As I occasionally check the Defiant Wellness readership stats, I am amazed how much of my traffic is from people looking through my old recipes. So I figured I’d offer a new one. This one is an original that evolved through Suzanne’s frugality and my passion for breakfast.
Two weeks ago, Suzanne went through the fridge and threw together a bunch of stuff that we needed to use up and she did a quick stir-fry. She then tossed the results in a plastic storage container and threw it in the fridge. She told me it was there for breakfast, lunches, or whatever.
The next morning, I threw a large handful of baby spinach in a bowl, scooped a couple large spoonfuls of Sue’s stir-fry on top and zapped it in the microwave for 60-90 seconds. Then I tossed a couple fried eggs over it.
We had accidentally created the perfect, no fuss breakfast.
It reminds me of one of my favorite Korean dishes Bibimbap. This traditional Korean dish is a mixture of rice and vegetables, often served with a raw or fried egg on top.
What is in SueBimBap? It varies, but the one in the photo consists of broccoli, sweet yellow peppers, baby carrots, mushrooms, chunks of farm fresh sausage, garlic, onion and whatever seasoning you prefer. Just toss it all in a large frying pan with some ghee and saute to your desired tenderness or crispness.
With the stir-fry already pre-cooked, I can place a hot breakfast on the table in the time it takes to fry two eggs.