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Save Money By Having Breakfast for Dinner!

Breakfast just happens to be my favorite meal of the day, so it is a delicious option for our family to make a "breakfast meal for dinner" every so often! Dishes made with eggs can be very easy on your food budget, so why not serve one up one night soon?

Try this recipe for a Spinach Omelet. Add some dinner rolls and a tossed salad for a yummy cheap dinner menu!

(Serves about 4)

Ingredients:
8 large eggs
4 cups large-leaf spinach
Salt and Pepper to taste

Heat 2 Tbs. vegetable oil in a large frying pan over medium heat. Rinse the spinach and pat dry with a paper towel. Add the spinach to the oil and suate until it wilts down, about 2 minutes.

In a bowl, whisk eggs together. Add a dash of salt and pepper. Then pour the eggs into the pan.
Turn down the heat and let the eggs set. When they start to get solid, carefully turn the omelet over. Heat until the eggs are fully cooked.

Divide into four servings and enjoy!

Comments

TIGHTWAD said…
Totally agree! I love omelettes any time of day, I like to think of having them for dinner as very Parisian! Poached eggs are good too! Emma @ Tightwad
Irene said…
Hi Tightwad:
I like the Parisian idea, LOL! I Haven't tried poached eggs for dinner yet...just not sure if the kiddos will go for them.

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