this is a super easy one-skillet dish that tastes amazing and is a great way to get some veggies into kids. it can be made with ground beef or ground turkey (i generally prefer turkey because it is leaner). you can increase the number of eggs to six if you want but i like it this way. you can also definitely eat this as a brunch item but my family loves it for dinner.
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