Quick, easy, tasty, healthy. This dish uses Isernios chicken breakfast sausage that is much more healthy than any pork sausage and actually tastes really good. Of course if you prefer another, use whatever chicken sausage you want. So this dish can be made in about 8 minutes. By the way, the yellow tomatoes in the picture look like a quail egg yolk or something. It’s actually just a tomato in case you are wondering. But sunny side up eggs is also an option here so feel free to go that route if you want. You want scrambled eggs? Get crazy and go scrambled you wild thing! Remember, recipes are always just a starting point, so change up whatever you want in this recipe.
I’m not a huge fan of pancakes, I’ve always been a french toast kind of guy. Ricotta pancakes however are a different story, these taste a hell of a lot better then a normal pancake in my book. Add some fresh blackberries and bananas and you have yourself a tasty little breakfast treat. You can find the recipe I used by Bobby Flay at the Food Network site.
Delicious shrimp corn cakes with fresh avocado and poached eggs. This is a delicious breakfast and pretty easy to make. All it takes is some shrimp, corn, red pepper, bread crumbs, salt and pepper for the shrimp corn cakes. A dollop of fresh avocado and a couple of poached eggs make this one of my favorite breakfasts to eat.
This is a great little breakfast dish that will impress whoever you are cooking for and it’s pretty easy to make. The combination of ingredients are great but what really makes this dish stand out is the Chipotle cream sauce.
5-6 Yukon gold baby potatoes
1 can of black beans
2 green onions
4 fresh eggs Goat cheese
1/4 of a tomato
2 tbsp of sour cream
1 tsp of sauce from a can of Chipotle chiles in Adobo sauce
1 ounce of milk salt Pepper
Start out by heating up water in a pan so you can poach your eggs. If you’ve never poached eggs before, here is a YouTube video of how to poach eggs. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XB3sUY0gZr4. Throw a large skillet on an as well over medium heat and add a tablespoon of olive … Read More »
One of my all time favorite breakfast items to eat is french toast. Not the healthiest but who cares. You can’t eat healthy all the time or you will die having missed out on some great meals, right? This is my spin on some french toast from inspiration from a couple of restaurants I’ve been to over the years, one of them being Cafe 21 here in San Diego. By the way if you’ve never tried Cafe 21 in San Diego, you need to try it out. Since I try to cook healthy most of the time and rarely keep white bread in the house, I make this with wheat bread but by all means if you want to try this with white bread, go for it. In my opinion it tastes even better with white bread so the choice … Read More »