I am mainly a cereal eater for breakfast with the odd bagel or cup of yogurt thrown in. When it comes to "traditional" breakfast food, I prefer to eat them for dinner. I'll eat pancakes, eggs, bacon, sausage, fried potatoes, etc., for dinner any day of the week. One of my favorite breakfast meals that I like to eat for dinner is a pan seared ham steak with salsa eggs.
This is not a complicated recipe and you prepare it how you'd like. I will list the ingredients (without measurements) and an overview of preparation. This is one of those meals that you cook to how you like it. I even make it slightly different each time.
Ingredients1 ham steak
2 large eggs
Shredded cheddar cheese
Prep OverviewI suggest cooking your ham steak first. Even though it doesn't take very long, you do not want to run the risk of your eggs getting cold. Make sure you a little oil in the skillet because ham steaks tend be lean so you will not have a lot of fat available to prevent the steak from sticking.
I mix my eggs, cheese, salsa, salt, pepper, and parsley together in a small bowl. I use butter to grease the skillet so the eggs do not stick. You can cook the eggs scrambled, omelet style, or simply light fry them. It's up to you.
I also make ham steak with fried potatoes and pancakes. I really like them for quick meals when you have little time on your hands. If you haven't tried ham steaks, give them a whirl. They are tasty and cook quickly.