Pepperoni Scramble

This is a one person dish, although you can make more to serve more people. This is one of my favorite breakfast meals when I have no one else to cook for but me. It is all made in one dish. I use a 6 inch Cast Iron skillet to make it. If you do not like pepperoni then you can substitute for something else.


1/4 c. Pepperoni, Skin removed and diced small

2-3 Eggs, Room temperature

2 Tbsp, Milk

Salt and Pepper

1 Tbsp Parsley, Chopped

1 Slice of bread ( your choice) Cubed

2-3 Tbsp Monterey Jack Cheese, Grated


(1) Heat the broiler to high heat.

(2) In a small oven safe pan over medium heat add the pepperoni and cook for 3-4 minutes or until slightly browned.

(3) In a small bowl beat the eggs, milk, salt, pepper and parsley together and add the pan. Let cook 1 minute before turning with a rubber spatula. Let set one minute before turning again. Do this until desire consistency is reached.

(4) Top the eggs with the bread and then the cheese evenly. Place under the broiler until cheese is melted and golden. Keep an eye on it because it will burn easily. About 3-5 minutes.  serve.

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