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Farmer's Breakfast

BauernfrühstückFrom a culinary perspective, winter is the season of cabbage and turnips. Last year we discovered that rutabagas are a great low-carb ingredient, which gave my wife the idea of making rutabaga fries. I had some doubts about this since our attempt at making beet chips failed spectacularly. Frying just doesn't work that well with root vegetables. We compromised and decided to try making a farmer's breakfast. With a hearty base of onions and bacon, we were able to recreate the taste of fried potatoes, and the eggs protected our rutabagas from getting tough while cooking. Overall, it's a simple and hearty meal that tastes just as great as the original.

Farmer's Breakfast (serves at least 4)

1large rutabaga (approx. 3 lbs.)
200 g (8 oz)bacon
6eggs
200 ml (1 cup)cream
2onions
200 g (8 oz)mushrooms
1/2 dspsalt

Pepper, chili, garlic if desired

Peel the rutabaga and cut into pieces about the same size as you would slice a potato. Boil pieces in saltwater for 20 minutes and drain well.

Cut the bacon into small pieces and fry in plenty of oil. Then add finely-chopped onions and (if desired) garlic. When these begin to brown, add sliced mushrooms. In the meantime, mix the 4 eggs with the cream and add salt, pepper, and chili powder. Then combine the rutabagas with the eggs and continue to fry, stirring, until the eggs have set.

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This quick recipe goes very well with cornsalad!

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