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Tomato Salmon Scramble


Anytime Meal (AT)

Preparation Time - 5min

Cooking Time- 10min



If you find yourself getting a bit bored with your breakfast omelets, try this scramble on for size. It lends the unique flavors of omega-3 - rich salmon, micronutrient - rich spinach, and Italian parsley, making for an exciting and health- promoting breakfast creation.



  • Salmon (140 g) 5 oz

  • Olive Oil Cooking Spray

  • Fresh Spinach 2 cups

  • Small Tomatoes (rough chopped) 2

  • Mushrooms (rough chopped) 2

  • Egg Whites ( 6 large) 1 cup

  • Whole omega-3 eggs 2

  • Salt ¼ tsp

  • Pepper 1 pinch

  • Italian Parsley (rough chopped) 1 tbsp



INSTRUCTIONS

  • Sautè salmon. Remove skin if necessary, cut into 1 inch cubes and set aside. Preheat a non sticking frying pan on medium heat and lightly coat with spray . Add the spinach and sautè for 30 seconds. Add the tomatoes and mushrooms and sautè for 3-4 minutes more. Remove from heat and set mixture aside. Whisk egg whites, eggs, salt and pepper together in a mixing bowl. Return the empty frying pan to medium heat. Lightly coat with spray and pour egg egg mixture into the pan. Stir constantly to break up the egg. Once all the egg is cooked, add the sautèed salmon, parsley and vegetable mixture and breakfast is ready to enjoy. Serves 1 large or 2 small.


Hi sis! Just want to share with you my home made tomato salmon scramble and it's very healthy for women with PCOS. Tomatoes are a rich source of lycopene which is a carotene that has powerful anti-oxidant properties that helps combat PCOS. People who suffer from PCOS have often been found to have low levels of vitamin D. Salmon is rich in vitamin D, which can positively affect insulin sensitivity, the ability to conceive, reduce testosterone levels, and improve your mood. Enjoy sis! Love, Coach Barbie Be sure to get a copy of your Recipe Book and PN Guide!









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