Farmers Market Favorite | Cheesy Duck Egg Scramble with Sausage & Vegetables

Twice a month I have the good fortune to work as Market Chef for the Texas Farmers' Markets, creating and preparing dishes from among the best the market has to offer. In January, hearty meals warm the heart and soul, and this satisfying one-dish meal can be enjoyed for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Below, find the recipe highlighting vendors Belle Vie Farm & KitchenBrazos Valley Cheese, Kitchen Pride Mushrooms, and Johnson's Backyard Garden.

Cheesy Duck Egg Scramble with Duck Pan Sausage and Vegetables
Serves 4

1 package Belle Vie Farm duck pan sausage
2 bunches JBG Organic scallions, sliced thinly
1 +/- tablespoon grapeseed oil
1 cup Kitchen Pride button mushrooms, sliced
2 bunches JBG Organic spinach, stems removed and chopped
6 Belle Vie Farm duck eggs, beaten
1 cup Brazos Valley Cheese Montasio cheese, grated
Salt and pepper to taste

Brown pan sausage over medium heat. Remove and reserve. Saute scallions in remaining fat. Remove and reserve. Add about 1 tablespoon grapeseed oil as necessary to saute mushrooms, stirring, about 3 minutes. Add spinach to pan, stirring to combine and adjusting with the addition of grapeseed oil as necessary to prevent sticking.

Return sausage and onions to mushroom and spinach mixture. Pour eggs over all. Allow eggs to set around the edges, then gently fold the mixture to expose uncooked egg to heat. Cover the surface with cheese, and cover pan until cheese is melted. Correct seasonings. Serve warm.

If you're lucky enough to find yourself in the Austin area, please visit the markets for some of my favorite vendor products, above. Outside of the area? Substitute your favorites for the name-brands mentioned.

Disclosure: All food donated by vendors free of charge for chef demos. I am a Market Chef for Texas Farmers' Markets.

Coming up this weekend, stop by the markets where I'll be preparing top-of-the-season greens in healthy and delicious ways at TFM Lakeline and TFM Mueller. Visit the links for details. I'd love to see you there!


  1. I have to avoid eggs for a while but I'm drooling over this! Storing this away for when eggs return to my diet!


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