Zucchini noodles with Harissa, yellow pepper, tomatoes & an egg!

Zucchini noodles with Harissa, yellow pepper, tomatoes & an egg!

Zucchini noodles with Harissa, yellow pepper, tomatoes & an egg!

It felt like an ‘egg for lunch’ kind of day today! Zucchini noodles with Harissa, yellow pepper & tomatoes!

6oz zucchini noodles (made with my Paderno spiralizer, love it!)
1 large egg
1tbsp Mina spicy harissa
1.5oz chopped yellow pepper
6 cherry tomatoes – halved
1tsp Paleo Butter
1tsp diced yellow onion
1/4tsp minced garlic
Salt/Pepper
Flat leaf parsley – chopped

Place 1tsp of Paleo Butter in a small skillet over medium-low/medium heat. Once the butter is hot, add in garlic and yellow onion. Cook for about 30-60 seconds and then add in the harissa, cherry tomatoes & yellow pepper. Continue to cook for another minute or so and then add the zucchini noodles into the pan, lightly season with salt & pepper. Stir the noodles until fully coated in the sauce. Make a ‘nest’ in the noodles and then crack the egg into it. Cover and cook until the egg white is fully set, roughly 5-6 minutes. Top with fresh ground pepper & chopped parsley.

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Honey & Harissa Baked Salmon with Brussel Sprouts!

Honey & Harissa Baked Salmon with Brussel Sprouts!

Honey & Harissa Baked Salmon with Brussel Sprouts!

Ingredients:

Salmon:
5oz raw salmon fillet
1tbsp of honey
1tsp of mild or spicy Mina Harissa
1/8tsp olive oil
Salt/pepper

Brussel Sprouts:
5oz Brussel sprouts
1/2tsp olive oil
Salt/pepper

Preheat oven to 400 degrees. Place the brussel sprouts in a small bowl with 1/2tsp of olive oil and stir until well coated. Next lightly season them with salt & pepper. Mix together the honey & harissa in another small bowl – reserve a small amount of the honey sauce to use when serving salmon. Season salmon with a little salt/pepper and 1/8tsp of olive oil. Using a pastry brush, lightly coat the salmon with some of the honey sauce and bake with the brussel sprouts on a foiled like baking sheet for 15 minutes, basting the salmon with more sauce every 5 minutes. Use the reserved amount of glaze to top salmon with once it has been plated.

Harissa baked egg in an avocado with toast – ready in 20 minutes from start to finish!

Harissa baked egg in an avocado with toast - ready in 20 minutes from start to finish!

Harissa baked egg in an avocado with toast – ready in 20 minutes from start to finish!

1/2 a large avocado

1 whole egg

1tsp Mina Harissa (any flavor)

Mina Harissa can be purchased in 3 different flavors online here: http://www.farmtopeople.com/collections/mina-harissa I found mine at my local AJ’s Fine Foods.

 

Preheat oven to 425 degrees. Halve an avocado and use the side without the seed (wrap up the seed side with plastic wrap for later use). Place avocado in a small baking dish/ramekin to prevent it from falling over while cooking. Depending on how big your avocado is you may need to use a spoon to hollow out some more of the avocado to make room for the egg. Once the hole is big enough smear the inside of the avocado with 1tsp of Harissa and crack an egg into the hole. Top with some fresh ground pepper and bake for 15 minutes or until egg white is set. Toast bread right before egg is finished cooking!