I used 8 eggs in this meal. But if you have a big crowd, please feel free to add up to 12 eggs. Yes, the cook time will be longer, but just a few minutes longer, nothing significant at all.
This is a very filling and healthy meal. Not enough? Serve some hearty toasts along.
If you don't have any ham leftover, you can replace it with Canadian bacon or some ham steak.
Since the ham is very salty already, I highly recommend that you serve the salt and pepper on the side and let your guests to decide if more seasoning is needed.
Breakfast Idea Egg Recipe and Instructions
1 big Green Bell Pepper (discard membrane and seeds; diced) 1 small Onion (diced) 2 cups Ham Leftover (diced) or Pre-Diced Ham 8 Eggs (beaten) 4 tablespoons Extra Virgin Olive Oil (divided) Salt and Pepper to taste
Preheat 2 tablespoons Extra Virgin Olive Oil at medium high heat in a big skillet
Add onion and cook for 2 minutes until softened
Add green bell pepper and cooks another 2 minutes
Add ham and cook about a minute
Turn up the heat to high and add the other 2 tablespoons Extra Virgin Olive Oil
Quick stir and add eggs
When the side of the eggs starts to set a little bit, use the spatula to pull it to the center
Repeat this step regularly until eggs are set and solid (about 3-5 minutes)
Serve with toasts on the side
Breakfast Idea Egg Steps with Photos
Cook onion until softened
Add green pepper until warm through
Cook ham to warm through
Once the edge of the eggs set, use the spatula to pull it to the center. Repeat this step until eggs are set
You can cook the eggs a couple more minutes to brown. Otherwise, this is ready to serve
Serve ham scrambled eggs with onion and pepper with hearty wheat toasts
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