About this recipe:This duck egg scramble is so easy that it hardly needs a recipe, however I do have one or two tips to help you get the most out of your rich, creamy duck eggs. Quality of ingredients is my biggest focus for this dish. The duck eggs come from the neighbour, the butter comes from Wales and the parsley comes straight out of my back garden. I insist on using Maldon® Sea Salt Flakes for all of my cooking and this dish is no exception.
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Method Prep:2min › Cook:2min › Ready in:4min
In a cast iron frying pan over a medium heat, melt 1 tablespoon butter and pour in the duck eggs. Move the eggs around just a little and cook for about 2 minutes, or to taste. The key is to not overcook them.
Transfer the eggs to a warm plate and garnish with the remainder of the butter and a sprig of flat leaf parsley. Season and serve immediately.