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Scrambled Eggs with Truffle Infused Salami, Cheese and Coriander

I do love to make various types of scrambled egg dishes.  Scrambled eggs on their own in the past used to be a great dish but got boring after a while or at least until I started adding more than just eggs to this dish.  You can combine so many flavours and make so many great tasting dishes, you are limited only by your imagination.  I love to add various cheeses to mine and different types of salamis as well as the odd vegetables and herbs here and there.

These sorts of dishes are not only tasty, they are also very fast to make and can offer a range of vitamins and minerals making them a great healthy go to if you are short on time.

Today’s recipe includes truffle infused salami, cheese, coriander and eggs to give it that Mediterranean feel and flavour.  This sort of dish can be adjusted easily for your taste or merely adjusted to make a different tasting meal.  For this recipe I didn’t add any salt or pepper as the salami already has plenty.

Salami contains vitamins B2, B3 and B12 which play an important role in the metabolism of the foods that we eat.  Salami is high in fat but you will notice you don’t need much here you are mainly aiming for flavour rather than bulk.

Eggs are a great protein rich food and they also contain a fair amount of choline.  This is a micronutrient that we need for normal liver and nerve function and brain development.  It also plays a role in maintaining a healthy metabolism.  If you are not taking this in sufficient amounts you can develop a higher risk of chronic liver damage.  Eggs also contain vitamin A which is a powerful antioxidant.  It will also help maintain healthy vision, healthy skin, nerve function and fighting free radicals due to it’s antioxidant property.  Vitamin D is something many off us don’t have enough of due to long work hours and the reduced sun exposure over the winter months.  Eggs also contain vitamin D which is essential for bone health.

We all know that cheese contains calcium but did you know it also contains zinc which helps maintain a healthy immune system, is thought to improve testosterone production in men and reduce PMS symptoms in women.

Coriander is one of those gorgeous herbs that add a fantastic flavour to meals.  It contains vitamin K which we need for healthy bones, teeth and hair as well as other useful vitamins and minerals.

So now you have more of an idea of the health benefits of this dish here is the recipe.

Scrambled Eggs with Truffle Infused Salami, Cheese and Coriander

Serves 1 – provides enough for a light meal.


3 medium eggs

24g delicately infused Italian truffle salami – pre sliced (I found this at Aldi)

1 tablespoon coriander

24g extra mature cheddar cheese


Weigh out the salami then stack the pieces onto of each other and cut into smaller pieces.  Separate them out and set aside.

Wash, then chop the coriander.

Grate the cheese.

Break the eggs into a bowl and whisk well with a fork.

Place a small non stick frying pan on a medium heat.

Throw in the salami, top with the cheese then give it a stir.

Pour over the eggs and cook a little prior to adding in the coriander.

Once cooked through transfer into a bowl and serve.

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This Post Has 40 Comments

  1. That looks tasty! We do a similar thing, but quickly fry off some prosciutto before adding the eggs, as my wife is not a lover of salami for some reason!

  2. I love scrambled egg and would never of thought to add anything to it now I’m thinking of all the foods I could add. I usually just have toast and a bit of ketchup lol. Thanks for widening my options x

  3. This looks lovely, I don’t mind scrambled egg but sometimes I want a bit more flavour so this would be ideal for that x

  4. My husband would love this – I might have to make it as a little treat for him one morning!

  5. Ooh it really does have a Spanish feel! As a vegetarian what would you suggest I use instead of the salami to give the same vibe? x

  6. As a student, I appreciate this post so much! It’s given me great ideas for a future meal! Thank you!

  7. I’ll be honest I really am not an egg fan, I don’t know what it is but I’ve never liked the taste or texture. I love the balance of nutrients you get from your recipe as it’s got all the major food groups and perfect for the much needed energy boost in the morning.

  8. This looks really good. For me it would make a nice change from just cereal and toast

    1. It’s healthier too 😉

  9. Oh wow this looks incredible, I could eat it all up. I love scrambled eggs

    1. They are yummy and that salami really adds a great flavour.

  10. That looks delish, now this is something I’d like to eat during breakfast. I love to mix in milk or cheese and different spices in my egg sometimes.

  11. Scrambled eggs are one of my favourite things to eat an I have them A LOT! This is not a flavour combination I have ever had, or heard of, but now I really want to try it. Thank you for your recipe

    1. It’s different yet tasty. You’ll love it x

  12. I have never had truffle salami before but I can imagine how delicious it is! This recipe sounds perfect for breakfast, except for the coriander. I am one of the 20% of the population who things coriander tastes like soap, haha. 🙂

    1. Lol, I have a friend who says the same about coriander. Give it a try minus the coriander.

  13. Scrambled eggs are our favourite and love the different flavour combinations you’ve put with it. Off to buy salami 🙂

    1. Enjoy, it really adds a nice flavour to the dish.

  14. This sounds delicious. Scrambled eggs is one of my favourite lunches if I am at home. There’s something so lovely about making it on the hob!

    1. It is a quick and tasty dish.

  15. Yes, yes, yes I love everything about this look delicious

    1. Thanks. I love the mix of flavours here.

  16. Oh my goodness! I love anything with egg. I will surely give this a try!

    1. It isn’t much to look at but it tastes great!

  17. I really like scrambled eggs so I will be trying your tasty recipe. Lots of delicious flavours, yummy!

    1. Thanks Lilinha. Enjoy x

  18. This recipe would be great served with fresh crusty bread and aside salad for a brunch .

    1. It sure would. I sometimes toast some tiger bread and spread this over the top. YUM!!

  19. Ooh, this looks absolutely delicious! I’ve not made scrambled eggs in ages. I need to see if I’ve got any eggs now as I really fancy some. I might have to have a go at making your variation. I didn’t know Aldi did truffle infused salami!

    Louise x

    1. It’s really nice salami I need more it vanished awfully fast!

  20. Salami is the key thing I miss as a vegetarian and the one thing that tempts me the most. Just send this over to my fella’s mum because she’d love something like this. I’m in charge of boxing day breakfast actually so I guess I could whip up this! Thanks for the inspiration.

    1. No problem they will really enjoy this dish it’s full of flavour.

  21. I love truffle oil salami on scrambled eggs, so this sounds amazing too. What a way to start the day.

    1. It’s full of protein and flavour!

  22. I just drooled onto my lap. I know what I’m having for breakfast! Thanks for this!

  23. This looks delicious – scrambled egg is hands down, one of my favourite easy-peasy dishes!

  24. Other than the coriander this is right up my street! I love how easy eggs are to prepare before I rush off to university, I can’t wait to try this recipes! Thanks for sharing!

  25. Yum looks really good. I love eggs. They’re so versatile too

  26. Sounds like an incredibly decadent scrambled eggs! I’ve never tried truffle infused salami!

    1. It’s tastes so good and adds lots of flavour.

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