Sunday, 14 March 2010

Polish scrambled eggs

Despite having dilemas about what to eat for breakfast during the week, I never have any problem choosing what to have for a weekend breakfast, when I have time to go to the shops for supplies and mess around in the kitchen. This is one of my weekend favourites. My ex boyfriend used to make fantastic scrambled eggs, so when we broke up, I had to find my own version that was just as good. My Polish scrambled eggs are very different to the ones he used to make, and are a return to my childhood in Poland

Of course really there are many types of scrambled eggs in Poland. Another type would include dry Polish sausage, which is also delicious, but I this is the best in my eyes. If you are not a fan of huge quantities of onion in a dish, then you may disagree with me on this ;o)


Ingredients (for 2 people)

6 eggs
Butter
Onion
Splash of milk
Salt and pepper




Fry the chopped onion in the butter until caramelised. This takes about half an hour. Then season it really well. In a bowl, beat together the eggs and splash of milk. Finally add the egg mixture to the onion, and stir constantly on a low heat. I like the scrambled eggs quite runny, so I cook it for approximately five minutes. We eat this with warm buttered baguette

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