Sunday, May 12, 2013

Savory Sunday: Radish & Eggs Breakfast Idea

Welcome to my first food-related post (I think!). As a quick introduction, wanted to mention that cooking, trying out new recipes and trying to eat healthier have become things of greater interest to me lately than in the past. I've tried out various recipes I found online, I've even "created" a few myself (although I'm sure all my cookings have already been discovered by other people) and I've decided that maybe I could feature all of this on my blog..hoping you will get some ideas on what to eat, what to cook or maybe just make you drool over this webpage..haha! :) 

Therefore, I am starting this new series on my blog, which will hopefully be up every week, called Savory Sunday! As a quick disclaimer, I wanted to say that I am aware that these recipes have all been presented and probably cooked way better by other people, but I'm giving you here my experience. If I have a link to some webpage that inspired me to do this post, I'll leave it at the end of the post. These posts are gonna be kinda like "What I ate this week worth mentioning".


Today I'm showing you what I ate a few days ago for breakfast. It's a pretty quick recipe, very easy to do and pretty damn delicious! Not to mention healthy... Here it goes:

I've firstly sliced the radishes and spread them on a big plate.

I've boiled two eggs, crumbled them with a fork and then added a little mustard, sour cream and, obviously, some salt and pepper. It turned out like an egg-cream.. sort of.


And then I added the green onion cut into small pieces for decorative purposes... My boyfriend loved this recipe, so thanks to Lucy Mercer for coming up with this idea!
It was really delicious and as you know, radishes have negative calories (which means they burn fat) and eggs have proteins, so I think this might just be a perfect recipe to start your day!

Would you try out this recipe? Let me know below! Thanks for reading!



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xoxo, 
Madeline

As a quick disclaimer, I wanted to say that I am aware that these recipes have all been presented and probably cooked way better by other people, but I'm giving you here my experience with them. If I have a link to some webpage that inspired me to do this post, I'll leave it here: Egg Salad on Radish Slices.

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