Channelling Dr Seuss’s Green Eggs

Fried Eggs with Broccoli Photo by Cynthia Nelson

I, Love. Broccoli. I eat the stems raw (after removing the fibrous outer skin) and steam the moss-like heads and eat them just like that. Whenever I steam broccoli (which is often), I always leave back a few pieces to cook with eggs.

Sometimes it’s fried eggs and broccoli or fried eggs, broccoli and cheese all cooked together. So good!

To keep the broccoli green for this fry up, here is what to do:….

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