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sandwich recipes

Sandwich recipes are one quick and easy breakfast,brunch or snack idea we can make with our own combination of available ingredients.

How to poach an egg

How to poach an egg. Easy step by step recipe, with all you need to know. A few things to keep in mind. 1. It is very important to use really fresh eggs. 2. You have to check the consistency of the egg after 3-5 minutes of cooking time in order to get a soft […]

Banana Cherry Bread

This is a must when there is few overripe bananas at home.Few warm slices with a glass of milk make my breakfast a leisurely one.  Hubby bought a box of dry cherries from Seattle farmer’s Markets which are the best so far i have eaten. I used those in my bread but you can replace […]

Mughlai Egg Curry Recipe

A typical rich Mughlai Curry flavored with aromatic spices, saffron and spoonful of cashew nut paste. From the original site: was thinking of an alternative to use all the pastes I have prepared for the Mughalai Chicken, then a wild thought crossed my mind why not make Mughalai egg Curry out of it. Get the […]

Fudgy Cocoa Brownie

Today, brownies can be found with a number of flavor variations and add-ons, such as peanut butter, mint, coffee, raspberry, white chocolate, almonds, raisins, candies, or caramel but out of all these Cocoa Brownie is my second favorite flavor after Classic Chocolate Brownies (see recipe here), ultra rich, deep, dark cocoa flavor, these brownies are […]

Southwest Omelet Cups

This looks like a great idea from @perrysplate . Customizable omelet cups, perfect for feeding the kiddos! These are also great low carb quick morning meal options as well. From the original site: These omelet cups were a favorite of ours. I’ve made them a few times and found they really energized the tired granola/oatmeal/pancake […]

Smoked Salmon with Caramelized Onion Quiche

The always lovely Dorothy from Shockingly Delicious sends us this lovely Salmon and Caramelized Onion Quiche! Yeah, real men don’t eat quiche (does anyone even GET that bizarre reference these days?) but a good quiche is way yummy… so check it out! We – children and adults alike – love our smoked salmon in the […]

Spotlight: Asparagus in Egg Wrap

Love this simple dish from Eating Pleasure! Simple, healthy, and beautiful to look at. Wouldn’t this make a lovely brunch dish? Read on for more about this lovely asparagus rolls! I found some big fat juicy organic asparagus from Jusco the other day. I bought a bunch of them for about RM4.80. Instead of stir […]

Spinach Gorgonzola Frittata

Frittatas make a great light dinner, or a easy to serve brunch dish– If you’ve never made one, they are easier to get right than an omelet, and have a very pretty presentation!  Here’s a tasty looking one from My Kitchen Addiction  (previously featured in our Quiche Roundup)… I have to admit that I am […]

Waffled Monte Cristo Sandwich

The Monte Cristo is a legendary artery-clogging treat: it’s a breaded and deep-fried ham sandwich served with a side of raspberry jam and sprinkled with powdered sugar. Sounds amazing, but it’s not something I want to serve to my toddlers. Enter the waffle iron: I can make the sandwich fun and kid-friendly by making it […]

Spotlight – Chinese Tea Leaf Eggs

Browsing the webs for more interesting egg ideas, I wandered across this by NoobCook.  If you’re not going to go for dying the outsides of eggshells this year, perhaps this would be a fun and tasty alternative!  I’ve seen these before and they always struck me as so beautiful…  I’ve also seen this done with […]

How to make cake filled eggshells
How to make Cake Eggs!

Easter is around the corner!  How about something really different and special this year?  Cakes, baked in eggshells! These are easy and fun to make (though a little time consuming), and would be a great project to do with the kids.  They would also make an impressive addition to a fancy brunch.  Or a clever […]

Birds Nest Macaroons for Easter!

I love this simple idea for an Easter or Spring themed sweet treat from Sunday Hotpants!  Something a little unusual, and tasty too…  (Sigh, I don’t like coconut… I wonder if anything else could be substituted and still get the same effect?) She writes: I’m not very good at getting things posted for the holidays, […]