Monday, March 6, 2023

Delicious Easy Brunch Ideas You Can Whip Up In Less Than 10 Minutes

Don't always want to spend hours cooking up a delicious brunch? Well then have you come to the right place! The yummy dishes below can be on the table in less than 10 minutes for a satisfying and tasty brunch. Read on to find out more. 

Avocado Toast with eggs 

Avocados are one of the most popular brunch foods right now. That is why we’ll begin with avocado toast. The creaminess of the avocado and egg, along with just a hint of chili from the sriracha makes this a truly scrumptious dish. The great news is it takes mere minutes to make and can be made by all levels of cook. 

All you have to do is take some good quality whole wheat or sourdough bread and toast. While that is happening, fry two eggs in vegetable oil or butter. Heat the eggs slowly, and cover just before they are ready to make sure the yolk is cooked, but still runny. As the eggs and toast cook, take some time to skin and slice and avocado. Add salt and pepper, mash the pulp up with a fork and spread half on each slice of toast. Top with a fried egg and a good squirt of sweet, and spicy Sriracha! Yum! 

Scrambled Eggs with cheese and salsa, Mexican Rice works

One of the best and easiest brunches you can make is scrambled eggs, with cheese, salsa and Mexican rice. The secret to the softest and creamiest scrambled eggs is to heat them very gently and slowly stirring all the time. Add half of your shredded cheese as they cook, and then the other half as they are ready to be served. Salsa, of course, is better when it's homemade, but for convenience's sake, a good store-bought jar will do too. Finish with a side of this delicious Mexican rice, which you can make and then freeze in portions beforehand so all you have to do is heat and serve! 

Pancakes and bacon 

Pancakes and bacon, drenched with butter and maple syrup have to be one of the best brunches around. Happily, it's also one of the easiest to make, especially if you cheat and use store-bought pancakes or ones that you have baked, cooked and then frozen

Indeed, if you are looking for something to soak up the over-indulgences of the night before, having a readily accessible stack of pancakes that you can access along with sausage patties or some good streaky bacon can be a literal lifesaver! 

French toast 

French toast is our last brunch option; you can make it sweet or savory depending on your feelings. But first, let's discover how to make the perfect light and fluffy french toast. The secret is to start with really fresh bread. If you are going for a sweet dish then brioche bread can work well. It can pretty much work with any topping that a pancake would so that means bacon, sausage and maple syrup too. 

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If you would like something wholly savory then a good slice of wholemeal sourdough bread soaked in whipped-up eggs and then fried in butter on each side should do the trick. Serve with ham and cheese for a hearty and filling lunch that will help keep you full till dinner time. 

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