Author Notes: When I was in college there was a restaurant that served what became my go to/always order/breakfast/late night dinner. It is a non recipe, that is, the proportions of ingredients are just a guideline. The "original" called for ground beef and chicken eggs and onion, garlic and parmesan. I changed the ingredients but the spirit is still true to the "original". —dymnyno
Serves: 1 or 2
ounces ground pork
ounces chopped onions
ounces ,a big handful of spinach, chopped a little if necessary to fit into the pan
large fresh duck egg beat with 1 teaspoon of water
pinch of salt and black pepper
- Saute pork in an iron skillet and add the onion. Saute until browned.
- Add the spinach and using tongs keep folding into the hot ingredients until completely wilted.
- Beat the egg with a little water and pinch of salt.
- Add to the spinach mixture and gently mix and smooth out the egg and spinach to incorporate all ingredients evenly.
- Sprinkle the parmesan over the top. Turn off the burner and leave for a few minutes to slightly melt.
- Grind black pepper and a little sea salt. Enjoy the whole pan or share. A big hunk of freshly baked sour dough bread is great.
- This recipe was entered in the contest for Your Favorite Way to Eat Eggs for Dinner