Showing posts with label breakfast recipes. Show all posts
Showing posts with label breakfast recipes. Show all posts

Monday, September 20, 2021

Easy to Create Breakfast Board at Home

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Breakfast in bed...does sounds fancy! Right! But it is simply breakfast served to one in bed upon waking up and anyone can do it. You can also do it. Kahit tuyo, sinangag at itlog pa yan.
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Wednesday, May 27, 2015

A Quick Toast Post

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I'm into runny yolks recently and I'll have them at every opportunity.

I treat myself sometimes and prepare it at home for breakfast over the weekends.

Very quick and easy as quick as frying eggs yet gives you an inch of finesse.

You will need:

2 bread slices (whatever you prefer)
2 fresh eggs
some grated cheese
2 tbsp of oil
salt and pepper
herbs (optional)
frying pan
drinking glass

Place your glass up side down on to the bread, press down hard to take off the middle part of the bread.

Pan on to the stove to heat up, add oil and bread. Crack one egg on each bread, sprinkle some salt and pepper, top with grated cheese.

After couple of minutes, pop into the oven 180 degrees for another minute or until the cheese has melted, don't wait too long to remove it from the oven because our aim is to keep the yolks runny like this

Make some coffee and slice some fresh fruits and enjoy. 
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Friday, August 01, 2014

Avocado Toast

For most Pinoys, avocado is classified as a fruit dessert. Mashed and mixed with sugar, milk in powdered form, a little cold water and some ice, chilled in the fridge and served after lunch or dinner meals.

Little did I know that in other parts of the world, avocado is used as nacho dip, accompaniment in salads, sandwich spread and pasta sauce until I came to Dubai. I know I was naive but I am also a brave soul. A natural foodie, an adventurer. I am now testing unchartered waters and trying avocado in all its possible ways in food preparation.

I gave avocado toast a try and even the picky eater husband loved it. Best for breakfast or quick lunch at the office.

It is a no brainer recipe, all you need is one ripe avocado, two bread slices toasted (I used brown bran bread) a pinch of salt, pepper and chili flakes.

Mash your avocado, keep it a little chunky, spread it on top of your toast, sprinkle with salt, pepper and chili flakes. Voila, you've got a very healthy, curve flattering avocado toast.

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