Poached Egg, Mushrooms, Peppers and Navajo Bread

Knowing what I was going to have for breakfast today, I remove a piece of Navajo flatbread from the freezer http://cookinginsens.wordpress.com/2012/01/19/navajo-venison-stew-and-flatbread/ last night.  The leftover peppers and mushrooms from yesterday http://cookinginsens.wordpress.com/2012/02/06/mushroom-and-pepper-stir-fry/, realizing that it was goodnight but not goodbye, murmured a tired “see you tomorrow” from the refrigerator.

This would be an easy, rustic brunch dish because the peppers, mushrooms and bread can be made ahead, leaving only the eggs and appropriate beverages(Mimosas, Bloody Mary’s) to make when the guests have arrived.

Poached Egg, Mushrooms, Peppers and Navajo Bread

1 egg

Vinegar

1 piece of Navajo flatbread (see recipe)

1/3 cup mushrooms and peppers(see recipe)

Parmesan cheese

Chives

Poach the egg in vinegar water.  Warm the bread and sprinkle with the cheese.  Top the bread with warm mushrooms and peppers and then with the poached egg.  Sprinkle with chives.

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16 Responses to Poached Egg, Mushrooms, Peppers and Navajo Bread

  1. You eat too well. I ought to stop eating everything the night before and save some things for breakfast :D.

  2. This looks like an amazing meal! I would love this for breakfast as well as supper. Great photos!

  3. Michelle says:

    Oh, what a lovely Southwest U.S./Mexican/French by way of England breakfast!

  4. No that´s MY kind of breakfast! And I loved your tip to Frugal…it´s how things seem to work in this house ;)

  5. Jon says:

    Looks delicious!

  6. What you even have bread in your freezer? This looks amazing.

  7. Tessa says:

    I love Navajo flat bread. The last time I had it was when we were on vacation to the Grand Canyon. It was served with beef, beans, cheese, chilies and lettuce. Similar to a tostada. I will be trying your flat bread recipe soon. Sounds wonderful!

  8. looks delicious and I love the creative use of leftovers.

  9. Claire says:

    Yummy! I could eat this for breakfast, lunch or dinner (or in between)!

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