Today, I will explain to you how to regrow green onions. Pay attention. It's very detailed and complicated. Not really. All you have to do is place the bottoms of your green onions into a clean glass of water. Replace the water at least once a week. Give a little bit of sunlight. Leave it alone That is all. Your children will be impressed by this!
Green onions regenerate particularly fast. Celery gives fast results too, but green onions are faster.
I had to use them this morning because they were getting leggy. Some stalks are already starting to fall over, as you can see.
My son used kitchen shears to give them a little trim!
The onions are not even in direct sunlight!
Here is a quick and easy breakfast recipe with a little bit of Tex-Mex Flair.
Vegetable oil or butter
1/3 cup sliced Green Onions
1/2 cup of diced Tomatoes
3 Large Eggs
1/4 cup Heavy Cream (optional)
Salt N Pepper to taste
This is a very loose recipe. It's basically scrambled eggs with sauteed vegetables, so start your pan with a little bit extra fat than you would or start with the regular amount, then add a little more before you add the eggs.
Heat oil or butter in a pan. Saute tomatoes to an almost soft stage, your preference. About a minute or 2 before the tomatoes reach your desired stage, toss in the green onions and saute for about 1 minute longer. The onions don't take long to soften.
While those are sauteing, prepare your eggs. I make my eggs with heavy cream. Crack the eggs in a bowl with heavy cream, salt and pepper. Whisk to incorporate.
When the tomatoes and green onions are soft enough, pour in the egg mixture and scramble your eggs as you normally would. This serves 2.
These eggs are so yellow because they are homestead fresh!
It's fairly simple to follow.
Blame the lack of pictures for not properly planning out a blog post.