Chef Nick Massie shows you a different take on the first meal of the day with a breakfast gallimaufry.
The ingredients: sweet potato, red onion, garlic, Poblano pepper, Serrano pepper, mushrooms, ground beef, eggs, spring mix, cherry tomatoes, lemon, salt, pepper and olive oil.
“What I encourage to do is kind of prep ahead for the week,” he says. “Have this stuff at your disposal, and then your meals will taste better, they’ll be easier and, obviously, healthier.”
Massie seasons the ground beef with salt and pepper and tosses it into a hot pan with olive oil. Once the meat begins caramelizing, he adds the chopped sweet potato, onion, garlic, mushrooms and peppers. After the mixture cooks for a bit, he adds four eggs.
“I don’t like to use a large amount—just enough to kind of bind this all together,” explains Massie, who runs PaleoNick.com.
Once it’s done, he scoops a portion into the center of the plate and tops it with the greens that have been mixed with olive oil, lemon juice, and salt and pepper, and he adds the halved cherry tomatoes to finish it off.
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Additional reading: God of the Grill by Nick Massie, published June 13, 2012.