Here’s a good one, Brunch Time Sausage and Egg Croissants. This recipe is super tasty and perfect for those times when you have a few friends stay overnight. Imagine how pleased your friends would feel if they were presented with this when they wake up.
Meatless Breakfast Nachos makes for a great hangover cure. A pile of corn tortilla chips, sweet potato, corn, black beans, cheese, tomato salsa, avocados topped with fried eggs. It’s a crazy combination that works. Serve with Crema Mexicana or Sour Cream.
Today’s recipe is a Deep Dish Broccoli Bacon Quiche. It’s a thing of beauty – a crumbly, buttery pastry filled with a rich broccoli and bacon baked custard. Deep Dish Broccoli Bacon Quiche is an ideal brunch dish. Serve with a tasty side salad and enjoy.
Cod kedgeree is a great meal. It is a combination of flaked fish, rice and eggs, married together with herbs and spices, and great anytime of the day. There are many variations of this dish. From the traditional use of smoked haddock to the addition of dried fruit. Today’s recipe is a more subtle version, using unsmoked fish with just a hint of spicy heat, and a touch of herbs.
Who doesn’t love brunch on a Saturday or Sunday? I usually opt for eggs for brunch with some sort of breakfast meat or fish. There are times though, when I avoid eating meat. Not often, but there are times. On those days potato zucchini frittata works a treat.
Finding a great hangover breakfast or brunch is always difficult when in need. Now I’m not recommending you overdo it with the drinking, but if you do, beef and sweet potato hash is an expert recovery meal. It’s lean, nourishing and above all, gosh darn tasty.