Air-dried ham with a fried duck egg and Parmesan


8 slices of Parma ham
80g of Parmesan
40g of butter
4 duck eggs
black pepper
1.Pre-heat the oven to 170°C/Gas mark 3
2.Lay the sliced ham on a plate and shave the Parmesan all over it
3.Place 4 non-stick blini pans over a low heat. Add the butter to each and melt
4.Break an egg into each pan and place in the oven. Cook for 2 minutes then check that the eggs are done. The yolks should be runny and bright, and the whites a crystal white
5.Remove the pans from the oven and season the eggs with salt and pepper on the white part only
6.Remove the eggs from pan, making sure not to break the yolk, and place on top of ham and Parmesan. Serve immediately
Sourced from Great British Chef
Ham and eggs
Ham and eggs are a popular combination of foods often served as a breakfast meal in some English-speaking countries; the similar bacon and eggs are more popular in others. The dish was immortalized in Dr. Seuss’s popular Green Eggs and Ham story.
Ohio University Lancaster campus held its 38th Ham and Eggs concert in May 2009.
‘Ham ‘n’ Eggs’ was beaten two to one according to a 1939 New York Times Story reporting on a “huge off-year vote” noting that “California has declined ‘ham and eggs’, a billion dollar pension plan.”
When Henry Puyi became Kang Teh, Emperor of the Manchurian Empire, he was noted in a 1934 Associated Press story for his taste for ham and eggs, and other Western style dishes.
Another use of the phrase “ham and eggs” is used as a derogatory term describing a person(s). Also could be called a “ham n’ egger” or “egger”. This phrase was brought to light in the original “Rocky” movie, filmed in 1979. Rocky downplays his chances as a title contender, referring to himself as “just some ham n’ egger from South Philly”.