We’ve been obsessing over Kimchi for a while now, and were delighted to hear of a breakfast option that has been growing in popularity, the Kimchi scramble! The tangy, flavorful, fermented veggie side dish pairs wonderfully with scrambled eggs. We opted for the spicy kimchi from St Pete Ferments for that extra kick. I usually cover my eggs in hot sauce, so this spicy ingredient was a welcomed addition. You can also use the mild Kimchi, which we sell at the BSF Farm Store, if you’d like a little less heat.
When you think of breakfast, you probably don’t think of a side salad, but why not? I love eating quiche with a side of greens, so I figured there was no need to keep greens restricted to the PM box, and I was right! The cold crunchy salad paired wonderfully with the warm silky scramble. This breakfast left me feeling nourished and energized, not to mention it’s loaded with probiotics! This is one American-Korean kimchi breakfast recipe that you won’t want to pass up!
- St Pete Ferments Kimchi (Mild or Spicy)
- Lake Meadow Naturals Eggs
- BSF Baby Greens
- Sliced Radishes
- Radish Sprouts
- Meyer Lemon Olive Oil
- Lake Meadow Naturals Maldon Sea Salt Butter
First, prep your ingredients by slicing your radishes and tearing the Baby Greens into bite sized pieces. Next, whisk 2 eggs together in a bowl and throw a generous spoon-full of butter into a hot pan. I like to coat the pan in butter before cooking my eggs to ensure that none of it sticks, plus who doesn’t love butter? The Lake Meadow butter is already perfectly salted, so there’s no need to add extra salt to your eggs.
Next, cook your eggs low and slow. Once halfway cooked, fold in a generous scoop of kimchi until the eggs are fully cooked. Plate your scramble and top with BSF Radish Sprouts. The spiciness of the sprouts compliments the kimchi and eggs wonderfully!
For my side salad I used my prepped Baby Greens and added some sliced radishes, a drizzle of BSF Meyer Lemon Olive Oil, and a sprinkle of sea salt. That’s it! Enjoy with a cup of tea and some sliced oranges, talk about a great morning!