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Salmon and Eggs Breakfast Scramble {with Fresh Dill}

salmon and scrambled eggs with side of grapefruit slices


Got leftover salmon? Make this protein-packed dill salmon and eggs scramble that’s made with just a few ingredients and delicious seasonal flavors!

salmon scramble on plate

This recipe is the epitome of the perfect brinner (breakfast for dinner!). When I think brinner, I think savory breakfast. There’s no better savory breakfast than using your leftover salmon from the night before to make a yummy dill salmon and eggs scramble.

What To Do With Leftover Salmon?

‘Member that one time we made those delicious salmon patties? We had a ton of leftover salmon and made this dish for brinner the next day.

I know some of you are on team savory breakfast, so eating this after a workout in the morning would also be PERFECT with the crazy amount of protein involved.

Let’s check out the ingredients needed to get started!

  • large eggs
  • fresh dill
  • leftover salmon
  • minced garlic
  • olive oil
  • sea salt
  • pepper

First up: fresh farm eggs. They are a must. How gorgeous are these yolks? I really believe that free-range, farm fresh eggs are the best and they for sure taste the best!

Next, fresh dill. This is the one herb where I truly believe that you can’t over do it. There’s no such thing as “it’s too dilly.”

eggs and dill in bowl

Can You Use Dry Dill?

You can totally use dry dill for this recipe, however, there really isn’t anything like fresh dill, and I promise it will taste better.

Then there’s the salmon. We love salmon of all kinds — grilled, baked, broiled, sous vide, and pan seared. The beauty of this recipe is that any kind of leftover salmon will work!

Can You Use Canned Salmon?

Absolutely! If you don’t have leftover salmon on hand, canned salmon will totally work for this recipe! If that is your cup of tea, we recommend using canned salmon in water with no extra additives so the flavors of this recipe can truly shine.

cooked salmon on plate

Greek Yogurt Dill Dressing

You HAVE to make the Greek yogurt topping to go with this yummy salmon breakfast. It’s too good not to! It’s very similar to the Greek yogurt dill dressing that I made for this salmon salad I was talking about earlier. So flipping good! #eatallthedill

So when I make this next, I’m totally going to put it between a whole wheat bagel. HOW GOOD DOES THAT SOUND?!

eggs and salmon on plate

Salmon and Eggs Scramble with Dill

Got leftover salmon? Make this protein-packed dill salmon and eggs scramble that’s made with just a few ingredients and delicious seasonal flavors!

Prep: 15 minutesCook: 5 minutesTotal: 20 minutes

Fat 16

Carbs 8

Protein 31

Yield 2 servings 1x


Ingredients

For the Scramble

  • 4 large eggs
  • splash of milk, any kind
  • 1 tablespoon fresh dill, minced
  • 1 teaspoon minced garlic
  • 2 teaspoons olive oil
  • 1 cup leftover shredded salmon (~6 oz.)
  • 1/8 teaspoon sea salt
  • pepper, to taste

For the Greek Yogurt Topping

  • 1/4 cup full-fat Greek yogurt
  • 1/2 tablespoon minced fresh dill
  • 1/2 tablespoon minced chives
  • pinch of salt
  • 1 teaspoon lemon juice

Instructions

  1. Prep eggs by whisking together 4 large eggs, a splash of milk, dill, salt, and pepper until combined.
  2. Then, heat a medium size skillet to medium/high heat and add in olive oil and garlic. Pour in the egg mixture and cook for 1-2 minutes, using a spatula to scramble. Once the eggs have started to cook, add in cooked salmon.
  3. Continue stirring until the eggs have reached desired texture (for about 3ish minutes).
  4. To make the Greek yogurt topping, mix together all ingredients.
  5. Serve scramble with Greek yogurt topping.

Nutrition Facts

Serving Size: 1/2
Calories: 304
Sugar: 3
Fat: 16
Carbohydrates: 8
Fiber: 1
Protein: 31

Author: Lee HershCategory: BreakfastMethod: Stove TopCuisine: American

Keywords: salmon and eggs





Source: Fit Foodie Finds, Author: Lee Funke

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