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*Protein Skillet

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*Protein Skillet
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Makes: 3 servings adjust
EGGS. LOVE THEM! Generally, everyone has them on hand, and they are so versatile. This past week, I had a hodge-podge of items in my fridge. Not enough for a meal, but great things I didn't want to throw away!... WHY would I call this my "Protein Skillet?" Here are the reasons: 1 Egg has 7 grams of protein (we used 6, which would equal 42grams of protein) 1/4 cup of Edamame has 14 grams of protein (we used 3/4 cup, which would equal 42 grams of protein) 1 Turkey Sausage Kielbassa has 9 grams of protein (we used 4 sausages, which would equal 36 grams of protein) 1 cup Sugar Snap Peas has 4.5 grams of protein. That's a grand total of 124.5 grams of protein! Divided by my family of five, it comes to an average of over 24 grams of protein per serving!! I know my husband probably got more protein...due to him having seconds ; )



  • 4 Turkey Sausages, not hot dogs, (I used leftovers from BBQ)

Step 1

First, I started cooking the sausage. After the sausage was done cooking, I chopped it into bite sized chunks, and put that into the skillet.


  • 1 cup Sugar Snap Peas, cooked
  • 1 cup Red Potato, chopped
  • 1 cup Bell Pepper, mixed Red and Green, sliced and sauteed
  • 34 cup Shelled Soybeans (Edamame)

Step 2

While the sausage was cooking, I put all other ingredients, sans the cheese, into a skillet. I slowly re-heated the items, and seasoned to taste.


  • 6 Eggs

Step 3

I then got 6 eggs out of the fridge. Scrambled and cooked them over medium heat in a separate pan. I added them to the skillet dish as soon as they were gently, not overtly cooked.


  • Shredded Cheese

Step 4

I topped the dish with shredded cheese, and let it melt over the skillet. I served it with hot sauce for those who wanted a little “kick” to it.

Step 5

Try adding other random things to your eggs…Black and red beans…broccoli…spinach…leftover chili…leftover stir fry…fresh tomatoes…The list could go on and on. More than likely, you have something in your fridge that would be a great accent to the simple egg! Skillets are easy, take no time, and you can add fresh fruit or whole grain bread as a side dish.
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