Prep 7 mins
Cook 0 mins
My mother made this for us growing up and now I make it for family! So simple, no butter or oil needed since you fry the salami in a dry pan. We use kosher beef salami. It comes packaged like a thick sausage or in slices.
- 1⁄4 cup beef salami, diced or cubed
- 2 eggs
- Beat the eggs in a bowl and set aside.
- In a small frying pan, over medium heat, add the salami. Using a spatula, brown the salami on all sides. This won't take long.
- Once it is browned, add the eggs to the salami.
- Use the spatula to move the eggs around in the pan until they are set to your taste.
- Turn out to a plate as soon as they are done and enjoy!
What a neat idea - It is delicious. When I bought the Salami I said to the gal I only want a couple of slices to mix with scrambled eggs - What a great idea she said - I'll do that for Sunday Brunch too! So your recipe is being enjoyed in a couple of places today! I used hot salsa salami Mmm great Brunch Thanks
We make this for lunch every few weeks. It is Jewish soul food as Mirj pointed out. Grew up on it myself. We always use Hebrew Nat'l salami and I usually cut it into rounds and then the rounds in half. I love this with mustard. Simple and easy and kids friendly to boot.
mmm...I had pre-sliced salami so I fried four slices until the pan was oily and then added two beaten eggs. I took took Mirj's suggestion of seasoning with paprika and it really added a zing to it! So easy and tasty--will definitely make again.