Harissa-Honey Carrot Spirals
“All happiness depends on a leisurely breakfast.” ~John Gunther
These carrot spirals are great to have on hand to create something a little different for breakfast. I get them from the frozen section at Trader Joes and compared to the frozen zucchini noodles (way too watery when cooked), they are definitely a product I will buy again and again. They hold their texture and don’t give off excess moisture, and if you are a carrot lover like me, they taste great! I added a simple sauce combination of harissa (also from tjs) and honey that pairs perfectly with the carrots, and is completely customizable to the level of spice you desire.
Follow directions on box for carrot spirals (basically remove from freezer, empty package into hot skillet and cook until heated through). While those were cooking I grabbed the harissa and honey, and mixed together about a 1T to almost 1T ratio (this will all depend on your spice preference). Once the carrot spirals were heated through, I added the harissa and honey mixture and stirred though. Then I made a little well, added a small spoonful of ghee and cracked in an egg, covered the skillet and cooked until done. This was a full meal for me, but more eggs can be added to stretch this dish. A simple, delicious dish that would work for breakfast, lunch or dinner in 10 minutes.