Scrambled eggs with bottarga
Bottarga is the highly-prized dried roe from the grey mullet and I keep a stick or two of bottarga in my fridge for a quick pasta or scrambled-egg snack. You can buy it from most good Italian delis in its whole form or ready-grated in jars. You can serve this on toast if you wish; it makes a great breakfast dish.
4 Burford Brown eggs, beaten
2tbsp double cream
Salt and freshly ground white pepper
About a tablespoon of grated bottarga
Melt the butter in a non-stick saucepan, add the eggs and cream, season and stir on a medium heat for a few minutes until they are lightly scrambled, then spoon immediately on to warmed serving plates so the eggs don't over-cook; grate the bottarga over.
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