When I make this dish, my husband and daughter go crazy. Delicious is an understatement; my turkey sausage egg scramble is a lip-smacking, mouth-watering delicacy.
The best thing about it: the meal keeps you full and satisfied for hours, minus feeling overstuffed.
Plus, it includes the healthiest of choices that are beneficial for your body. Spinach is great for eyesight, while tomatoes are rich in anti-oxidants.
Believe it or not, mushrooms are great to eat when trying to lose weight. With meat, veggies and potatoes all in one dish, my turkey sausage egg scramble is a grand slam breakfast.
- 4 fresh mushrooms, sliced
- 2 medium potatoes
- 2 large eggs
- 4 cups baby spinach leaves
- 2 Roma tomatoes, sliced
- 1 package of Jennie-O -Turkey Sausage
- 3 tablespoons all natural vegetable oil
- ¼ cup fat free or skim milk
- 2 Chicken Bouillon Cubes
- Serves: 5
- Calories per serving: 192
- Total cooking time: 30–40 minutes
- Defrost the turkey.
- Fill a large pot with hot water and place on high heat to boil.
- Add the Wyler’s Chicken Bouillon Cubes to the water.
- When the cubes dissolve, add the potatoes to the water and let them boil.
- Put one tablespoon of vegetable oil into a large pan and heat on low.
- Place the sliced mushrooms, sliced tomatoes and baby spinach in the pan of oil and sauté on low heat.
- Put the eggs and milk into a mixing bowl and whisk until smooth.
- In a second pan, add one tablespoon of vegetable oil and heat on low.
- Add the egg mixture to the pan, scrambling gently as the edges turn white.
- Turn off the pan that contains the sautéed vegetables.
- Add the eggs to the sautéed vegetables.
- Turn off the potatoes and place them on a cutting board; let them cool.
- In the pan that cooked the eggs, add one tablespoon of vegetable oil and let it heat on low.
- Add the sausage to the vegetable oil and cook until brown.
- When the sausage is done, add it to the pan with the sautéed vegetables and eggs.
- Chop up the potatoes.
- Add them to the eggs, sausage and sautéed vegetables.
- Mix well and enjoy.
Health Tip of the Week:
Skin & Hair Super Foods!
I am an avid fan of Fitness Magazine. About a year ago, they ran an article about healthy skin and hair. The article provided 10 super foods to eat that guarantee beautiful skin and a healthy head of strong, luxurious locks. The first item on the list: blueberries, which also prevent premature aging. Next on the list is wild salmon. Grilled, baked, or raw in sushi, salmon gives skin an ample amount of moisture. Spinach is also on the list, as well as oysters and tomatoes. Walnuts contain omega-3 fatty acids and Vitamin E, both of which are valuable for skin and hair. Kiwi prevents wrinkles. Eating a square of dark chocolate every day will keep skin hydrated. Forget the myth; chocolate does not cause acne as long as sweet treats like Godiva, Ghirardelli, or Hershey’s Extra Dark Chocolate are enjoyed. The secret: chocolate must be dark and have at least 60 percent cacao to be healthy. A cup of low-fat or fat-free yogurt and sweet potatoes round off the list.