Smoked Mackerel Scrambled Eggs

Smoked Mackerel Scrambled Eggs

The NHS recommend we eat 2 potions of fish a week, one of which is oily. All fish are packed with important micronutrients but oily fish like salmon, mackerel and tuna have are particularly high in Omega-3 fatty acids. 

Mackerel for breakfast is a great way of getting your weekly fish intake off to a good start, and this recipe is a must try.

Ingredients: 2 eggs, some brown bread, smoked mackerel and parsley to garnish


1) Put a slice of bread in the toaster

2) make some scrambled eggs as you normally would. I start will some butter melting in a saucepan and then beat 2 eggs with a splash of milk. 

3) As the eggs near your preferred scrabble add the flacked mackerel and stir in

4) serve with toast and garnish with parsley

5) enjoy!