Then I remembered I had leftover rice in the fridge.
This can only mean one thing - breakfast fried rice for all!
|Salmon fried rice.|
I chopped up a carrot and some kale and sauteed them till tender in a little olive oil. I set the veggies aside (these veggies went into my dish and the dogs' meal).
I initially took out three salmon patties from the freezer and defrosted them before remembering they had onion in them and the dogs couldn't eat them.
Well, I could give it to the dogs if I wanted them to get a horrible case of anemia but that usually isn't fun for anyone...
|I went a little overboard on crisping up the salmon patty.|
I set the salmon patty aside and apologized profusely to Abby who was drooling in anticipation of a fish breakfast.
For the dogs' meal I scrambled on whole egg in a little olive oil. The dogs have been obsessing over the local tofu I brought home the other day so I cubed up a handful and tossed that in with the egg.
Then 2/3 of the carrot and kale mixture went into the pan along with some canned peas (drained), 1 cup of cooked brown rice, soy sauce, oyster sauce and a little chicken broth.
|This is a large stainless steel dog bowl.|
|A drizzle of golden Udo's oil on top.|
For my meal I put some chopped yellow onion and minced garlic in a pan with some olive oil.
I realized I had tomatoes I needed to use up so I gave one a rough chop and tossed that into the pan.
Then I added 1/4 cup of cooked brown rice, the carrot and kale mixture, chicken broth, soy sauce, peas and the salmon patty chopped into pieces.
It was pretty tasty. What I liked most about it was that I got a hearty amount of protein and healthy fats with this breakfast.
Now I have to figure out what to do with the other salmon patties. I've got a feeling it is going to be a salmon-centric day.