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|It been a while seens I have seen a new tread. Let hear about some of POF favorite breakfast ideas. I make a chicken fried steak sandwich. I bread cube steak with flour, egg wash and saltine crackers. fry it in bacon fat on both sides until golden brown. serve on a toasted chabatta roll. topped with two slice of thick bacon and fry egg. served with some homemade cream grave on the side. Get cure for a hangover. Serve with bloodmary|
Posted: 4/20/2012 2:16:55 PM
|Depends on how much time I have. Bake a potato in the microwave until almost done. Dice up and fry with onions until golden brown. Break in a couple eggs,stir up and cook until the eggs are done. Add your favorite seasonings and enjoy. I like to add a dollop of nacho cheese and a couple dashes of Frank's Red Hot.|
Posted: 4/20/2012 3:57:47 PM
|OP: That sounds (sort of) yum........can you give the actual recipe? How would someone....like me....make that scrumbly sounding yum?|
Posted: 4/20/2012 5:46:17 PM
|I have a few "old standby" favorite breakfasts for guests ... |
the most popular is probably my baked French style cinnamon toast that I assemble in a buttered rectangular baking dish the night before, refrigerate overnight, then put it in a 325 degree oven before my guests get up the next morning ... basically, it's slices of bread layered in the baking dish with the egg custard poured over ... approximately 1 egg, 1 tbsp sugar, lots of cinnamon and nutmeg and whatever your favorite milk is, about 4-6 tbsp per slice of bread ... I then sprinkle extra cinnamon and nutmeg on the top before baking ... if it looks dry, I add more milk, taking care not to get it too wet ... this one is VERY easy to do in the morning so I can spend time with guests ...
another popular one is more labor-intensive in the morning and involves making a pot of freshly brewed coffee ... chunking up and frying bacon then adding potatoes, onions and bell peppers ... finishing this off with eggs, cooked to my guests' preference ... God willing ... otherwise, they sometimes have to live with scrambled eggs!!!
this morning, I made wheat-free muffins with bananas and strawberries ... nutmeg! put raw sugar crystals on the top as they went in the oven ... yum! they turned out GREAT!
aren't people just SOOO picky about their eggs!? one friend INSISTS on sunny-side-up, practically raw ... my granddaughter has to have the yolks runny but the whites solid ... another grandkid wants the entire egg cooked to the consistence of a rubber ball ... and me? I like my eggs over easy!
but ... when they stick to the pan or just don't turn out ... they get 'em scrambled! I'm not a chef and don't have to turn out stellar performances every time!
Posted: 4/20/2012 5:47:22 PM
|nice red potatoes, sliced and then friend with onion/salt,pepper - when potatoes are almost done, throw in some diced red/green pepper, and your favorite smoked farmers sausage, sliced up .... serve eggs on the side your favorite way ... this is my favorite morning camping meal ... :)|
Posted: 4/20/2012 7:35:13 PM
|Never been much of a breaky eater, but when I am in the mood? I love eggs sunny side up, homemade hashbrowns, with lotsa onions, my all time fav, BACON, and toast with a couple of cups of fresh brewed coffee....now OP, why did yu have to go and post this? It is nitetime and I want breaky! lol|
Posted: 4/20/2012 8:04:54 PM
|I'm more of a brunch guy myself. but' breakfast is good any time of day. If I have it planned out i like to marinate the cube steak in buttermilk overnight and then bread it.|
Posted: 4/20/2012 8:09:46 PM
|I have even as a child not been much of an egg eater. But age caught up with me, and now I have figured out that the best egg dish is done in a double boiler. Yeah, you heard me, read me!! Perfect two eggs done that way. Plate, then gets a good piece of cheese, my eggs, one toast with peach jam and skim milk. Oh, and the eggs must have catsup on them and a good black pepper and a wee bit of salt. Sometimes, not often though, some sliced (slim cut) ham, also on the place. Better yet, and sometimes I do this, squeezed orange juice. PERFECT BREAKFAST!! |
I sure HATED eggs when I was little. No two ways about it!!
Posted: 4/21/2012 5:55:22 AM
|Poach two eggs until yolks are almost fully cooked, but still a smidge runny.|
Put each on top of a piece of toasted whole grain bread that has a piece of fried ham/turkey/etc., melted cheese, and some sauteed onion.
Filling and yummy!
Posted: 4/21/2012 7:45:49 AM
|as a take-off on eggs benedict i sometimes use alfredo sauce instead of hollandaise...a nice change|
Posted: 4/21/2012 1:55:27 PM
|I like potatoes for breakfast , like most breads and muffins, do not like regular French toast but like the baked French toast without nutmeg. I love good biscuits and gravy and bacon is always yummy. I love breakfast on weekends and when on vacation.|
Posted: 4/21/2012 2:15:11 PM
|that sounds so delicious!|
i just make scambled eggs melted with cheese
Posted: 4/21/2012 11:38:07 PM
|french toast made with pumpkin or zuccini bread..........either crispy fried scrapple or thick sliced pepper bacon...........apple butter for the french toast and scrapple|
then theres the old standby..........nice thick slice of ham........couple of eggs over easy and rye toast
or diced ham........fried taters [with onion of course]........a couple of eggs scrambled in........a couple of slices of cooper sharp cheese...........rye toast
ok ok..............a banana............container of yougurt..........and oj..................see?....i can eat healthy
Posted: 4/22/2012 3:10:44 AM
|I'm making a favourite weekend breakfast... eggs, sausage, bacon, toast, grits, coffee and orange juice... |
Posted: 4/22/2012 3:19:37 AM
|Favourite(s)not quite.Just really Like &etc. |
Steak potatoes sunnysideupeggs jam &or pb with butter on whitetoast
Blackbean fried dacefish bamboo shoots/radish tofu & rice in tea
BLT Sandwhiches with few other things
Tuna cheese sandwhiches with tabasco
Smokedsalmon on crackers
Nutella &maybe with pb/jam/fresh bananas sandwhiches with cold milk
Hot White coffee with an egg in it
Vietnamese bun & pho noodle
Stew/curry with naan bread
Jamaican beef patties/pizza pops
Posted: 4/22/2012 11:34:25 AM
|There are lots of threads on this site for Breakfast ( type in search box Breakfast in the cooking and recipe thread.|
|easy breakfast burritos|
Posted: 4/22/2012 2:54:46 PM
|I don't like most breakfast food and am just as likely to dinner leftovers. I did find something I really like - breakfast burritos. You can make up a batch, freeze them individually, then heat in the microwave. |
Large flour tortillas
Salsa of your choice
Whatever else you like to put into them: shredded cheese, chopped onions, peppers, tomatoes, ham, bacon, whatever
Wax paper or deli paper
Zip lock plastic bags
Scramble up some eggs. Warm tortillas in microwave to soften. Assemble burritos with whatever ingredients you like. Wrap each in a piece of wax paper or deli wrap paper. Store in ziplock bags and freeze. They can be individually heated in the microwave. I usually do one minute, turn it over, then another minute.
I like these. They are easy, tasty, and convenient.
|easy breakfast burritos|
Posted: 4/22/2012 9:12:10 PM
|my favorite breakfast......|
chipped beef gravy on toast
quick, easy and oh so good!
|easy breakfast burritos|
Posted: 4/23/2012 12:33:53 AM
|schrobe: fried onion, dill and whipping cream mixed into eggs.........it's awesome.|
and i'm also a huge corn beef hash fan.
|easy breakfast burritos|
Posted: 4/23/2012 1:28:48 AM
|CornBeef now theres a good meal too|
make a mug of coffee,settle with a plate of cornbeef & rice early morning.
Others for BreakFast:
hashbrown & flapperjacks,waffles with carrots
HotCereal/cereal i.e cornpuffs
oatmeal with homemade applesauce
peaches & cheese
bacon sausage ham/steak fried rice
Ramen with mushrooms
Posted: 4/24/2012 6:39:46 AM
|One of my favorites: Make a peanut butter and banana sandwich, dip the whole sandwich in egg, milk and cinnamon as you would for french toast, cook on both sides, drizzle with warm jam.. YUM!|
Posted: 4/24/2012 9:04:10 AM
|that sounds good, EastCoastGirl ... |
you could make a Monte Cristo for breakfast! fill two pieces of bread with whatever ... ham and turkey maybe? dip in an egg batter and fry on a griddle ... THAT sounds good! yum ... I've never actually DONE it but it sounds like a great idea for breakfast for one or two ...
I rarely MAKE breakfast for one ... on those rare occasions when I'm so fortunate as to be making breakfast for two ... that would be nice, though ... (smiling)
Posted: 4/24/2012 12:22:09 PM
|molly...monte cristos are easy to make...i used to use ham, turkey, dijon and i slice of swiss in them when they were called for at the restaurant...awfully messy to make tho...my only complaint|
Posted: 4/24/2012 2:28:04 PM
These are really easy to make. Almost like making french toast Except having stuffing in between two pieces of bread with eggs n etc. Can bake or fry them n add anything thing inside. We used to make n after baking them we would drizzled with powdered sugar n drizzle with honey or syrup n would have homemade preserves to put on top or cut a piece off n dip in preserves. Good anytime. My brothers would always want theirs fried.
Posted: 4/24/2012 7:13:59 PM
|i had breakfast for supper tonight...found some strawberries tucked away in a corner of the freezer...made a kind of compote out of them...thickened with a bit of corn starch...thought crepes would be a good vehicle to transport the berries to my gullet...a dollop of whipped cream on top....(was gonna make mascarpone but meh...it can wait)...and a side of thick cut bacon...yummy|