This recipe is an at-home version of my favourite dish from Patricia’s Coffee Bar in Glasgow’s southside (somewhere I recommend everyone should go). The café no longer has the item on their menu so I just had to make it for myself.
The dish is essential toast topped with caramelised onions, soft cheesy scrambled eggs and crispy kale.
This recipe is perfect for a summer brunch and is super easy to make in large quantities for guests. It’s a sort of take on bruschetta while using middle eastern flavours and adding a beautifully runny boiled egg on top.
This recipe makes two giant hash browns loaded with bacon, egg, and a spicy sauce! Craving a hash brown breakfast? These egg and bacon hash browns will sort you out! They are so tasty and perfect for that Sunday brunch you’ve been dreaming of all week.
Shakshuka is a Middle Easter and North African dish that is eaten for breakfast. This shakshuka recipe takes influence from the Middle East using spices like sumac and za’atar. This is an easy and filling recipe perfect for a weekend breakfast.
These are some of the fluffiest gluten free pancakes with a delightful slight chew. All of the ingredients for the pancake base are likely to be in your cupboard already making them ideal for a weekend breakfast.