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Thursday, February 2, 2012

Basil Salmon Scrambled Eggs

Last night's dinner of basil salmon burgers was great, but we only made six patties because we knew we wanted to repurpose some of the salmon mixture. In order to enjoy this delicious recipe again next week, we froze most of the mixture but saved just a couple spoon-fulls in the fridge for breakfast this morning.

I cooked it over a medium high heat with a little bit of olive oil; and then I added four eggs, beaten, to the pan. I scrambled it together while it cooked and it smelled amazing! The sweet and salty salmon wafting up from the pan had me drooling in no time.

I packed half the resulting basil salmon scrambled eggs into a container for Brent to take to work, and put the other half in the fridge for me (since I'm working from home today). We drank our homemade carrot juice and off he went to work.

Then, around 11 a.m. I finally felt hungry and so I reheated my portion of the basil salmon scrambled eggs. It was heavenly! The eggs took on all the delicate flavors of the garlic, basil and salmon. The saltiness of the dish was just right, and reminded me of bacon-scrambled eggs (one of my favorites breakfast items). Next time, I think I'll garnish them with some fresh basil.


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