Absolutely awesome, Miss Annie! I cut the recipe in half for just the two of us, otherwise made it exactly as directed. Served it with fresh toasted bagels and fresh squeezed orange juice. This was a breakfast to remember! I'll be making it again, soon. Thanks a bunch! :o)
I made this for my husband for breakfast this morning and he loved it! I didn't put dill in it, maybe I will try that next time. Thanks!
Thank you Miss Annie for a delicious breakfast, all the flavours came together beautifully and I thoroughly enjoyed. Made for Name that Ingredient tag game.
Made a single serve of this using Greek yoghurt drained overnight instead of cream cheese. Rolled it in a tortilla. A very good and easy gourmet breakfast.
This was wonderful! My husband's favorite breakfast is bagels and lox but we are on weight management program so this recipe was a lifesaver. I modified for us by using light cream cheese and egg substitute for 2/3 of the eggs. The first time I used butter in the pan and the second time I used cooking spray and we did not notice the difference. I served with sliced tomato, red onion on arnolds thins. Thank you!
Loved it! Awesome brunch with a glass of orange juice. The white pepper really made it for me, after I added that I knew this was a 5 star. Thanks for posting.
We really enjoyed this. It's really good and different. I had some smoked salmon left over from a party and tried this. I'm so glad I did.
Simple and really good! Toast and coffee are all you need for a lovely breakfast or quick dinner. Thanks, Miss Annie, for sharing the recipe!
No Bagels but used Toasted Home Made Bread.And as we used to say many years ago" It was SMASHING "
This is a common sight at family brunches and Sunday breakfasts. I almost forgot about it, thanks for reminding me. Sometimes the simple things in life are the best. The only difference I make is to add some chopped onion. I love dill so I am happy to see you added it here (my aunt never adds it, annoying). We always make our scrambled eggs with cream cheese regardless of what else is added. Learned it fom my grandmother. It really makes them nice and creamy. This is a great post!