Diary of a Bridesmaid's Diet - Wet Scrambled Eggs with Kim Chee

Thursday, February 4, 2010

Scramble eggs and kim chee

I'm trying to reduce my meat intake, which is very hard because I'm a full fledge carnivore. I would choose a juicy grilled Porterhouse over a piece of chocolate cake any time. I'm eating eggs and tofu as a supplement for protein. I have a large

jar of kim chee in my refrigerator - you know, in case of emergencies.



There isn't a wrecked dish kim chee can't rescue back to life - Ramen, chicken, pork, chip dip, burger, hot dog, burrito, eggroll, the list goes on...



Scramble eggs and kim chee
Don't you love the steam coming off the dish


Quick Wet Egg Scramble

2 egg whites
1 egg
handful of chopped scallions
sprinkle of white pepper, kosher salt
a few drops of water to make the eggs fluffy

  • Spray a non-stick pan with olive oil (I buy a spray bottle and fill it with olive oil, better than PAM in my opinion)
  • I like to heat my pan really hot and then drop the egg mixture
  • Turn off the heat
  • Stirring vigorously with spatula

    Top with your favorite brand or homemade Kim Chee
    I believe it makes the fluffiest scramble eggs

    The dish takes off the edge for my steak cravings, kind of.

    Egg Whites, raw, lrg - 16 Calories each
    Eggs, lrg - 78 Calories each
    Relish, Kim Chee - 60 Calories/cup
    Calories via LoseIt app


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5 comments:

Lolia S said...

I do love kim chee, having them w/ eggs sounds really good!

bananas. said...

i would never be a bridesmaid ever again. worst experience of my life.

you're a better person than me ;)

great recipe. love me some protein eggs!!!

Erika said...

So I've never so much as heard of Kim Chee, let alone tasted it. Though you've quite piqued my interest!! :)

Iva said...

you are such a nice bridesmaid! Kim Chee is awesome, although, I have never had it on scrambled eggs. I am actually not a huge fan of eggs, but I do eat them at times. I love steak too ;) Those eggs look pretty fabulous though, and protein rocks! Happy Friday and I hope you have a great weekend!

foodhoe said...

you are a genius! I have never thought to put kimchee on eggs, but I love them with salsa, this sounds so good.

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