Saturday, 16 June 2012


Eggs Benedict w Smoked Salmon on English Muffins + Freshly squeezed Orange juice = Perfect Weekender Breakfast

Fry them, boil 'em, bake 'em! Eggs are incredibly versatile and popular as brekky food, they contain a large amount of nutrients as well as cholestrol (hmm, best not to think too much about the latter for now, I guess). 

On Sat/Sun mornings, I love to prepare my own brekky. Having eggs for brekky helps me stay energized and maintain a feeling of fullness for a long time. My favourite egg brekky recipe is the simple and basic poached egg. 

Growing up, poached eggs were something we ate out at fancy caf├ęs or restos. The good news is, it's actually very easy to make - anyone can try this at home! ;D

Nothing is more seductive than cracking a poached egg and finding a deliciously runny yolk

Poached Eggs on Hot Cakes topped with Smoked Salmon + Sour Cream

Refreshing very berry juice a la Petit Macaron

Green Power Brekkie - Poached Eggs on Turkish + Spirulina juice and Spinach Fetta pastry


4 Eggs (preferably fresh and organic)
2 tsp white wine vinegar

1. Half-fill a large shallow frying pan with water, bring to boil.
2. Add white wine vinegar into boiling water, stir boiling water to make a whirlpool.
3. Crack one egg and slide into pan and repeat process with three more eggs.
4. Wait for 4 minutes, remove each egg with a slotted spoon and transfer on to an absorbent paper, keep warm and serve.

PS: What's your favourite eggalicious brekky?

1 comment:

  1. You are ready to go into Master Chef.

    Your comment about the runny egg yolk sounds like Matt Preston :p


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