Baked Eggs in Spicy Tomatoes Munch Munch Munch We love to eat in a Sydney Israeli Cafe called Cafe Shenkin on the weekends and they have this amazing spicey-tomatoesy-dippy-breaky that we love to order. It’s an exotic departure from the usual cafe style big breaky. So this weekend I was inspired to make Shakshuka myself (actually my Partner sent me the link… hint hint) to the recipe published in our local Sydney newspaper the SMH. A few bits were changed around to […]
Munch Munch Bacon and eggs can get a little dull after a while so why not try something a little different for breakfast like beans on toast? This is a really cheap and easy breaky that you can make on mass. It’s also easy to make it vegetarian, just drop the chorizo from the mix. Serves 2 4 slices of bread, toasted. I use Country Life Low GI Dash of Olive oil 1 Chorizo, sliced […]
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Frittering around with leftovers Munch Munch Our Sunday Breakies tend to involve me trying to make something edible with whatever is in the fridge from the weeks food shenanigans. Last night I made my tasty Tuna & Quinoa Fritters, we had a few leftover in the fridge and I thought it could make a really tasty breakie with minimal effort. I reckon this idea would work with other leftovers like Rissoles from the BBQ, Vegie Burger Patties or maybe even Thai […]
A Delightful breakfast replacement to Oats Munch Munch If you’re like me and you’re missing being able to enjoy porridge on crisp mornings try this tasty breakfast treat I created today. It doesn’t take long and has such a soft and delicate flavour. Also would be lovely for a late lunch or afternoon tea. This is easy (I made it for the first time today), filling and makes a lot. After doing just one batch I will probably have it […]
Playing around one morning with more time I my hands than is good for me, I realised that by separately cooking and heating through my Omelette ingredients (not the eggs) rather than just throwing them straight in the mix, the flavours really came out of their shells. Helpful Hint: Add your ingredients as the egg is starting to cook, it helps everything retain it’s individual flavour.
Munch Okay so every Sunday in my little hut unless there is something special planned I make breakfast for the two of us with whatever is in the fridge (he is a lucky boy). As I make it a point to always have Eggs available (they’re so versatile and good for you) it means I just have to get creative with whatever vegies or salad bits are leftover from the week. I decided to make a breakfast style version of a […]
Where it all began… Munch Munch Munch I guess it was this little Breakfast/brunch that started this all. After being impressed with efforts one Sat-dy morning I took some snaps on my iPhone, posted it on my Facebook page and so many friends from all walks of life seemed to like what I’d managed. It was then I thought I’d do them all a favour and stop dumping my Food Pics onto their News Feeds and pop them on my […]