I almost didn’t write this post, but I figured it was a good example of how leftovers can work out. I really have Bestie to thank for this meal. Her concern regarding my lack of food meant she was doing the most when she was here about a month ago. After our dinner at Do Hwa, we came home with most of our sides. The next morning, she whipped up a magnificent omelette with some fresh veggies from Ithaca and some of our leftovers.
6 egg whites
¼ cup Kimchi
4 big leaves of Swiss Chard
¼ broccoli or any other vegetable you have
Mix the egg whites in a bowl, add the vegetables. Heat a skillet to medium heat and add non-stick cooking spray. Pour the eggs in there and turn to low heat. This is a slow cook process because the vegetables are raw. You want them to still maintain some crispness when you’re done but don’t want them to be completely raw. After about 5 minutes, the eggs should solidify around the vegetables and the cooking process is over! Now cut in half and share with your best friend :)
We ate it with a slice of toast and it was way more delicious than I anticipated. The kimchi added a nice spicy bite. Just goes to show you, sometimes you best bet is to dig in your fridge and make something out of whatever is there.