A Simple Savory Breakfast

CSA member Lauren Klimetz shared her recipe for a hearty breakfast that makes great use of the veggies in your share this week. If you have a recipe you’d like to share with your fellow CSA members email me, Sarah Ligon, at nativesonproduce [at] gmail [dot] com.
 

A Simple Savory Breakfast

A simple breakfast is to coarsely chop two handfuls of greens (kale, arugula, spinach, beet, turnip, radish, chard, cabbage—the possibilities are endless) and place them in saucepan with a cup of your broth. Broth will not cover greens by any means. Heat to almost boiling, add two or three cracked eggs, place the lid on saucepan and simmer for a minute or two, depending how hard you like your yolks.  This is also easy replicated at work if you have access to a microwave. Heat raw greens and broth for 3 minutes, then crack in eggs and cook another minute or two.  This is also a great dish for using up leftovers; add in chopped tomatoes, bell pepper, ground meat, etc. Season to taste. It’s a great start to the day!