The first time I read this recipe, I gave it a big pass. Certainly didn’t seem like something I would enjoy snacking on. I gave it a re-visit- and I was glad I did. I was particularly drawn to the fact that Heidi says that she likes to have it on hand- that to me means it stores OK.
The dish comes together easy enough. Especially if you have some hard boiled eggs on hand. I love any dish that I can’t prep fast enough for the cooking. That’s how this was.
Eggs, almonds and spinach make up the bulk of this dish. Harissa gives it a kick.
I made the full recipe and then portioned it out to store in the fridge for easier “snacking” over the next few days.
I threw mine in a pita. Yum. Now- granted- it’s not a BLT- but it IS hearty and I felt like I was being kind to my body by eating it. The Harissa was key- otherwise I would have felt like I was just eating a spinach and egg sandwich… which would have been sad.
As it was- I really enjoyed it! Another surprise. This book never stops pleasantly surprising me.
Recipe can be found here.
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