Recipes developed by Alanna Marise
Preparation Time: 5 minutes, Cooking Time: 10 minutes
This is a little invention of mine is basically an evolution of scrambled eggs. This is something I will often do for lunch in the weekends with any leftover food that I would be able to fry. This usually always happens when there are leftover mushrooms and red onion. Generally these ‘jumbles’ tend to have more vegetables than egg, and in that way have a ratatouille-esque sort of feel to them. It is delicious, relatively helpful and will help fuel you through the seemingly never-ending weekend chores.
I hope you enjoy this recipe, and please let me know if you ever try it out. This dish is always great well seasoned with pepper, but just beware you also have peppercorns in a good pepperoni salami.The eggs when added, soak up the juices and colour of the mushrooms and this is probably why I always return to this sort of lunch for a Saturday afternoon.
- 3 T olive oil
- 3 eggs, whisked
- 5 slice pepperoni salami, quartered
- 1/2 red onion, died
- 1/2 red capsicum, diced
- 3 shitake mushrooms, diced
- 1 t lemon juice
- 1/4 c grated cheese (optional)
- Curly leaf parsley, to serve
1 Drizzle 2 T of olive oil into a large frying pan and bring up to a high heat.
2 Add all ingredients to the pan except eggs, parsley and cheese (if using) and fry until the mushrooms and onions have softened and the salami is crispy on the edges. Add drizzle of lemon juice (helps onion and capsicum break down) and cracked pepper, to taste. Drizzle over last 1 T of olive oil. This will all take about 5 minutes.
3 Once all the ingredients are crisp pour in the egg, and add cheese (if using). Stir in the egg as you are adding it so it begins to form a scrambled nature. Stir through the veges, and once cooked (about two minutes) remove everything from the pan and place in a bowl.
4 Snip parsley over top of the Mushroom Egg Jumble and then dig in!
Have you tried this out? Be sure to tag me in any and all Instagram posts if you give this a go! (@lana_holla and #splatteredapron) I would love to see how yours turns out!