during the summer, when most of my brothers and i are home, we go through an astounding number of eggs. ben and tim are both "bulking," or whatever, so together they can go through a dozen eggs in 2 days. they're really big on protein, clearly.
the boys have all been in madrid for the past week, so there's actually been eggs in the fridge, for once. i made this easy breakfast using leftovers from my brunch and arugula from the fridge.
i normally like to sauté spinach with my eggs, but since we were out, i used arugula. i actually think i like it better - spinach can be kind of boring, but the arugula has a good peppery taste that works really well with the eggs.
this meal was so simple it doesn't even really need a recipe. i threw together two handfuls of arugula and the leftover chorizo/onion/pepper dish from my brunch and sautéed them together. i didn't even need to any olive oil, because the fat from the chorizo was enough to meld all the flavors together.
this really doesn't need a recipe, but basically, this is what i i did: i sautéed the arugula with the peppers and onion mixture over medium heat until the arugula was wilted and a darker shade of green.
when that was done, i pushed it to the side and fried an egg. when that was cooked to perfection (it accidentally broke when i flipped it though, whoops) i used a spatula to put the veggies and sausage into a bowl and then topped it with the egg.
i sprinkled some sea salt and dried herbs over the dish and ate it in probably half the time that it took to make it.
my flight to switzerland leaves in a few hours, so i'm off to finish packing. we're meeting my brothers in geneva and then traveling around switzerland and eventually to paris and then back home in 10 days. i'll be eating a lot of delicious food and taking a lot of pictures of said food, so stay tuned!