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thyme to cook with carey

i am sooo excited to introduce a new monthly feature to the daily do:

some of you may recognize the name - carey is a coworker of mine who has become a fast friend. we go to the gym together, joke around at work together, and see each other some weekends. unlike myself, carey knows how to whip up fun and exciting meals, so i asked if she would create a dish every month to share with my readers!

she and i got together and thought there was no better way to start than with breakfast! earlier than i would have liked on a saturday morning, i made the trek to carey's apartment and she served me a soyrizo scramble!

Soyrizo Scramble – Easy, Delicious breakfast!

Package of Soyrizo (or pork/beef Chorizo if you prefer) – I chose Soyrizo cause it’s a healthier option and taste just as good!
Bell Peppers (Preferred Colors) – I chose yellow and orange because they are my favorite!
Eggs (1 - 2 eggs per person)
Green Onion
Yellow Onion – Small
Hash Browns
Tapatio (or your favorite hot sauce) – omit if you have a mild tongue
Garlic Sea Salt & Pepper

Slice Bell Peppers and Onions lengthwise in thin strips (also know as julienne). Heat pan to medium heat. When you can feel heat coming off of the pan, add a dash of butter. Add bell peppers to butter and season with garlic salt and pepper. Bell peppers will be done when they have softened. When those are done cooking, add a dash more butter and the yellow onions. Onions will be translucent when cooked through. Remove and set aside with bell peppers. Scramble eggs in a bowl and set aside. Cook Chorizo until easily separated and a little golden brown. When chorizo is cooked through add eggs, peppers and onions back to the pan and if you prefer, add Tapatio to taste. Scramble will be done when eggs have cooked through and it no longer looks wet.

Chop green onion and cilantro. Top scramble with a dash of sour cream and garnish with green onion/cilantro.

You can always add potatoes or hash browns to the mixture or a little cheddar cheese for added flavor.

make sure to check the daily do every 3rd thursday of the month for another delicious dish from carey!

until next time..

<3 alaina

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