Well, as I'm sure you've probably guessed by now...I love melts. Breakfast melts, lunch melts, I'm not picky. I can't remember where exactly I found this recipe (it was either Pinterest or FoodGawker), but it looked good, so I had to try it. I never thought to try something new with hard boiled eggs. Usually I inhale them too fast for me to ever have any leftovers. I've lost track of how many times I've made hard boiled eggs for egg salad, but then ate all the eggs before I got around to making it.
Now, I know I've been posting QUITE a bit of breakfast recipes here lately, but as you know MWT gets all my dinners. Hopefully though, I'll be able to post more dinners here this month and next month though because two things have happened...
1. MWT gave me the rest of the month off from cooking their recipes and taking pictures, but I'm still gonna get paid. They said to think of it as a 'Holiday Bonus'...awesome! So, that opens up the rest of the month for me to be able to make whatever I want for dinner (I've got quite a collection built up on Pinterest that I can't wait to try)!
2. While I'm still working on Slow cooker recipes four days a week for MWT, the other three days I'm doing their breakfast recipes...so that leaves three dinners a week that I can make whatever I want. Yay!
Don't get me wrong, I absolutely LOOOOVE my job, but while bummin' around on the web I come across some yummy looking meals that I REALLY want to try, but just can't, so I'm definitely looking forward to some 'open cooking' :)
Ok guys...if you don't hear from me for the rest of the week, then have a great one! Little Jango's starting to stir, so I'm gonna need to take him out. Later!!
'Breakfast Egg Melts'
Source: Adapted from Real Simple
4 English muffins
2 hard boiled eggs, sliced
shredded cheese (I used Monterrey Jack)
Chopped green onions
1. Make Hard-Cooked Eggs.
2. Toast 8 English-muffin halves and place on a cookie sheet. Slice each egg into 4 (in half, then each half in half)
3. Drizzle each with olive oil (I like a lot), then layer on tomato slices, 2 egg slices per muffin, and a little shredded cheese. Sprinkle with green onions, dill weed, and salt.
. 4. Broil 5 minutes or until the cheese melts.