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Peperami is a salami sausage snack manufactured by Jack Link's. It is manufactured in Ansbach, Germany and sold in the United Kingdom and Ireland, across multiples and independent retailers. Peperami Original The Original way to put your hunger in a headlock. You can cook Peperami & Hash Brown Scramble using 5 ingredients and 6 steps. Here is how you achieve it.
Ingredients of Peperami & Hash Brown Scramble
- You need 2 of cooked, leftover hash browns, chopped.
- It's 2 of full size Peperami, sliced.
- Prepare 2 of eggs.
- It's 1 tbsp of vegetable oil.
- You need 1 pinch of Salt,.
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Peperami & Hash Brown Scramble step by step
- Break the eggs in a small bowl and add the salt. Whisk until combined..
- Heat the oil in a small frying pan..
- Add the chopped pieces of hash brown..
- When browned and crisp, make a space in the middle and add the eggs. Using a wooden spoon, bring in the edges of the eggs as they cook..
- Add the Peperamis and scramble everything together for a few minutes..
- Serve, with your favourite sauce over the top....
Oh and don't forget the calcium too! Peperami is full of oil but if you leave the skin intact it can only escape through the ends. I roughly chop all the skin off to ; leave a ragged piece of meat to increase the surface area. To provide the visual hint to the hookbait I use one of the new tiny plastic corn pieces. I permanently leave a few grains of plastic in with my pop-ups so they absorb some of the smell too.