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~broccoli Slaw Tomato Garlic & Chives Egg Skillet Pie~

By Ally @allykitchen

If you’ve got eggs, you’ve got a meal!  This skillet pie made kind of like a frittata or an omelet is full of veggies, melted cheese, and savory flavors!  I love making skillet egg pies because you just throw whatever it is you have into the skillet then cover with the egg mixture.  Put a lid on and a slow steaming takes place making everything cook effortlessly!

I’ll make a skillet egg pie, maybe eat a slice for breakfast, then leave the rest of it on the cutting board parchment paper and through the morning and day, both Ben and I will grab a sliver or a slice.  By mid-day, the board is clean!  This is a great way to have something always available when you have the hungries and need some quick protein.  Now, please excuse me while I eat the last piece!

~broccoli slaw tomato garlic & chives egg skillet pie~

Serves: 2-4

What you need:

4 eggs

1/4 cup milk

1/2 tsp red chili flakes

1 tsp sea salt

1/4 cup roasted garlic cloves (I get mine from the grocery store deli salad bar~~keep these items on hand!)

3 tbl oil (olive oil, canola oil, coconut oil~~your choice)

1 packed cup broccoli slaw (pre-packaged in produce/salad department

2 Roma tomatoes cut into chunks (your desired size)

1/3 cup rough chopped flat parsley & cilantro (50/50 combo)

3 tbl chopped chives

1 1/4 cups shredded sharp cheddar cheese

~broccoli slaw tomato garlic & chives egg skillet pie~

What you do:

In a mixing bowl whisk the eggs, milk, chili flakes and salt, add the garlic and set aside.

In a non-stick skillet (about 7-8″ diameter) put the oil; turn heat to medium.  Add the broccoli slaw and saute/cook for about 3 minutes.  Pour the egg mixture over the broccoli.  Add the tomatoes on top; do the same with the parsley/cilantro, chives and cheese.

Cover with a lid.  Reduce heat to medium low.  Let this cook about 15+ minutes or until the cheese is melted.  Remove and let the ‘pie’ cool then slide it onto a cutting board lined with parchment paper.  Dig in!  You may want to add your favorite toppings~~labneh sauce, cholula, salsa~~whatever!

~broccoli slaw tomato garlic & chives egg skillet pie~

~broccoli slaw tomato garlic & chives egg skillet pie~

©alice d’antoni phillips

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