Goat Cheese $3.49
Total = $14.06 (However, I didn't end up using all the ingredients and there was still left overs!)
I chopped the potato, beet, and 1/2 onion into bite sized chunks, coated in olive oil/thyme/dill, and roasted at 400 degrees. While the roots were in the oven, I tossed some onions and chopped cauliflower in a saute pan (as well as some frozen peas I found in the freezer because I thought they would look and taste great with the dish!) to soften the cauliflower and give it an enhanced flavor.
Once all my veggies were ready I tossed them all together in a saute pan to crisp them up a bit. My boyfriend helped me poach some eggs-a reoccurring struggle- and we plated the dish with a side of goat cheese and dill spread on toast.
Okay, so I added a few at home ingredients. But we can pretend my 1/2 cup of peas and 2 slices of bread were a part of the unused egg cost, deal? This dish was wonderful! Not only was it colorful and delicious- but exactly what I had wanted for a late Sunday brunch.