more saturated fat in greek yogurt than corned beef hash per cup, you could of tossed some sausages in there ;)  i really like cbh when the bottom gets all crispy
    Yes, I like to get the hash crispy on the bottom too. I added diced tomatoes to this batch and it did not let them get crispy, more mushy so I don't think I will do the diced tomato thing again, but experimenting is part of the fun.
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