Dilly Chive Eggs
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- chives, or 1 if using smaller chive stalks, like the ones from your garden
- 2 sprig(s)
- fresh dill (or a dash of dried dill)
- dash of sea salt
- dash of pepper
- dash of milk
- slice of toast
- slice of ham
- slice of cheese on the side
- 1/2 Tbsp
- salted butter
1Heat butter in small frying pan on low heat. Don't turn up heat!
2Scramble eggs really well in a bowl, using whisk or fork. Add dash salt, dash pepper, chopped chives and dill.
3When butter is completely melted, pour in eggs. Into the empty bowl, add a dash of milk, then pour that into the pan, too. Don't mix this right away! Let it sit sit in the pan for about 30 seconds on the low heat.
4After about 30 seconds, give it a few mixes. Keep on low heat. Let sit for about 15 more seconds. Mix again, then turn off heat and let sit in pan.
5Now make your toast, and top with slice of ham. Slide your eggs on top of ham, and enjoy these light, flavorful and creamy eggs! I like mine with a few slices of good cheese on the side like sharp cheddar or Amish white cheese.