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My son works in the kitchen of a retirement community. He had brought home a bunch of steaks and crab cakes that normally would have been thrown out.
So I decided to make steak and eggs. you can find the Pinterest link here.
I sauteed some chopped onion in some butter and added the chopped steak and added the crab cake. I made some scrambled eggs and added some shredded cheese. I just put the onion and steak mixture on top of the scrambled eggs. It was tasty, except that adding the crab cake was a bad idea. It probably would have been tasty with mushrooms. I did put ketchup on this, I have always added ketchup to scrambled eggs.
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How wonderful to have a son whose a chef! It's certainly a great idea to bring home leftovers that would be thrown out otherwise. My hubbly loves adding our leftovers to scramble eggs, too! Sometimes the combinations tastes good - other times, not so much! Leftover steak and eggs is always a winner!ReplyDelete
What a hearty breakfast. My husband would love this one!ReplyDelete
Well I'm impressed that you tried to use these leftovers to save waste! I did think, "um, steak and crab cakes, interesting" but then I thought people have "surf and turf" don't they? Next time just have the crab cakes for tomorrow's lunch maybe! I love ketchup on my scrambled eggs too, it really elevates them doesn't it?ReplyDelete
How lucky you are to have a son who brings home delicious food like that. Great use of the leftovers!ReplyDelete