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Butter Lettuce Salad with Egg

Hey yall! How’s your summer going so far? I’ve been loving the longer days eating lighter, healthier foods.

I’m a huge fan of salads in the summertime, but I have to be honest…I get bored with the same old stuff and am always looking for a new twist on the same old lettuce, tomato, and cucumber combination.

If you’re looking for a filling, flavor salad, look no further! I’ve got you covered right here!

Butter Lettuce Salad with Egg

8 ounces sugar snap peas

1 pound green asparagus cut into 1-inch pieces

2 heads of Boston or Bibb lettuce

1 large fried egg

1 bunch snipped fresh chives

Olive oil

Lemon juice

Salt and pepper to taste

Bring pot of water to boil and boil snap peas and asparagus until tender about 2 minutes.

Mix vegetables with lettuce. This is your base. You can cover it and keep it in the fridge.

When ready to eat, top lettuce mix with a fried or hard boiled egg, or even with an omelet and drizzle olive oil and lemon juice on top.

Season with salt and pepper to taste and enjoy!

Take care of yourself, be nice to yourself, and be well. And until next time – veg in, don’t veg out!

Karen

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  1. Pingback: Fried Egg Snap Pea and Sweet Pepper Salad | Recipes for a Healthy You

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