Simply delicious Saturday Brunch……Red on Yellow!

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Woke up super early so went rumaging in my fridge to see what I could throw together for a healthy and delicious breakfast.

Started off with two eggs, a little salt and pepper, and chopped one tomato and half of a red pepper. Topped my mix  with one tablespoon of grated parmesan and about 2 tablespoons of grated sharp cheddar cheese. Mixed it up well and Voila! – my Red & Yellow Scrambled Eggs…..so delish!

Not only did I want to use veggies, but I just adore fruit, so I found I had canned pineapple tidbits and one pear. Took half a flatbread and placed sliced pieces of pear on top, drizzled a little honey and sprinkled ground ginger on top. It went into a 375 degree oven for just a few minutes.  In the meantime made mini biscuits and topped them off with a tablespoon of the pineapple tidbits. 

While the eggs cooked, I made myself a cup of Nespresso coffee….and let me tell you…..totally delicious breakfast!

 Have a wonderful Saturday!!!!

Gabi

Contemplate the thought of a Ginger, Apple and Onion sauce with Chicken……severe YUM Factor!!!

If you’re tuning in today, you might wonder what is going on….chicken again???!!  But this chicken is really delish.  Definitely different and so, oh, very tasty.

Publix, my local supermarket, did have a special sale on chicken, so I stocked up!  Before starting my Insanity workout, I took the chicken out to defrost and get ready for the next adventurous recipe.  Once I finished another crazy workout, now fully energized I went to the kitchen and started rummaging through my fridge.

Out came two onions, one apple, and 1 teaspoon of unsalted butter.  Got the butter melting and then chopped the onions and the apples and let them cook together for a good 10 minutes, shaking in about 2 teaspoons of powdered ginger and a dash of salt.

Once that started bubbling, I placed chicken thighs right on top of the mix, and poured 1/3 cup of apple cider vinegar on top, covered the pan, and let it cook on high for about half an hour.  Midway through (after about 15 minutes or so), I turned the chicken over and placed some of the onions and apples on top.

After it had been cooking for the half hour, I took 8 oz of peas and poured them in, letting them soak in the goodness of the onion/apple sauce for about five minutes.

And then I dived in! Wow….talk about flavor…..such yumminess…..it was absolutely mouth-watering delicious, and so easy to make!

Try it and let me know what you think!

Have a blessed evening….

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