Steak with scrambled eggs is one of my favorite dishes. The ingredients are mainly leftovers. It's good for a brunch or dinner.
The finished product -- too bad I didn't have some parsley to spread around for a more attractive presentation. But, what the heck. I did not think to take a photo until the eggs went in.
Two or three dashes each of Worcestershire, Tabasco, and dry mustard
1-2 Tablespoons of water -- makes eggs lighter
grated cheddar cheese or cheese of your choice, a handful or two
Salt and pepper
1/4-1/2 onion, chopped
Red, green peppers or both, chopped - leftover from another recipe and frozen
Steak, diced - leftover
1/2-3/4 cup of leftover cooked rice; brown, white or wild - it doesn't matter.
*Fresh tomato -- always good to add a small, fresh, diced tomato about a minute before the eggs are done.
** Fresh, sliced mushrooms are a tasty addition. I generally saute the mushrooms when the peppers go in.
Put the eggs in a bowl; add salt, pepper, Worcestershire, Tabasco, dry mustard, and water. Beat well, add the cheese and gently mix. Spray a pan with Pam, add a little butter; saute the onions until clear; add the peppers and cook for a minute or two; add the steak and leftover rice, cook for a couple of minutes; and lastly add the egg mixture. Scramble until just right.
Serve with toast or biscuits, salsa and/or flour tortillas for a breakfast taco.
I always feel so thrifty when I use leftovers because thrift is not one of my strong points. :D
Until next time, God bless.