Spinach, Mushrooms, and Onions – Pt 3

The first post last week was about a delicious spinach, onion and mushroom recipe. I used this recipe to make a chicken bowtie pasta. In the second post, I talked about how I used this recipe to make a delicious pizza, in just a few minutes. Believe it or not, I have TWO more uses for that scrumptious blend. The second time I made this recipe (only a week later, I might add) – I also doubled it, then split it in half.

First up is this delicious egg scramble we made for a weekend brunch with the left overs. I intended it to be an omelette, but I am impatient, and just plain awful at making them – omelettes usually turn into a scramble. Same ingredients, same textures, different presentation – still delicious. I added mozzarella cheese, and some breakfast sausage. 
Next up is another bowl of pasta! I think we used linguine – the noodle doesn’t really matter. A friend had forwarded me a delicious looking recipe for a spicy smoked sausage alfredo bake. I purchased the smoked sausage, but forgot the remaining ingredients. We always keep a few jars of different types of pasta sauce on hand in the pantry, so I sliced the sausage and threw it in a pan for a few minutes. I added the spinach,onions, and mushrooms, just for long enough that everything was warm, and then I poured in the Alfredo sauce. It was so delicious, and it may be my husband’s new favorite! 
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