- Servings Per Recipe: 4
- Amount Per Serving
- Calories: 235.3
- Total Fat: 10.4 g
- Cholesterol: 157.6 mg
- Sodium: 92.2 mg
- Total Carbs: 9.6 g
- Dietary Fiber: 1.2 g
- Protein: 24.6 g
High protein chicken tater n eggSubmitted by: DRAGONEAGLE
IntroductionRandom thing I made for a heavy dose of protein. Just grabbed some chicken breasts, 2 eggs, and a medium russet potato then tossed them in a skillet. Salt, pepper, and garlic powder to taste. Prep and cook time is just estimated. Random thing I made for a heavy dose of protein. Just grabbed some chicken breasts, 2 eggs, and a medium russet potato then tossed them in a skillet. Salt, pepper, and garlic powder to taste. Prep and cook time is just estimated.
2 medium chicken breasts, no skin
1 medium russet potato
2 tbsp Olive oil (fixed from 4)
(Optional) Salt, pepper, garlic powder
Olive oil in the skillet, kick it on high to med-high heat. Toss in the chicken and cook until you feel it is almost fully cooked, then toss in the potato. A couple minutes should be good, or at least is was for me but I'm no cook.
Toss in the eggs and proceed to cook up the lot of it for a couple minutes, mixing it evenly to ensure the egg is cooked. While the eggs are cooking, add salt, pepper, and garlic powder to taste (or any seasoning you prefer).
I figure it makes about 4 servings with side dishes. I ate the whole thing. :D
Number of Servings: 4
Recipe submitted by SparkPeople user DRAGONEAGLE.
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I've made this before only I also added some onion, bell peppers, garlic - crushed, added some shredded cheese and made buritos. Husband and kids LOVED it!! became a favorite breakfast
Reply from DRAGONEAGLE (5/14/10)
Burrito filling? That's awesome! :D
Excellent!! Even my super-finicky wife loved it! - 5/7/10
Reply from DRAGONEAGLE (5/7/10)
That's great! I might do random recipe day more often. :D
I also highly encourage it. Just making something up as you go along can be really fun if you aren't a trained chef. Get to make guesses how things taste together or combine things you usually wouldn't think to combine.
LOL....Love the sound of this quick and easy recipe :O)
I'm sure i would eat the lot too, adding in different spices would work with this too. Thanks for sharing, i'm no cook either :O) - 5/3/10
Reply from DRAGONEAGLE (5/5/10)
To make matters worse, I highly overestimated the olive oil. It was only a little more than 1 tbsp, 2 tbsp at most. Just enough to give a reasonable layer at the bottom of the skillet when moved around. So in reality the caloric content is almost half what my recipe indicates!