In a medium bowl, combine the eggs, half and half, and salt, by using a fork or whisk. Beat until well blended, 30-60 seconds.
Heat a nonstick skillet over medium to medium high heat, and add the ghee or butter.
Add the beaten eggs and use a flat spatula to scrape the bottom of the pan as it cooks, in order to form large curds. This should take 1-2 minutes. When the egg is almost completely cooked, add the chunks of salmon, and keep cooking for another minute, until the egg is cooked and the salmon is warm.
Gently fold in the chives, and grind black pepper on top, to taste. Serve right away, and enjoy!
*Instead of half and half, you may substitute milk, water, or 1 tbsp of cream. **I discuss the salmon within the post, but the hot roasted smoked salmon is something I buy, and it's already fully cooked. I buy Changing Seas brand from Whole Foods. You may also substitute a cold smoked salmon or leftover Baked Salmon.