1 egg per portion
(half) a tomato per portion ( I started out with half a tomato per slice of bread, but since I now usually make only one portion, I use the entire tomato and like it that way too)
sambal to taste (this is an Indonesian thing which mixes chili pepper and salt, I usually use about 4 teaspoons or so of it)
4 slices of (vegetarian) pepperoni per portion
brown bread (preferably with sesame seeds) or a simit
Put some olive oil into a frying pan on high heat. While the oil heats up slice the tomato into thin slices. Put the tomato slices into the frying pan. With a spatula or big (wooden) spoon make sure the tomato slices don’t lie on top of one another.
Add the sambal to the frying pan.
Stir for about 15 seconds or until things start to splash because of the heat then add the egg(s) and immediately resume stirring.
Do this until the egg begins to set and starts to properly looks like scrambled eggs then add the pepperoni and put your bread into a toaster.
When the bread is done so are your eggs. Place the dish on the bread and it’s ready to eat.
Menemen is originally a Turkish dish and I found out about it from the following video about food in Berlin.