I’m pretty sure scrambles are my favorite type of breakfast. You just throw a bunch of junk together in a skillet and voila! Breakfast! In my recent purchase from the Primal Guys, there was some beef stew meat. I was talking to Dan, the owner, and he mentioned that he uses it in a scramble-type meal. It never dawned on me that beef stew meat could or should be used for anything other than beef stew. I know, I’m a special one.
So the next day, I took my thawed stew meat, and set out to make a super easy dinner, because even though scrambles are usually eaten for breakfast, and even the title of this post implies the same, you can and really should eat it for any meal of the day.
For this recipe, I just sort of grabbed anything I could find in the kitchen. I wanted bell peppers in it but didn’t have any, so I used some roasted red peppers. And I never think to add spinach to anything except smoothies and salads but thought I’d stick some green in there too. But why stop there? I decided that zucchinis and avocados are green too, so in they went.
It may not be an amazingly pretty dish to serve, but it tastes good and pleased the kids, so I don’t even care what it looks like. Besides, when you throw in everything but the kitchen sink, what do you expect?
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