Black Garlic Scrambled Egg Breakfast Wrap

Black Garlic Scrambled Egg Breakfast Wrap

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RISE & SHINE – Kick start your day with a Black Garlic Scramble Egg Breakfast Wrap

Soft and creamy scrambled egg sprinkled with black garlic cloves and served with delicate, silky smoked salmon in a breakfast wrap.

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Black Garlic Scrambled Egg Breakfast Wrap - how to make

Black Garlic Scrambled Egg Breakfast Wrap – How to Make

Choose black garlic to become part of your Morning Routine

Incorporating black garlic into a well-rounded breakfast and combining it with other nourishing foods can play a role in fostering a health-conscious way of life. The aging or fermenting of raw white garlic produces black garlic. The fermentation process involves beneficial microorganisms breaking down the carbohydrates in garlic, caramelising the sugars and amino acids. Thus resulting in chemical changes that impact its flavour and aroma.

But most importantly, fermentation elevates the health properties of black garlic

  • Digestive Health: Black garlic contains prebiotics that can support the growth of beneficial gut bacteria, promoting a healthy digestive system and overall gut health.
  • Blood Sugar Regulation: There is some evidence that black garlic may help regulate blood sugar levels, which is essential for maintaining energy levels and preventing insulin spikes.
  • Vitamins and Minerals: Black garlic contains vitamins B6 and C.
  • Immune Support: The antioxidants in black garlic can strengthen the immune system, helping the body defend against infections and illnesses.
  • Antioxidant: Black garlic contains antioxidants, including compounds like S-allyl cysteine. These antioxidants can help combat oxidative stress in the body and reduce the risk of chronic diseases. It is worth noting that black garlic has nearly twice as may antioxidants as raw garlic.
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Black Garlic Scrambled Egg Breakfast Wrap – with the added goodies

Flavour without the Fuss

Whilst I would choose poached eggs on a café menu every time, I find them too exacting, time-consuming, and fiddly to make for a family breakfast. I adore that soft and creamy yolk spilling over sourdough toast, and let’s not talk about hollandaise sauce; it’s simply delicious! So, let’s save that as a treat for catching up with friends at your favourite cafe.

My substitute for that treat is to add some silky-smooth smoked salmon to quick and easy scrambled eggs. Eggs and salmon are a harmonious combination that can make your morning breakie feel like a gourmet treat. The flavour and texture are a match made in breakfast heaven. Black garlic scrambled egg breakfast wrap is an indulgent and nutritious breakfast, providing the protein and omega-3s needed to power through your day.

Black Garlic Scrambled Egg Breakfast Wrap RECIPE

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Black Garlic Scrambled Egg Breakfast Wrap

Prep Time15 minutes
Cook Time10 minutes
Course: Breakfast
Cuisine: Eggs, Vegetarian
Keyword: black garlic, scrambled eggs, smoked salmon, wraps
Servings: 4


  • mixing bowl and whisk
  • non stick skillet or saute pan


  • 8 eggs
  • pinch of salt
  • 4 tbsp pouring cream or whole milk
  • 2 tbsp butter
  • 4 cloves black garlic diced with wet knife
  • chives thinly sliced
  • ground black pepper
  • 200 gms smoked salmon slices
  • 4 small wraps


  • whisk eggs in a bowl with salt and milk or cream
  • melt 1 tbsp butter in saute pan
  • chop remaining butter and add to whisked eggs
  • pour into non stick pan and gently cook on low heat
  • as egg starts to cook on the bottom of the pan make long sweeps across the pan using a silicone spatular
  • remove from heat whilst eggs are still moist
  • add diced black garlic cloves, chopped chives and ground black pepper
  • meanwhile very lightly warm wraps in oven or microwarve
  • lay slices of smoked salmon over halve of each wrap
  • top with scrambled eggs
  • gently fold wrap in half and serve hot.


Black Garlic Scrambled Egg Breakfast Wrap


Meals Made Easy miniTOP TIPS: for black garlic scrambled egg breakfast wrap.
I work on the ratio of 2 eggs per person and half the tablespoons of cream or milk. Alternatively, 1 1/2 eggs per person may be sufficient if they are extra large eggs.
My preference is for cream as it creates beautifully creamy scrambled egg. Look for long-life cream in the supermarket; you’ll always have it on hand for lazy Sunday morning brekkies.
Melted butter in the pan is a ‘must’. Avoid being tempted to use oil.
An extra knob of butter in the whisked eggs before pouring into the pan also helps to create a creamy texture.
Smoked salmon add a salty flavour to Black garlic scrambled egg wrap hence avoid adding too much salt to the whisked eggs.
Whisking eggs immediately before pouring into the pan will ensure they are nice and fluffy.
Low cooking heat is another ‘must’ to allow the eggs to scramble gently. Eggs cooked too quickly with become tough.

Effortless Variation

Spread some black garlic puree on the wrap before spooning on the eggs and salmon. Or swap the wrap for lightly toasted sourdough bread. Black garlic and sourdough bread are a delicious combination with or without eggs.

Black Garlic Scrambled Egg Breakfast Wrap Ready to Eat

Black Garlic Scrambled Egg Breakfast Wrap Recipe

Why aren’t my scrambled eggs fluffy?

  1. Whisk just before cooking: Whisking eggs adds air and volume. However, be careful not to beat over.
  2. Overcooking: Cooking scrambled eggs for too long or at too high a temperature can cause them to become tough and lose their fluffiness. Eggs continue to cook even after you remove them from the heat due to residual heat in the pan, so it’s essential to take them off the heat just before they’re fully set.
  3. Lack of Moisture: Adding a small amount of liquid, such as milk or cream, to your scrambled eggs before cooking can help maintain their moisture and fluffiness. The steam generated from the liquid contributes to the light texture.
  4. Old Eggs:  Using older eggs can sometimes lead to less fluffiness, as the proteins in older eggs can weaken, affecting their ability to trap air during cooking. Using fresh eggs can help.

What is the best thing to mix with scrambled eggs

The possibilities are truly limitless, and as I’ve emphasised in previous recipes, feel free to customise as per your family’s or guests’ preferences. There’s nothing more disheartening than preparing a meal only to have it rejected because of one ingredient someone doesn’t like.

If you’re looking for inspiration here are a few of my suggestions.

  • Fresh herbs: chives, parsley, thyme, or the stronger flavour of tarragon.
  • Dried herbs: paprika or a tiny pinch of dried chilli.
  • A tasty sauce: Tobacco or Worcestershire or Black Garlic Mayo
  • Grated cheese: cheddar or goats.
  • Bacon rashes: or diced cooked in the pan before the eggs.
  • Vegetables: asparagus is delicious with eggs, baby spinach, spring onions or try some roasted cherry tomatoes.

* Remember to include the black garlic cloves; they impart a gentle balsamic note to the creamy eggs.

Empathy Blog Conclusions


Black Garlic Scrambled Egg Breakfast Wrap

Home breakfasts always consisted of cereal and toast before I discovered how quick and easy it is to whip up scrambled eggs. It’s even better now that every kitchen has a dishwasher, as who wants to start the day with a sink full of dishes? Don’t overcomplicate them. It can be as simple as whisking some eggs and adding whatever you have in the fridge. Trust me, they are foolproof!

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