I defy anyone to find a regular guy or gal like you or me who doesn’t like an easy meal at night. And if you’re feeling particularly Seinfeld-y (which is a regular around here), you might even be into a bit of breakfast for dinner. Or Brinner. (Never Lupper, though. I don’t think that caught on…)
Or, you know… breakfast for breakfast.
While I do try to mostly post dinner recipes on Meatless Monday, as I find that’s what people struggle with the most, it never hurts to have a meatless cooked breakfast idea either. One pan can feed the whole family! (Unless you’re Seven Cherubs. She might have a gigantic pan, though! She’s clever like that).
Listen, what I’m saying is eat this for breakfast, lunch or dinner. Or midnight snack, whatever! I like it as a weekend brunch or a lazy dinner. You might think pumpkin is a bit odd for breakfast, but I think pumpkin is never odd. Ever.
So what you do is you saute some mushroom, onion, and garlic with some cubed potatoes in a well-oiled frying pan until soft. Throw in some spinach, lots of herbs and some steamed pumpkin and chopped tomato. Any steamed veg is good here! Top with some cheese if you like, then pour over four eggs beaten with about half a cup of milk. Cook over a medium-low heat until it’s looking mostly set, then finish off under the grill/broiler until brown. Throw together a side salad and you have yourself a brinner! I served mine with toasted turkish and had myself a brunch.
What will you be having?!