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1 large egg 1 large egg white Olive oil spray 4 Brussels sprouts, thinly sliced 1 ounce (28g) smoked salmon, crumbled 6 grape tomatoes, halved 2 tablespoons fresh parsley, chopped. Heat the oil in a small saucepan over a medium-low temperature. Season the eggs with black pepper and stir in the salmon. Pour into the saucepan.

Cook very gently for 3–4 minutes, stirring slowl. Add the smoked salmon and continue to cook, scrambling the eggs and salmon until the eggs are just set and cooked through but still moist and soft. Sprinkle with chives and serve in the pan. Preheat a large nonstick skillet over medium heat.

Melt butter in the pan and add eggs. Scramble eggs with a wooden spoon. Do not cook eggs until dry. When eggs have come together but remain wet, stir in chopped salmon.

Remove pan from the stove and place on a trivet. Garnish the eggs with remaining salmon. This sandwich will raise your standard breakfast sandwich routine to the height of elegance.

These eggs also look — and taste — sophisticated, cloaked in pink slices of smoked salmon. Method. Beat together the eggs and chives in a bowl with some freshly ground black pepper.

Melt 40g butter in a small, non-stick pan over a medium-low heat. When hot, add the eggs and gently cook, stirring occasionally, for 3 minutes or until softly scrambled. Ingredients. 2 slices sourdough or crusty white bread.

30 g butter, plus a little extra for spreading. 6 large free-range eggs. 1 lemon.

4 slices smoked salmon, from. Preheat the Grilla, Silverbac, or Kong to 400 degrees. As your Grilla Grill heats up, wash off brussels sprouts with water and cut off the base of each sprout.

Once the base is removed, cut a small X into the bottom core and throw the cleaned brussels sprouts. Pour the bacon grease over the top of the brussel sprouts and toss them around in it to coat well. Mix a teaspoon of kosher salt and a teaspoon of coarse ground black pepper to make a quick salt/pepper rub. Sprinkle all of this over a pound of brussel sprouts. Cook brussels sprouts and beans in simmering salted water for three minutes.

Add peas and simmer for two minutes, then drain well and strew over four warm dinner plates.

List of related literature:

If you don’t have a friend to help you wrap the eggs in smoked salmon before they get cold, simply drape the salmon over the eggs.

“The Gourmet Cookbook: More Than 1000 Recipes” by Ruth Reichl, John Willoughby, Zanne Early Stewart
from The Gourmet Cookbook: More Than 1000 Recipes
by Ruth Reichl, John Willoughby, Zanne Early Stewart
Houghton Mifflin, 2006

Transfer the egg to the top of the avocado and smoked salmon.

“Absolutely Avocados: 80 Amazing Avocado Recipes for Every Meal of the Day” by Gaby Dalkin
from Absolutely Avocados: 80 Amazing Avocado Recipes for Every Meal of the Day
by Gaby Dalkin
HMH Books, 2013

Scrambled Eggs with Cream Cheese and Salmon Prepare as directed but sprinkle 4 ounces smoked salmon, chopped (3/4 cup), over eggs with cream cheese.

“The Good Housekeeping Cookbook” by Susan Westmoreland
from The Good Housekeeping Cookbook
by Susan Westmoreland
Hearst Books, 2004

When the eggs are about 30 percent set, sprinkle with the Brussels sprouts leaves, top with the Gruyère, and transfer to the oven for 8 to 10 minutes, until the frittata is cooked through and browned on top.

“Huckleberry: Stories, Secrets, and Recipes From Our Kitchen” by Zoe Nathan, Laurel Almerinda, Josh Loeb, Matt Armendariz
from Huckleberry: Stories, Secrets, and Recipes From Our Kitchen
by Zoe Nathan, Laurel Almerinda, et. al.
Chronicle Books LLC, 2014

3rd row: Cover eggs with pieces of smoked Baltic sprats or sardines, top each with a tiny dollop of mayonnaise and insert tiny lemon wedge into it; on 1 side of fish slice place a few shavings of freshly grated horseradish, on the other 1/2 a thin radish slice.

“Polish Heritage Cookery” by Robert Strybel, Maria Strybel
from Polish Heritage Cookery
by Robert Strybel, Maria Strybel
Hippocrene Books, 2005

Add the flaked pieces of smoked fish, cheese, and onion on one half of the egg mixture.

“Dadgum That's Good” by McLemore, John
from Dadgum That’s Good
by McLemore, John
Oxmoor House, 2017

Stir the egg yolks into the mixture, then fold in the smoked fish.

“The River Cottage Fish Book” by Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall, Nick Fisher, Simon Wheeler
from The River Cottage Fish Book
by Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall, Nick Fisher, Simon Wheeler
Bloomsbury, 2007

Then arrange them on a large dish, with 125 g (4 oz) of smoked salmon cut into strips in the centre.

“Jane Grigson's Vegetable Book” by Jane Grigson, Yvonne Skargon
from Jane Grigson’s Vegetable Book
by Jane Grigson, Yvonne Skargon
UNP Bison Books, 2007

They were cooked in open fires or steaming pits, then peeled and eaten, usually with Grease or dried salmon eggs.

“Food Plants of Coastal First Peoples” by Nancy J. Turner, Professor of Environmental Studies Nancy J Turner
from Food Plants of Coastal First Peoples
by Nancy J. Turner, Professor of Environmental Studies Nancy J Turner
UBC Press, 1995

Some Nlaka’pamux people used the juice to marinate salmon overnight before it was barbecued, and they cooked the dried berries with salmon-head soup or salmon-egg “cheese” (Turner et al., 1990).

“Traditional Plant Foods of Canadian Indigenous Peoples: Nutrition, Botany, and Use” by Harriet V. Kuhnlein, Nancy J. Turner, Professor of Environmental Studies Nancy J Turner
from Traditional Plant Foods of Canadian Indigenous Peoples: Nutrition, Botany, and Use
by Harriet V. Kuhnlein, Nancy J. Turner, Professor of Environmental Studies Nancy J Turner
Gordon and Breach, 1991

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  • Fantastic. Wanted to cook this for my wife’s birthday breakfast. I’m a real beginner and I’m sure I can follow the directions. Your a hero! ❤️

  • Excellent vid mate! Can’t believe you don’t have more of a following. You need to get these more views and don’t give up on the merchandisereally think it’d be a good way to get you more views. Loved the recipe by the way. I’ve always been a huge fan of salmon. And I think the textures of the scrambled egg and salmon really play off each other with such vigour. Bril mate, off to go cook this and have a cold pint to help me sleep. Nice one.

  • Your bloody brilliant mate you should have your own tv show! Not sure about the organic salmon though, us average youtubers couldn’t afford that. Do you reply to comments and give tips?

  • @722Lena
    You can’t beat a tasty breakfast.
    Glad you liked and one day I will defiantly reveal myself to you all:))
    OriginalNakedChef

  • @G0DzSC0PE scrambled egg in the microwave is not good, scrambled egg is supposed to be soft not hard and no milk is good for diet:D

  • remembers the day when blackberry and apple were just fruit. Hi Do you intend to laugh so very hard? Then search this on google “makemelaugh8282” or “make me laugh 8282”

  • @OriginalNakedChef But that other dude said that I must of been grown up in a dumb family if I made scramled egg in microwave. But that’s how alot of people do them from far as I know.

  • Davide…7 hats!… loved how Gordon held it together as Davide added salt! Well done Davide on the salmon flakes! (we saw you sneak a few bits too!) ��

  • @onethreemafia
    If your hungry, hopefully that means it’s a job well done!
    Thanks for the sub and drop in again soon:)
    OriginalNakedChef

  • Another Great video Bart….This looks like something I can make…Going to the store and get some Smoke Salmon….. Thanks for making your video’s….��������……

  • Awww chef I loved how u mentioned u wouldn’t make the scratchy noise with the pan!! Thank you for remembering from last video! Making this on weekend for the family! Xxx

  • @eggnogonthebog
    Glad you like it and good to hear from so often.
    Hopefully when you do try it, your love it.
    Have a good weekend OriginalNakedChef:))

  • I make this same recipe quite often Bart. The one thing I also add along with the eggs and butter is a teaspoon of Dijon mustard. It mellows down nicely but provides a little heat and compliments the flavor of the smoked salmon and rich eggs really well. Do give it a try.:)

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  • That second to last title was hard to read on the light background and it went by really fast.

    Very nice video, though, and I’ll give your technique a try next time I scrambled. I seldom get the nice curd you have there.

  • For the love of God, man! I was trying to concentrate on work and you go and post this, making me get really really hungry, breaking my concentration.

    Love it!!

    Thanks so much.

  • @yasmeenfive
    Nice to hear from you again.
    To be watching cooking videos when you’re famished must be a little like torture:)
    Thanks for watching and hopefully hear from you again soon:)
    OriginalNakedChef

  • Well, I’ve seen my video of Ramsay saying unintelligible stuff and being hyper for the decade. What’s next? Let’s see. Oh yeah, Howard Stern interviewing someone nobody cares about. Great. 😉

  • When the other guy tasted the scrambled eggs, Gordon was like: you better not put the fucking spoon back in.

    He didn’t. He survived.

  • @kumquatsta
    You must give it ago soon. It’s very easy and quite tasty. I like your idea of crumbled bacon and cheese:)
    Speak with you soon OriginalNakedChef

  • @whiteawendy
    That’s a lovely comment:)
    I am very glad you have found my channel and good luck with the toad in the hole.
    Have a good weekend OriginalNakedChef

  • Disrespectful of our environment and fish sustainability by eating Roe and or Caviar. That’s baby fish in there. Don’t do it. Thumbs down.

  • What is that Alaskan fellows accent? I dont know why i care, but if anyone in Alaska get internet who can place his accent, tell me…. �� edit *nevermind he said “we dont have these in Sardinia.”

  • 1. Don’t understand why being in the actual country makes these recipes more interesting. 2. The basic process is pretty much the same for scrambled eggs

  • This is the more “classic” style of egg, whereas the American style (with bigger/tougher curd) is the “country” style. You’re right, many Americans would find it strange, but give it a try! Just remember its even more important to use high quality eggs.

  • @hills123ful
    Hi hills123ful,
    Good to hear from you and thank you for those very kind words and I would love my own TV show:)
    Ref the organic salmon it cost £2.95 for the pack, but we only used 1/3rd of the pack. If anyone is on a very tight budget and wants to try this recipe, I did notice that in the own brand version you can buy smoked salmon trimmings for 98p.
    I try and answer most comments when I spot them:)
    Speak with you soon OriginalNakedChef

  • Tatsächlich bin ich froh, dass er auch schöne momente in seinem Leben hat. ��
    Hier sicherlich auch sau kalt, aber ich denke er hatte Vergnügen.��
    Warum wollen ihn immer alle leiden sehen?��
    Auch weiterhin, hoffentlich schöne Momente ich euer aller Leben, wünsche ich euch allen.

  • I would eat all, but Gordon’s scrambled eggs. He stirs the egg too much and it looks more like whirlpool eggs than scrambled in my opinion lol.

  • I believe this was filmed just outside Juneau in my old home state. By my estimate it looked to be about 10F there. That looks ROUGH:D

  • A super delicious dish I can tell by the way it is prepared. My appetite is all worked up until I can test my skill at making this one like Ramsay did.

  • excellent! My mother would make this every Sunday morning with a side of green tomatoes and rich black coffee….mmmmm! The good thing is she could make lots and store some in the fridge for later snacks. Super delicious and nutritious.

  • Do english scrambled eggs really taste that good? im american and as you know we make eggs a little different. yours almost look not cooked but at the same time look great im kinda scared to make them this way in fear of my family not liking them being so used to american style scrambled egg. and cant make them for myself bc every time I make egg everyone wants some lol. let me know if I should take the risk thanks

  • Any… Chance Those Cooks… Didn’t”t Finish Every Bite of those Great Eggs and Eggs. Hot n Taste. Great Meal. Camping is fun even with frozen ass, or that cluck Ramsey.

  • Imagine Gordon Ramsay join Bear Grylls on a nature adventure and cook together

    Bear: That’s protein right here
    Gordon: That’s dry and disgusting

  • @AppIeHero
    You’re quite right, there are many variations on how people make their scrambled eggs. Personally I like mine to look scrambled.
    Glad you like the vids and drop in again soon:)
    OriginalNakedChef

  • Beautifully made video, very instructive and a fabulous choice of music. You’ve just gained my “Best food video on YouTube” Award ��. Thank you.

  • @hermione1135
    Thats alright! Next time when you fancy it get yourself some smoked salmon.
    Smoked salmon is also very nice in your sandwiches:)
    OriginalnakedChef

  • @846524162
    Thats good to hear, I try and make the vids easy to watch and most things explained.
    Glad you like the vids and always good to get the feedback:)
    OriginalNakedChef

  • Here’s a hint for you….. If your eggs stick to a non stick skillet that means your skillet isn’t hot enough… OK? If your skillet is hot enough it will cook without sticking… The heat prevents the coating of the pan with the egg mixture. You do have to pay more attention to it as it cooks but your end result will be much, much better…. Try it.

  • when cooking in some remote wildernes i alway’s wonder if in the past the native’s would have liked this cooking recipe or would it have been the last thing Gordon ever did…

  • @OriginalNakedChef Hey Chef, I’d polish a 3 course menu & yet still feel hungry after watching your videos:-)
    Defintely torture but all praises for your good efforts on bringing the passion back into cooking! Looking forward to more yummy recipes!

    Wishing you the very best in all your future endeavours!

    Ps. Tried watching all your TV shows & want to thank you personally for revamping school menus with healthy options!
    We need more conscientious TV personalities like you!
    Many thanks:-)

  • @bmxican93
    Nice to hear from you!
    What does “tobuscus ad FTW!” mean?
    “FTW” (For the win)?
    Thanks for dropping in OriginalNakedChef

  • Eggs and toast are a favourite of mine any time of the day especially breakfast,love smoked salmon this video reminds me to bring them together more often and to remember the herbs, more so now we have them outside the kitchen.Still need to look out for the roe. Thank You Bart.

  • It’s always weird seeing how different people make scrambled eggs, there are so many variations on such a simple recipe that it’s always going to be different!
    I really like watching your videos though, keep it up!

  • I just mix the egg till it’s fully mixed then I add chesse then add in in the wait till it’s semi-raw then get it off and eat it with salt and peppers

  • Mothers day in the Netherlands and in the US is coming up, so how about these amazing scrambled eggs with smoked sockeye salmon? Check out the recipe in the description! Enjoy.

  • @ShowMeHowNow
    I agree, smoked salmon and eggs are a perfect match!
    Sounds like your a dab hand with the scrambled eggs.
    Thanks for watching:)
    OriginalNakedChef

  • y’all might talk shit about his butter usage but these eggs are fucking amazing. a ton of people use milk in their scrambled eggs, but butter has s richer flavour from its high fat content. added to the snaller curd achieved by keeping the eggs moving is so damn good, it has a way better flavour and prevents the chewy, rubber-y texture you get from cooking them like pancakes or something lol. and salmon is a damn good combination. i like mine with salt, pepper, and chives on some toast. Good Ass Shit

  • @MadMacTennents
    Nice one!
    Lovely to hear from you and anything we can do to improve breakfast has to be a good thing:)
    Drop in again soon OriginalNakedChef

  • @pablogal88
    I must admit, I do try and take notice of comments that have been made, after all I am making the vids for you and all and your feedback is important:)
    I know that the noises can be really irritating.
    Have a great weekend and I hope your family loves the scrambled eggs!
    All the best OriginalNakedChef

  • I live in Alaska and I have never heard of making salmon scrambled eggs �� or ever cooking on a thing like that except for the only times I go camping without an RV lol

  • Winter king Salmon is best……they aren’t gonna spawn so they are at peak flavor……I like this post but suggest just BBQ the salmon, skip the eggs…….����

  • Where do I find salmon sliced soo beautifully?? Gosh I’d love to be there with you two cooking outdoors in such a gorgeous place as Alaska!! Oh those scrambled eggs look yummy!!

  • @G0DzSC0PE
    Hi G0DzSC0PE,
    Thanks for the sub!
    I must admit personally I do like the scrambled eggs in the pan. That way you have more control in how they turn out.
    All the best OriginalNakedChef

  • That’s is amazingly delicious on freezing surroundings with nice hot scrambled eggs. Can’t get any better than that.. thanks for your videos

  • @Celticlight1
    Lovely comment:)
    Thanks for dropping in and I really hope you enjoy your scrambled eggs.
    Have a good weekend OriginalNakedChef

  • @OriginalNakedChef Ill give you an awsome tip…ok bear with me because it sounds weird but keep in mind berrys go well with slamon! So pretty much what you do but add blackberrys… also try the morrisons smoked salmon i prefer it to the tesco one, good video though! I pretty much eat this alot but with blackberrys which complement the fish and (supriseingly) the egg well to!

  • @crazyjack1980
    I think it’s just takes time to build up a following. I am pleased with the number of views and all those kind subscribers like yourself.
    I really liked your idea of my logo (Yorkshire pudding smiley face) on the merchandise idea. I will wait until I have built up a bit more of a following first but thanks for planting the seed:)
    Some how smoked salmon and the scrambled eggs just work perfectly together.
    Have a great meal and enjoy your pint:)
    OriginalNakedChef

  • @250cosmic
    I know salmon is not everyone’s cup of tea and the smoked mackerel sounds good too.
    I hope you have a lovely meal and good to hear from you again:)
    OriginalnakedChef

  • I’m not a fish eater, because I grew up on fish sticks and it turned me off of fish. Nowadays, I’m thinking I should probably start my fork and knife on a salmon, with Gordon’s critiquing method in mind. Any suggestions on what kind of salmon dinner?

  • @SimonGrowl
    The worst thing about being at work and watching food vids is you probably cant nip to the kitchen to get a snack!
    Thanks for the comms and I apologise for making you hungry, Not!:)
    OriginalnakedChef

  • @yasmeenfive
    I wont’ be going into hidding:)
    Do you mean that you are not Beyonce?
    Hay, same for you no going into hiding:))
    OriginalNakedChef

  • @yasmeenfive
    Hi yasmeenfive, always good to hear from you and that’s a lovely message.
    In case there is any confusion I thought I should let you know I am not Jamie Oliver (and don’t have any current TV shows). Maybe one day though:)
    I hope you continue to enjoy my vids.
    All the best OriginalNakedChef

  • @SeansFood
    As you say, you can’t beat a nice scrambled egg anytime.
    Thanks for watching and I do appreciate your comms:)
    OriginalNakedChef

  • @Karl6478 Milk is good for anyone not just a diet. It gives strong bones because of calcium. Also it’s not hard in the microwave if you do it right…

  • @rachiti
    I know there are alot of variations on scrambled eggs. You are quite right you can add milk or cream if you like:)
    Appreciate your tips OriginalnakedChef:)

  • @SoyuzBot
    Thats the way to do it 720p:)
    Makes you feel closer to the food that way.
    Take care and speak with you soon:)
    OriginalNakedChef

  • @Franksy8
    Estimate of cost.

    Packet smoked salmon I used £3 (I used 1/3rd pack so cost £1)
    3 eggs 50p
    Bread £1.80 (I used ½ loaf so 90p)
    Plus butter and oil and fresh chives

    I would estimate the cost to be around £3 for the ingredients I used.
    So maybe £1 per person. For £1 they get a delicious breakfast:)

  • @CakesnakeFilms not really. I’m from UK that’s how we do them in Northern Ireland. I think i’m alot smarter than you, and I had a very good childhood. You probaly have the IQ of a wall.

  • interesting, but I have to agree that is definitely not scrambled eggs, I was curious when the microwave wasn’t used, maybe there is another way