Ham 'n' Eggs
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Ham 'n' Eggs

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Serves 2

This recipe is really simple, quick and tasty. It's ideal for outdoors eating, and particularly for campers.

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  • 545g can new potatoes, drained, cut into thick slices
  • 200g can ham, diced
  • 2 medium eggs
  • 3 spring onions, finely sliced
  • 1-2 Tbsp oil
  • Freshly ground black pepper
  • Crusty bread to serve


    1. Heat oil in a large frying pan. Add potatoes and fry for two minutes.
    2. Add ham and stir-fry with potatoes for three or four minutes until they are turning golden.
    3. Stir in the spring onions.
    4. Make two hollows in the frying pan and add a little more oil if required. Crack an egg into each and turn down the heat to allow the eggs to set.
    5. Season with black pepper and serve with crusty bread.

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12th Jun, 2011
And that photo isn't taken by an amateur...
12th Jun, 2011
I agree with Evilkillerturkey. This has no place on a recipe site. I think I would have to be starving to eat tinned new potatoes. But if you replace them and the tinned ham with the fresh equivalents, it's fine. Perhaps it's just someone trying to be funny?
11th Jun, 2011
Oh, come on! Plenty of tinned foods are absolutely fine! I'm always surprised how the snobbery subsides on the continent, where they'll gladly doll out tinned white asparagus, sweetcorn etc. alongside some really amazing fresh cuisine. It's just another way of preserving food, and can be perfectly palatable, besides being very practical. No one would turn their nose up at cured Parma ham!
10th Jun, 2011
This isn't even a recipe, its just tinned muck
10th Jun, 2011
That looks really revolting
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