Saturday, December 20, 2008

Two more "breakfast blahs" beaters.

The first is scrambled eggs and salmon. You'll need two fresh eggs (large or bigger); 1/4 cup of canned salmon (I use Black Top brand pink slamon from Walmart);1/4 cup of fresh, chopped white onion; and 1 teaspoon of chopped cilantro (fresh is best, but dehydrated perfectly OK - it's what I use.) Crack eggs into a mixing bowl. Add onion and cilantro. Whisk eggs 'til they start to fluff. Now, fold in salmon and about 1 tablespoon of salmon "juice." With a fork, break the salmon up a little , but don't make it too fine. Scramble to level of doneness you like in a non-stick frying pan. Serve with buttered grits. The second is also for fish lovers: scrambled eggs and kippered herring. Crack two eggs into a mixing bowl. Whisk until they start to fluff. Now, with a fork, fold in the entire contents - juice and all - of a tin of kippered herring. I use "Crown Prince" brand from Walmart. That's it. Scramble in a non-stick pan and serve with buttered grits.

1 comment:

St Marys Resident said...

Thanks for the recipe...no wonder Wal-Mart stock is up!