Scrambled Egg with Spinach, Tomato and Onion

Scrambled Egg with Spinach, Tomato and Onion
Scrambled Egg with Spinach, Tomato and Onion

Scrambled Egg with Spinach, Tomato and Onion

 

½ sweet onion, chopped

¾ cups vegetable broth

8 ounces frozen spinach

1 tomato, chopped

Balsamic Vinegar to taste

Salt to taste

2 eggs

Splash of milk

Cooking spray

 

Place onion in a saute pan with ¼ cup broth. Cook over medium-low heat until onions are soft and golden. Add vegetable broth as needed, ¼ cup at a time. Add spinach and tomato. Turn up the heat to medium and simmer until most of the liquid is gone. Add balsamic vinegar and salt to taste. Remove to plate.

Add eggs and milk to a small bowl and scramble with a fork. Spray saute pan with cooking spray. Add eggs and cook to desired doneness. Add salt and pepper to taste. Remove to plate with spinach mixture and enjoy!

One serving, 297 calories

 

 

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12 Replies to “Scrambled Egg with Spinach, Tomato and Onion”

  1. Haha thanks for the article my guy! To be completely honest with you, I actually found this article really helpful. I love eggs! I recently learned how to make scrambled eggs and omelettes, and I prefer omelettes more. I load it with cheese, ham, turkey, spinach, and sprinkle some red pepper on it for some extra flavor. Sooooo good. But, this recipe certainly looks delicious also. I’ll give it a try!

    1. I love eggs too because it’s such a simple dish.  Your omelettes sound delicious so I’m going to have to try your recipe!  I’m sure you could turn this dish into an omelette as well.

  2. I have Scrambled eggs for breakfast every morning and I’m always trying something different Cynthia. But I’ve never tried it with spinach and tomato. Adding spinach and onion which I love makes this a very large meal. I think it could feed an army. It would be so healthy and really quite quick to do.

    A nice change from making it for breakfast, I’ll make it for a Sunday dinner. Yum.

    1. Thank you for your comments!  I agree that eggs are great for any meal.  Quick, inexpensive and very nutritious!  Enjoy!  

  3. Great article you have here and thank you for sharing such a simplified and easy to follow recipe. This can be prepared within a few minutes when  you are in a rush for work or when you feel like not cooking on that particular day. Plus it also contains some vegetables for more nutrition’s. Am curious, like can you add ginger and black pepper to the recipe?

    1. The beauty of cooking at home is that you can add (or subtract) any ingredients you want!  I think ginger and black pepper would be great in this dish.

  4. Hello there Cynthia

    Thanks so much for sharing this, I`m not a great cook but I love eating and always willing to try out something new that`s not so complicated.

    I love eggs(apart from boiled ones)spinach is one of my favorite veggies and fresh tomatoes is almost standard in everything I cook and eat. Knowing I can combine all three and make something is brilliant.

    Thanks I really appreciate knowing Ican quick this in minutes makes it something I`m going to try even today as I already have all the ingredients.

    Cheers Roamy

  5. A very easy and delicious dish to make. Thank you for also providing a picture of the prepared dish! It looks good to eat for breakfast or for a very quick dish to prepare when I don’t have too much time. Eggs, onions, tomatoes and spinach are some ingredients which I always keep in my kitchen. They all natural ingredients. 

    I like that you have also provided the the calories that the dish contains. I found this article very helpful. Scrambled eggs are one of the easiest dishes to make. I sometimes add little pieces of bacon to it. 

    1. Eggs are easy to prepare and full of nutrition, made even healthier with the addition of these vegetables.  And a little bacon wouldn’t either!

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