« backQuick breakfast or simple gourmet dinner version of bacon and eggs

Crispy bits of salami, golden breadcrumbs and nutty toasted Parmesan cheese all come together to form a one-minute crust on a beautiful fried egg. This recipe is from the egg chapter in my cookbook. Enjoy!

1 tsp. olive oil

2 Large Eggs

2 TB bread crumbs

2 TB Parmesan cheese

2 TB Chopped salami

Heat the oil in a non-stick skillet over medium-high heat.

Crack the eggs into the pan. Sprinkle the eggs with the breadcrumbs, chz and salami.

Cook the egg just until the white starts to set. Flip the eggs over and cook 30 seconds or to desired doneness. Flip back over and serve golden crust side up on a plate.

Dinner version:

Cook a casserole dish of pork chops to 90% done. Crack an egg on top of each chop. Sprinkle the above breadcrumb mixture all over the eggs. Place back in oven for 5 minutes or until eggs are cooked to desired doneness. Remove from oven and sprinkle with arugula. Serve with a squeeze of lemon. Enjoy!

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Eat well, Enjoy life, Be happy!

2 Responses to “Quick breakfast or simple gourmet dinner version of bacon and eggs”

  1. Chase Lane says:

    Hi Jeffrey,
    That will be a hit with the Civil War Veterans Sons group I belong to. We have a few members with Scottish Ancestry, and some of us just like Scot Stuff. One of our meeting places served Scotch Eggs, yet some were afraid to try it. I think this will be a good way to show them what’s what with it.
    Made it down the short steps to my back yard for the first time in a couple years. I have to back my way down and crawl my way up, but as I get stronger it should be easier. Funny that when I tried before, my knees were too clunky. Then I remembered my beloved grandma who used to back her way down the steps, and did so with no trouble for years. That was what worked. You never know who is watching from above… in a good way.
    Cheers and blessings to you, Nadia, and family.
    Chase

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