Food Recipe For Breakfast
Delicious food recipe for breakfast recipes from www.nonnascooking.com
Fatteh with hummus | This recipe is a popular breakfast dish all over the Levant and dates back as far as the time of the Crusaders. I prefer to have this on a hot summer night as it's light and refreshing. Serve it individually or on a large platter for everyone to share, mezza-style. As we say in Arabic, sahtan – enjoy in good health.
Russian sweet cheese fritters (syrniki) | I grew up with a mum who worked full-time, so my brother and I had pretty simple breakfasts before heading to school. But she loved to spoil us on the weekends by making something special for breakfast. Syrniki (seer-nee-kee) were one of these treats and I missed them terribly when I moved away from Russia. Syrniki are fritters made from a farmer’s cheese called tvorog and I couldn’t find a good substitute in the US or Canada for the longest time. It’s v
Brioche | This classic French bread is rich and slightly sweet, with a soft, golden crust and a yellow, buttery, cakey crumb. It is widely eaten in France - with coffee for breakfast, as a roll with dinner, or as a base for any number of desserts. At River Cottage, we like to toast brioche and serve it with a smooth chicken liver pate, and a little fruit jelly. Contrary to popular belief, as bread goes, brioche is pretty straightforward. The dough is very soft to handle though, so kneading in
Palestinian sumac chicken with sautéed onions (msakhan) | “Bread is so important in the cooking of the Middle East and there are breads that are particular for breakfast, lunch and dinner. The bakers in Amman come from the many countries that surround Jordan, and many are refugees, but bread is a reminder of who you are and where you are from. This recipe is based on a bread called taboun from Palestine: chicken spiced with cinnamon, nutmeg and sumac is placed on lightly caramelised onions and i
Vietnamese soup (pho) | Pho (pronounced "fahr") is a light, fragrant soup eaten for breakfast and all through the day. It is one of the Vietnamese’s most loved dishes. The secret to this recipe lies in the quality of the stock – along with the beautiful spices. Pho is comfort food for chef Luke Nguyen, who demonstrates how to make pho in Hanoi. You might also like this vegan-friendly version.
Ful medames (slow-cooked fava beans with lentils) | This recipe for braised fava beans with lentils is Egypt's national dish, and is traditionally cooked overnight in a copper pot so it's ready for a hearty breakfast. It is typically eaten with Egyptian bread as a tasty and filling start to the day, particularly during Ramadan when Muslims fast during daylight hours. It pairs beautifully with many spicy, crunchy treats such as the bright-pink pickled turnips (coloured with beetroot) and crunchy
Black pudding and chorizo clafoutis | “I was heading down to Madrid University where the first-ever Madrid Street Food Festival was setting up. I’d met a couple of guys with a food van and they were cooking a slow-roasted shoulder of ibérico pork. I wanted to come up with something that was inspired by my time here but also a dish that pushed the boundaries a bit, after all, this was a food festival! I’d had some delicious fried churros for breakfast and that gave me an idea. I made up a basi