I love breakfast for dinner. It sort of flips your day upside down, doesn't it? And drinking wine with scrambled eggs is a real treat. (At night. Not in the morning. That's a real problem.)
The following combo works so well together... leeks, dill, smoked salmon and goat cheese. Flavors that compliment each other perfectly. Last night I scrambled them up, and here you have it...
Smoked Salmon, Leek & Goat Cheese Scramble
2 egg whites
2 T cream or milk
1 T chopped dill
2 T unsalted butter
1 leek, white parts only, chopped
4 oz. smoked salmon
Salt and pepper
Chop leeks and place in bowl of cold water to clean.
Roughly chop smoked salmon.
Melt butter in saute pan. Add leeks and saute for 5-6 minutes, until soft and fragrant.
Crack eggs and egg whites into bowl. Whisk together with cream and dill.
Add to leeks and let sit for a minute. Then start to stir with spatula. I don't like to over-scramble my eggs because I like them chunkier, so I don't over-stir. Add goat cheese by 1/2 teaspoons, however much you like. Season with salt and pepper.
Add smoked salmon and continue to scramble until cooked.
I served with sliced tomatoes, toast and a salad. If you're feeling really wild you could make Bloody Mary's too! There's never a wrong time in the day for those. And finally, dinner for breakfast...