Tuesday, December 16, 2008

Scrambled Eggs with Salami, Gouda, and Green Onion

You know those meals that you make at 10pm, when you're absolutely starving, yet completely exhausted? Yeah, this was one of those.

No pictures, and I apologize for that. This was something I whipped up after a grueling day, with no thought whatsoever to blogging, only gaining some nourishment before crashing. After eating it, I realized just how delicious it was, and had to share.

Scrambled Eggs with Salami, Gouda, and Green Onion
2 eggs, whisked with a bit of milk
3 slices salami, chopped
1 green onion, chopped
some Gouda, sliced from a wedge, chopped
salt & pepper

Mix the Gouda into the eggs/milk. Heat a non-stick skillet over medium-low heat. Add butter, and swirl to melt. Sizzle the salami and green onion in the skillet for a bit, then pour in the eggs & cheese. Cook slowly, stirring and flipping, not letting the eggs get too hard before turning. This will probably involve removing the pan from the heat a few times. When the eggs are almost done to your liking, season with salt and pepper, and stir/flip to incorporate.

Serve with Triscuits and Tapatio. (If there was bread in the house, it would've been a sandwich, but all I had was crackers.)


Kitt said...

Yum! Scrambled eggs with just about anything thrown in is such an easy and satisfying meal.

Vicki said...

Hi Kitt - If you can't throw it into eggs, or top it with a fried egg, I won't eat it. Dessert excepted of course. ;-)

Darius T. Williams said...

You know what - sometimes these are the best meals! I bet this was delish!

Vicki said...

Hi Darius - It was amazing. Want to hear about the meatloaf w/cheese and fried egg on sourdough I had tonight? Mmm...

Lore said...

I always make scrambled eggs when in a hurry. Love your version, sounds really yummy!

Vicki said...

Hi Lore -
Thanks for visiting, and thanks for the compliment!