Saturday, 29 April 2006

Traditional English Breakfast

Went to Delifrance for breakfast a few days ago. I order one of their Traditional English Breakfast which cost about $6.50 for Scrambled Eggs or Sunny Side Up + 2 Slices Turkey Ham + 1 Tomato Provencal & Duchess Potato + 1/4 Baguettet and served with coffee/tea.


Since I had almost all the ingredients in my fridge, I decided to try making this for breakfast today. So these are the ingredients for my English Breakfast.....

Ingredients:(serves 2)
4 Pieces Of Breakfast Ham/Turkey Ham
2 Eggs
50ml Fresh Milk
2 Tablespoons Cream
4 Slices White Bread
2 Tomatoes
1 Slices Of Sandwich Cheese

Methods:
1. Heat up a non-stick pan with some olive oil then pan-fry the ham on both side for a few second and dish up.
2. Beat the eggs with fresh milk and cream together with some salt and pepper until well combined.
3. Heat up the pan with some butter and pour in the egg mixture, keep stirring until you get the scrambled egg texture to your preference.
4. Cut of the top off from the 2 tomatoes and top with half slice of cheese each. Sprinkle with some Italian herbs and bake for about 10 minutes.
5. Toast the bread and spread with some butter or jam and place on the plate with the rest of the ingredients and serve with coffee or tea for a hearty breakfast.Posted by Picasa


5 comments:

  1. hi, is this the kind of scrambled eggs that we eat at mcDonald? Wat kind of cream do you use?

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  2. Yup... is it those scrambled eggs that we had in Mac...I used Thicken Cream or Whipped Cream also can....

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  3. Hello Ellena,
    I came across yr website while chkingout Ondeh Ondeh recipe at Baking Mum's website. GREAT JOB, I LOVE YOUR SITE.For now i've 2 Q. 1-at what degree shld i heat the oven to bake the tomatoes for the eng b/fast? 2-can u post yr version of Ondeh Ondeh yr blog? TQ V MUCH
    -SKAUR(myhappyface@gmail.com)

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  4. Halo... Skaur,
    Thanks for visiting my humble blog, hope that you can find some useful tips and recipes here. As for your quest:

    1. I just used the normal mini oven toaster to bake the tomatoes. If you want u can used 180 degree to bake for 10-15 minutes depend on your preference.

    2. You can find the recipe of Ondeh Ondeh under the Asian Cake/Kueh Cat under my Recipe Index.

    HTH :)

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  5. Thanks for posting !
    I'm goin make this breakfast tomorrow! Er not all just the scramble egg!

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