Give me your best breakfast recipe

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  1. HotRodSteve

    HotRodSteve Friend of Leo's

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    My favorite breakfast is an omelette, just heat up some meat, butter and whatever vegetation is in the fridge, a couple eggs and cheese on top.
     
  2. Boblets

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    I like to make the "bobelette" omelette.

    Put omelette pan on stove top and turn to low heat. Teaspoon of coconut oil in pan to aid cooking.

    Two eggs, large dab of sour cream.

    Shake with determined vigour in a shaker with one of those wire sphere thingies that bobs up and down as you shake.

    Pour the shaken result into the pan, aim for the little pool of coconut oil, because you can.

    Embellish your omelette. I add some canned mixed beans, some may like to use mushrooms etc.

    Put lid on pan and allow to cook for about four minutes.

    I drink my glass of water with mother loaded apple cider vinegar during this time.

    Rise from backside, turn heat off stove whilst leaving lid on the pan.

    Make two cups of espresso on super duper Italian espresso machine.

    By the time the coffee is done the omelette is ready.

    Plate and eat.

    This non-stir omelette come out like a baked egg custard.
     
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    Cheerios, Flax Granola, a banana, skim milk, no added sugar. Every day for 30 years and I look forward to it. I could eat it every meal. I eat a pretty big bowl of it, more like a medium sized mixing bowl. Sometimes 2 bananas sliced in there if they're small.
     
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    Tuna, cheese and mushroom omelette.
     
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    I buy Whitewings shaker bottle of buttermilk pancake mix, add water and shake. In 10 mins I end up with a nice stack of Pancakes ready to smother in real butter and Maple syrup. Add bacon, fried tomato and eggs if you want. Served with a large hot coffee and followed by a cigarette.

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  9. Guitarteach

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    Full English of course... or a bacon buttie and strong cup of tea if on the move.


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    Unless there is left over curry, chilli or pizza!


    If I have time, I do like a good Eggs Benedict or will make an omelette.. mushroom, ham, Italian sausage, lots of cheddar with baked beans and fried potatoes.
     
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  12. Durtdog

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    Quick and easy...brown some chorizo in olive oil, fry 2 eggs in the same pan, when you turn them add enchilada sauce. Top with cotija cheese, plain yogurt and cilantro.
     
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  14. Bones

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    Bacon.
     
  15. Whatizitman

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    Chorizo, bacon, frijoles, cheese, potato, homemade salsa..... on a flour tortilla. Yes, flour is proper for breakfast tacos. Flour tortillas for regular tacos, OTOH, is a romper room no-no.
     
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    And use toast to soak up all the drippings that are left behind. Waste not want not.
     
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    Omelettes? Good breakfast are great, but a hassle to put together. Unless you follow my way! Prep is the deal. Onions, mushrooms, scallions, tomatoes, green peppers, whatever veggies you like, follow these instructions. Saute/grill your fav veggies in a frying pan with olive oil. Place them on a paper towel to drain. Chop them to your fav size or leave alone. place in fridge to cool. Then place on a flat plate surface in the freezer. When frozen, crumble them up into a Freezer bag. For the next week or so, you crack two eggs, whipem good, add any seasoning and drop the pieces frozen into the egg in the pan. I even have Jimmy Dean Turkey sausage ready to go this way. I just toss a table spoon into the mix. THe prep of the veggies is like a one time thing compared to the extended benefits. AND, they are frozen, use them at will or even, for other dishes. It saves by not having to toss or smell turning veggies left from the last omelette you made.
     
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    Top this. I dare you.
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    What if Sebastian is out that day? Do you order differently, or leave?
     
  20. beninma

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    Get a good bagel, or some sourdough bread. For a bagel some flavors work others don't. Nothing sweet.

    Toast the bagel, butter the bagel. Cut an Avocado in half, half the avocado should be enough to spread on the bagel/bread. Then Sprinkle a little bit of sea salt on top of the avocado. You really need 2 people for this otherwise it's too much avocado.

    Usually served with scrambled eggs... Melt butter in the pan, add eggs (no milk!), add sea salt & pepper. Optionally add some cheddar or mozzarella cheese at the end.

    This has been more appealing lately after consumption of avocados has been politicized by the right wing/baby boomers? Avocados are not expensive at the grocery store, it seems like they might be at some trendy NYC breakfast joints. But apparently it's really unamerican and indulgent to have Avocado at breakfast and it's a sign millennials are irresponsible.

    Haha.. I usually make pour over coffee too, live the stereotype.
     
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