A delectable and new way to serve scrambled eggs, soft English goat's cheese is added to freshly scrambled eggs along with tomatoes and red peppers. Fresh thyme adds a herbal lift and this becomes an elegant and tasty way to serve eggs for breakfast, brunch or high tea. The finishing touch is an accompaniment of red onion marmalade.
knob of butter
1/4 red pepper (de-seeded and cut into small dice)
half a vine tomato (cut into small pieces)
2 free-range eggs
a little milk to mix
40g Capricorn soft goat's cheese (cut into small pieces)
salt and pepper, to taste
red onion marmalade (to serve)
A delectable and new way to serve scrambled eggs; Capricorn goat's cheese is added to freshly scrambled eggs along with tomatoes and red peppers. Fresh thyme adds a herbal lift and this becomes an elegant and tasty way to serve eggs for breakfast, brunch or high tea. The finishing touch is an accompaniment of red onion marmalade.
Heat the butter in a non-stick saucepan until melted.
Place the pepper and tomatoes into saucepan and cook over a gentle heat for about 5 minutes, or until they are soft, but still retain their shape.
Meanwhile, whisk the eggs with a little milk in a jug, season taste with salt and pepper and add some fresh thyme leaves.
As soon as the tomatoes and peppers are soft, add the egg mixture and with a non-stick spoon or fork, gently mix the egg mixture into the cooked vegetables. Then add the goat's cheese and continue to "scramble" the eggs with the vegetables and cheese, until the eggs have just set and the cheese has melted into the mixture.
Have some hot buttered toast ready and spoon the scrambled eggs onto to the toast, garnish the eggs with a few more fresh thyme leaves and serve immediately with some red onion marmalade on the side.
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