- red pepper flakes dry (very small amounts)
Wednesday, March 28, 2018
You do not need a crust, but it can be nice to eat.
- Coconut flour (or pastry four) mixed with butter and pressed in to a pan works good. Toast it a bit before adding the egg mixture. AND DRAIN THE SPINACH AS MUCH AS POSSIBLE BEFORE ADDING.
All I do is steam a bunch of spinach or open a can of spinach is much easier. mix in eggs and crumbled or shredded cheese (or add to the top) in a large bowel. Then bake to melt the cheese and cook the eggs. See my Wok-oven above, use a very low flame.
don't need a recipé to tell you how many eggs to use)
(canned or fresh)
this is actually optional, but not for me (I like strong cheese
because the flavor goes farther with less cholesterol) Blue cheese
or Feta is best.
if you have a food drier.
(sauteed in vinegar and oil)
or Onions (caramelized in oil)
like oregano or basil
other ingredients that are not essential:
- I would never use cream but some people can eat anything.
- TVP “Bacon” bits work if you keep them dry-ish, sprinkle on top after baking.
- Meat ??? (like crunchy fried bacon.) or Canadian bacon.
My oven stopped working a couple years ago so I built one out of a wok for stove top use, see pix above. Pie plate on an empty tuna can. And a little water in the bottom of the wok to make steam. Glass lids are not essential but they help. Go to the GoodWill store.
|stove top oven|
Friday, March 16, 2018
The art of food requires that most ingredients be optional unless other wise notated. There are certain ingredients that are affinity's to the main ingredient. Accurate measurement is NOT part of good cooking, don't waste time measuring ingredients!