An indulgent Sunday lunch: wild caught smoked salmon in soft scrambled eggs on an onion bagel. The technique that leads to great scrambled eggs is to stop before you think they’re ready. If you finish cooking in the pan, the eggs will overcook during service because the heat keeps carrying on cooking the eggs.
- Smoked salmon is $5.99 or $3.00 a serve
- The onion bagel is 50c a serve
- Our organic eggs are 50c each, and we had two for $1 per serve.
Lunch today cost $4.50 per serve and was really good and is today’s featured image.
The Lemon Chicken Orzo soup had sufficient leftovers that we got another two serves for tonight’s meal, and enough left over for Foodie Greg’s Monday lunch.aop
- Carrots cost 25c or 7c per serve
- Celery, thyme, oil and garlic adds 15c per serve
- Chicken broth cost 40c per serve
- The store-bought rotisserie chicken breast is $2.25 each leg and thigh and we used the other 2/3 of a breast, or $1.50 per serve
- The orzo is $1.42 for a 1 lb box, but only half was used for our four serves, or 18c per serve
- Add in 12 c for the other seasonings, etc.
- Six par baked rustic rolls were $3.29 or 55c per serve
Dinner tonight cost $4.07 per serve!