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Such classic simplicty, such a beatiful dish. Such technique! Hollandaise has been known to strike fear in even the most experienced of chefs – the classic technique is marred with fears of curdling. Here, out cheats version is the next best thing. It’s made off the heat, so there’s no chance of curdling. And then there’s the . . . → Read More: Bella’s poached eggs with cheat’s hollandaise, as seen on Food For Life
Joke: How do you like your eggs in the morning? Boiled, fried or fertilized?
Thank our lucky stars that Valentines falls on a Friday this year and that means all the more reason to spoil your special someone with a Saturday morning after Valentine breakfast. Why not offer your date a sleep over and some Presumptuous soft boiled eggs with sexy soldiers. Need more convincing?
Imagine perfectly soft boiled . . . → Read More: Sammy’s soft boiled eggs with 3 different sexy soldiers, as seen on The Morning Show
Summer is definitely on it’s way and we all want to look our best, but we don’t want to sacrifice flavour. This delicious blended juice is the perfect breakfast or snack to keep you healthy and looking good.
This green juice is packed full of superfoods, and interestingly it’s a blended juice, not a juiced juice. What’s the difference? All the dietary fibre remins in the drink rather than . . . → Read More: Recipe: Super Green Thermomix Blended Juice, as seen on The Morning Show
Leeks have to be one of the most versatile and delicious winter vegetables. It belongs to the onion and garlic family but has a much milder and delicate flavor compared to its cousins. This extremely versatile vegetable can be steamed, braised, roasted, puréed, and even charred on the grill. The Turkish boil the layers then fill them with meat. The bottom white part of the leek is cleaned cooked . . . → Read More: Recipe: Charred Leek, Egg, and Hazelnuts, as sen on The Morning Show
This smoothie is all about superfoods. Berries are fantastic as they are low in sugar and high in antioxidants. Almonds add crunch and are low GI, to get you through to lunch. Chia seeds are high in fibre, have more vitamin C than oranges and more calcium than milk. Head down to your local health food store and buy some Maca powder which is kind of like your energizer . . . → Read More: Recipe: Berry, Raw Cacao and Almond Breakfast Smoothie, as seen in Food on Tap
Everyone has heard of green eggs and ham from our favorite author Dr. Seuss! But how many of us have actually made green eggs and ham? Well we have a refined and delicious recipe for you to try at home.
To add a special touch to this recipe we are going to slow cook our whole eggs sous vide style. For this we are using a slow cooker, which . . . → Read More: Recipe: Green “sous vide” Eggs and Ham, as seen on The Morning Show
There aren’t many people who don’t like banana bread. It’s great for breakfast or an evening snack and freezes really well. But, for those who want a little less sweetness and a little more wow factor, we have created a great recipe to add a little zing. By replacing some of the banana with fresh passionfruit and combined with some coconut, you’re left with quite a complex little loaf . . . → Read More: Recipe: Banana, Ricotta and Passionfruit Bread
The chill is starting to set in and a soul warming bowl of porridge is definitely on the cards.
This porridge is super healthy, gluten free and full of natural superfoods – making it the perfect start to a healthy day. Although oats and other wholegrains are good for you, quinoa is much, much better. It’s actually a seed which is incredibly protein rich and is also full . . . → Read More: Recipe: Quinoa Porridge with sweet spiced pumpkin and activated almonds, as seen in Food on Tap
It’s time to celebrate Mum’s across the world, and what better way to treat her than with a delicious breakfast in bed? We asked our mum what her choice would be, and she said a mushroom omlette.
Omlettes have hardly any ingredients, and making them taste good depends on your skill and technique.
So what makes a good omelette? Firstly, we should note that an omelette is not . . . → Read More: Recipe: Mum’s day brekkie in bed: Wild Mushroom Omelette
We love French toast and we have missed it terribly over summer. So with the weather cooling down and a few rainy weekends rolling in, it’s the perfect excuse to revamp our brunch time favorite. We have all seen the sweet and savory French toast with bacon and maple syrup, or stuffed with bitter chocolate. But our twist adds a little nuttiness and spice to a great classic. Its . . . → Read More: Recipe: French toast with home made Almond Butter, as seen in Food on Tap