This article originally appeared in the latest May edition of Foodie: Jamie's Hong Kong. Read it here!
- 2 slices bread
- 3 medium eggs
- 2 tbsp kimchi
- 25g butter
- ¹⁄8 tsp salt
- sprinking of black pepper
- 2 tsp butter or olive oil
- 1 tbsp goat cheese or cream cheese, grated
- 1 tsp chives or scallion greens, thinly sliced
- 2 tbsp milk or cream
- 1 pot of water
- Crack the eggs, beat with milk, salt, pepper and half of the butter in a small bowl. Lightly beat with a fork or a whisk until combined.
- Boil a pot of water, place a saucepan over, bain-marie style, add rest of butter to the saucepan on over low heat.
- Add both pieces of bread to toaster.
- Once the butter is melted and foamy, swirl it around the pan so it covers the entire bottom surface. Pour in the beaten egg, giving a constant, gentle stirring on a very low heat. The eggs will get firmer and firmer, take them off the heat when they get to your preferred scramble consistency.
- Coat toast with cheese and then pile the scrambled eggs on topping with kimchi. Sprinkle with an additional grind of black pepper and chives.
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