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Can I just pretend this week is over and starting all over again on Monday? This was not my best week for blogging. In fact, I’m hoping that no one new came over this week and was so turned off by what I’ve posted that they don’t come back. Let’s just recap:

Monday – Spicy Chicken Over Rice: At least it looked good. It wasn’t horrible, but definitely not a winner.
Tuesday – Chocolate Zucchini Muffins: The only redeeming recipe this week. Muffins + chocolate = delicious, so I couldn’t really go wrong there.
Wednesday – My Cafe Zupas post about buying in bulk: This one doesn’t really count because there was no recipe involved. You can’t mess up a recipe if you don’t have one to start with!
Thursday – Well, I just didn’t post at all this day. It’s pretty rare for me to skip a day posting, so this shows just how bad this week was!
Friday – Meat Loaf with Jerk – the worst meat loaf I’ve had in my life. I even tried the leftovers as a meatloaf sandwich – still didn’t work. Those leftovers are going in the trash. So sad.

And then there is today’s recipe. After all of that, you are going to think that this one turned out bad, too – aren’t you? But it didn’t. It was actually a very good recipe. But leave it to me to screw something up. If you read the recipe below, you will see that it calls for puff pastry. If you look in my picture above, you might notice mine are not made with puff pastry. I really thought I had some in my freezer, so I left it off the grocery list. When I went to the freezer, though, all I could find was Filo Dough. Ummm, not the same thing, but maybe it will work? It worked ok, but I know that puff pastry is the ingredient that would have turned these from pretty good into really good. At least they still tasted good. And dinner was something a little more than pb&j. But next time, I’ll make sure I have the right ingredients on hand!

Scrambled Egg Turnovers
from Every Day with Rachael Ray September 2010

serves 4

prep time: 15 minutes
bake time: 25 minutes

1 small zucchini, shredded
salt and pepper
6 eggs
1/4 teaspoon dried oregano
2 tablespoons unsalted butter
2 sheets frozen puff pastry, thawed and halved lengthwise
1 1/2 cups shredded cheddar cheese
Four 3/4-inch thick tomato slices

Preheat the oven to 425F.

Place the zucchini in a strainer and season with salt. Let it stand for 5 minutes. Squeeze with a paper towel to dry.

In a medium bowl, beat together 5 of the eggs with the oregano and 1/2 teaspoon salt and 1/2 teaspoon pepper. In a small bowl, beat the remaining egg with 1 tablespoon of water.

In a large nonstick skillet, melt the butter. Pour in the egg and oregano mixture and scramble for 1 minute; transfer to a plate.

On a work surface, brush the edges of the puff pastry with the egg wash. Working with one piece at a time, arrange one-quarter each of the zucchini, cheese, eggs and 1 tomato slice. Fold over the pastry and press the edges to seal. Transfer to a parchment lined baking sheet and brush the top with more egg wash. Repeat with the remaining ingredients to make 3 more pastries.

Bake until the pastries are puffed and golden-brown, about 20 to 25 minutes.

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13 Responses to Saturdays with Rachael Ray – Scrambled Egg Turnovers

  1. newlywed says:

    If it makes you feel better, I made some brownies last night that looked more like molten chocolate cakes. Who messes up brownies!?!?
    Love your RR series! With any luck, I'll have a recipe to link up next week!

  2. The Meal Planner says:

    Aww sorry for the week of duds. It happens to the best of us. I giggled a bit when I saw that you didn't post one day this week and you were kinda choked about it….I haven't posted in over 2 months! That's summer for ya. Hopefully I'll be back at it this week…maybe?

  3. Monet says:

    This has happened to me before…but I'm glad that the week ended with a success! I love making pastries (as you might know) and I love anything with eggs, so this would be perfect for my palette!

  4. heather says:

    oh ive had weeks like this too…you are not alone!

  5. scrambledhenfruit says:

    So sorry you've had a wacky week- everybody has them! (It's good to know I'm not the only one!) These turnovers look really good even with the filo dough. Thanks!

  6. Valerie says:

    So glad you posted these even though you weren't completely happy with them. I wish I had all the ingredients so I could make them! I love how the napkins the plate is on mimics the color of the turnovers (minus the green).

  7. teresa says:

    what a fun idea! this looks wonderful, great for any meal.

  8. grace says:

    although i like phyllo dough, there's no denying that puff pastry is better for almost every application. great recipe idea though!

  9. Liz says:

    I am hoping my week is better next week too! Isn't amazing how you can be so together one week and not the next? Puff pastry with eggs…yum!

  10. Abby says:

    I try to keep frozen breakfast burritos on hand for Brad – eggs, spinach, cheese and hot sauce -but this would be a nice change for him!

  11. kat says:

    Ah, we all have those weeks

  12. The Comfort of Cooking says:

    Well, at least it LOOKS really delicious! Sorry about the week of wasted ingredients, Deb, but like I said before, we just have to keep trying and making messes in our kitchens! ;)

  13. eatme_delicious says:

    The filo dough looks like it was yummy too! I love the idea of scrambled egg turnovers.

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