9. Goat’s cheese, pear & walnut tartines 7 ratings 4.7 out of 5 star rating Top toasted sourdough with goat's cheese, honey-roasted pears and walnuts to make these tasty tartines. So I might as well share some of the love and show you some things I eat on Lunch often gets overlooked. Okay, what you really need – butter, eggs, goat cheese, and maybe some green onions / scallions. Crumble the goat’s cheese by hand and sprinkle over each pot. So, here we are. 8. Spinach, Goat Cheese, and Smashed Egg on Toast came about out of necessity. The other day, I was looking through my fridge and I saw a whole bunch of things and I said, alright, I’m going to make a scrambled eggs with goat cheese. Bake the pots in the oven for approximately 12 minutes until the egg is cooked. 7. I mean I always eat something for lunch but whatever it is that gets thrown together is usually just out of necessity than anything else. Add 2 tbsp Taze Peynir cream cheese. Make a well in the centre of the filling, and break the raw egg into it. What do you need for this recipe? Then I decided to just throw it on toast. Firstly add the spinach, then add several tomato chunks to each pot.

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