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If you’re planning on having breakfast with your Valentine this year, why not try my scrumptious Salmon with Scrambled Eggs and Parmesan Valentine’s Day Breakfast.

It’s quick and easy to make – and healthy too 🙂

Other quick and easy salmon recipes include Salmon Fillet Recipe and Jamie’s Crispy Salmon.

Valentine's Day Breakfast

Let’s get started:

Valentine’s Day Breakfast – Ingredients

  • Thick slices of crusty wholemeal bread (or white if you prefer)
  • Eggs (2 per person)
  • Salt and pepper to season eggs
  • Smoked salmon (2 slices per person)
  • Grated Parmesan cheese (2 tablespoons per person)
  • Capers (1 tablespoon per person)
  • Wedges of lemon and halved tomatoes to serve

Valentine’s Day Breakfast – Method

  1. Toast the bread on both sides under the grill (it might be too thick to fit in the toaster)
  2. While the bread if toasting, break the eggs into a microwave proof bowl and whisk with a fork and season with salt and pepper
  3. Cook for 30 seconds on medium-high in the microwave then stir with a fork (it should still be quite runny at this stage)
  4. Stir in the grated Parmesan cheese and cook for another 30 seconds
  5. Fluff up with a fork – cook for another 30 seconds, only if necessary
  6. Lightly butter the bread (if you wish) then place two slices of smoked salmon on top
  7. Top with the scrambled eggs
  8. Sprinkle capers on top and serve with a wedge of lemon and halved tomatoes
  9. A glass of bubbly might be nice as well 🙂


Valentine's Day Breakfast Ingredients


Thick Slices of Wholemeal Bread


Scrambled Eggs


Smoked Salmon on Toast

 Handy Hints and Variations

  • Try not to over-cook the scrambled eggs – they should be ‘soft’ and not ‘rubbery’
  • The scrambled eggs will keep cooking for a little while, after you take them out of the microwave, so slightly under-cook for best results
  • You can trim the bread before toasting to form the shape of a love heart if you wish – might be nice 🙂
  • If you have it, add some caviar.  It is a Valentine’s Day Breakfast after all 🙂
  • A couple of oysters on the side might be nice as well

That’s breakfast sorted.

For lunch or dinner why not try Valentine’s Day Dinner:

Valentine's Day Dinner

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Have a wonderful Valentine’s Day.

Jan Littlehales

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6 Responses to “Valentine’s Day Breakfast – in Ten Minutes”

  1. Rita says:

    Hi Jan
    Now that sounds like my kind of Valentine’s Day breakfast, but I know the only way I will get it is to cook it for myself and I just might do that

  2. John Davis says:

    Hi Jan,
    Love the look of those prawns. Hard to go past. Top breaky.

  3. I absolutely love salmon so this valentines day breakfast is right up my alley, I love the idea of cutting the toast into a heart shape.

  4. Thanks Jackie, John and Rita,
    The day I made this, I actually ate it for lunch – it was delicious. Yummy breakfasts shouldn’t just be enjoyed on Valentine’s Day 🙂

  5. Lisa Wood says:

    Hi Jan,

    Oh I wonder how yummy the Valentine day breakfast would be 😉

    It sure looks so yummy, and so easy to make. I love salmon/seafood – hubby prefers chicken/steak!! Looks really healthy.


  6. Hi Lisa,
    I’m also a fish/seafood lover and could happily forgo red meat – but I think I’d get complaints from the boys!

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