Egg spring (or pancake) rolls

I love this for it’s simplicity and the goodness you can get from this light meal or breakfast option.

The idea is simple: I love spring rolls and this is healthy alternative.

Ingredients
1 or 2 eggs
sliced mixed vegetables/left over stir fry/bean sprouts etc
Salt & Pepper

Depending on the size of the pan you fry your eggs in, you will need one or two eggs. the frying pan I used was small so one egg was a enough. Whisk the egg and fry like a pancake. Lightly fry your vegetables  with some S&P or use some left over stir fry as the filling. Place a couple of tablespoons worth into the centre of the egg pancake and then fold the right and left sides over and roll away from you into a sausage-ish shape. Cut in half and serve!

Egg muffins

I’ve had eggs cooked in almost every way possible except poached and the other day I tried something new; egg muffins! No, they’re not flour based or a cake, they’re named muffins because they’re baked in a muffin tin. What I like about this recipe is tha it is quick, easy and you can use whatever you have in your fridge.

This recipe makes 6 muffins
3 eggs
cayenne pepper
Paprika
Pink Himalayan Salt
Black Pepper
Crushed red chilli flakes
Crushed cumin
Crushed corriander seeds
Chilli powder
1-2 fresh green chillies
Fresh corriander

Any veg you have lying about:
Sliced spring onions/the white of leeks and some of the green bits
Asparagus
Broccoli
Cherry/Plum tomatoes

Any meat you have in the fridge (optional but more protein is good):
Left over roast chicken, Prawns etc.

Simply throw it all into a bowl, whisk with a fork and divide into lightly greased/oiled muffin tins. Pop in the oven on Gas Mark 6ish for about 15 minutes. Serve with salad or have them as a snack. They can last a good couple of days but they’re so quick and easy to make I’d rather have them fresh. Re-warmed eggs are a bit weird I think.