Sunday, September 25, 2016

Spanish Sardines Scrambled Egg and Toast

Sunday and few more hours and it's going to be Monday again.  Work day as usual.  So what's better thing to do to end this week?  Well, just enjoy it.  One thing I don't usually enjoy during weekdays is breakfast.  Weekend is the only time of the week when I can enjoy and savor every bite of my meal at my own leasure.

Today, I woke up early and I'm not in the mood to eat rice.  I searched our kitchen and found a can of Spanish sardines which I bought several months ago and there is a loaf of wheat bread I bought last Friday for my lunch.  I didn't touch it because we had a lunch out with our company management.

I thought of just sandwiching the sardines between the sliced bread but where's the egg.  I love egg, specially sunny side-up egg.  So I decided to make a Spanish sardines scrambled egg.  A two in one dish.  I have my Spanish sardines and egg in one dish.  What make this dish really tasty is the butter.  Butter just make any food special, right?


4 medium sized                            Eggs
3 Tablespoons                               Butter
1 small can                                    Spanish Sardines
8 pieces                                           Black Olives, sliced
Salt and pepper to taste
2 Tablespoons                               Butter
3 Tablespoons                               Butter
3 slices                                            Wheat Bread


Combine the eggs and give it a few whisp.  Place the eggs into a skillet and add the butter.  Switch on the heat of your stove to medium high heat and mix the egg mixture.  After 20 second remove the skillet from the heat and continue mixing for 20 seconds.  Do this alternately until you get an almost cooked creamy scrambled egg.

When the egg is about to cook, add sardines, olives, salt, pepper and butter.  Mix thoroughly until the egg is creamy and fluffy.

For the toast, place the butter onto the skillet and turn the heat to medium high.  When the butter melts, place the sliced bread and give the skillet a few shake until the bread is golden brown.  Flip and do the same to the other side.

Serve with the Spanish sardines scrambled egg and a cup of coffee.  I have a Granny Smith apple for breakfast.  I don't like it but for health purposes I must eat it.


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