Chicken Sun Dried Tomato Saute

Things have been crazy busy lately, as evidenced by my lack of blogging, but I’m making my way back, never fear, ha ūüėȬ†Since my schedule has been so full, food has been whatever happens to be the easiest, lately. Last week I threw this random saute together for dinner, Chicken Sun Dried Tomato.

Chicken Sun Dried Tomato Saute

  • 1 bag of broccoli slaw
  • Pre-grilled chicken (or your choice of meat)
  • Melissa’s sun dried tomatoes
  • Salt/pepper
  • Oil of your choice (coconut preferred)

I started by sauteing the broccoli slaw with salt and lots of pepper, in the pan until it had cooked down. Once it had, I took two pre-grilled chicken breasts and my kitchen shears, and cut the chicken up into bite size pieces directly into the pan. I then did the same with the sun dried tomatoes. So much easier than cutting; no knife, no cutting board, etc. I continued sauteing until everything was warmed, and then ate a bowl for dinner (and brought a bowl to work for lunch a couple days later)!

Helpful tip: If you’re nightshade-free (obviously you wouldn’t use tomatoes here), but, using a lot of black pepper with broccoli slaw, makes it crazy spicy!DSC_0605

My Favorite Egg Scramble

This is one of my favorite go-to meals, when I don’t feel like cooking and am feeling rushed; breakfast, lunch, or dinner, included. So easy and so flavorful!

Egg Scramble

  • Mushrooms (I prefer baby crimini)
  • Whole garlic
  • Sun dried tomatoes (I use Melissa’s, no added salt or sulfites)
  • Crumbled herb goat cheese
  • Kosher salt/pepp
  • Eggs

Start the mushrooms and whole garlic in a little butter/oil of your choice over medium heat, until garlic cloves start to brown:

Take kitchen shears and cut the sun-dried tomatoes into pieces right into the pan (so much easier than cutting!) Continue sautéing until the tomatoes warm up and soften a bit:

Add eggs (number of your choice, last night I added 5, so I could have leftovers for breakfast) and scramble until they reach your preferred done-ness:

Top with crumbles of herb goat cheese (I was out of goat cheese, but had some¬†Gorgonzola¬†leftover from a party, so I used that. Normally, I don’t add cows milk):