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Old Fri, Feb-08-19, 15:48
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Default Salmon Scrambled Eggs

https://www.bettycrocker.com/recipe...c0-021152e95d21

According to the recipe it's 3g carb per serving. I subbed cream for the milk (had I thought of it I would have used sour cream) & my count was 2.9g. Pretty low for a lovely & filling dish! We had a small salad with it & it was just enough.

The only other changes I made was doubling the dill (I'm fond of dill) and using sharp Cheddar instead of Swiss or Jarlsberg as that is all I have on hand. I had tried making this about 6 months ago but used pink salmon instead of red & regular onions instead of green. Not very good. So keep the red salmon & green onions - they are essential! Not to mention - tasty.

Oh - another note - I had a larger can of salmon so drained it & divvied it up. It came out to 5 ounces of salmon for the recipe. And don't bother removing the skin & bones - that's a hassle & makes no difference. Even my fish-bone hating husband didn't notice the bones.
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Old Fri, Feb-08-19, 16:19
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That looks really good!
Yummy!

I'll post the picture from the link
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Old Fri, Feb-08-19, 17:43
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OMG!!

Break fast -- lunch ---- OR dinner!!!

The bones are a great source of minerals for our bones-- nice your DH liked the dish as you served it-- with bones. lol
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Old Fri, Feb-08-19, 18:38
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This was our lunch. One of the benefits of being retired (or unemployed, depending on how you look at it) is we aren't tied to an employer's schedule. We both like fixing our own breakfasts (he gets up earlier than I do) & "supper" is more of a snack than a meal. So a good-sized lunch around 1ish works out well for us.

I like to cook, but cooking 3 full meals for 2 people is a bit much.
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