Brunch

Hey guys!

Today I want to share with you a few pictures of yesterday’s brunch at my place. Brunch is probably my favourite meal EVER! There are salty and sweet dishes, and usually there are tons of stuff to eat.

Yesterday, I gathered few of my girlfriends for a brunch at my place which was a first. And it was so much fun!

Brunch

Brunch

Brunch

Brunch

For this occasion, I made some of my favourite brunch dishes: pancakes, oven roasted potatoes and apple crumble (and also eggs, bacon, smoked salmon, salads,…)

Pancakes

For my pancakes, I usually use Aunt Jemima pancake mix brought back from the USA. It’s delicious. If you don’t have any, here is a recipe for American Pancakes

Oven Roasted Potatoes

I LOVE some good old roasted potatoes (or hash browns) for brunchs and breakfasts. Follow my recipe to make these:

*1kg of potatoes (I choose the ones special for oven bake)
* 3 tablespoon olive oil
* 2-3 teaspoons of paprika
* 1-2 teaspoons garlic salt
* Pepper & salt
*Rosemary (4 branches)

It’s up to you to leave to skin on or not (I didn’t). Cut the potatoes in little pieces (not too little). Toss the paprika, the garlic salt, the salt&pepper and the olive oil. Mix it all together in the plate with the potatoes (use your fingers). Add two branches of rosemary on top and put it in the oven at 220°C for 30 minutes. Pull it out, mix it all together (rosemary also) and put it back in the oven for another 15 to 20 minutes.

Then, add two branches of rosemary on top for decoration

Apple Crumble

Probably one of my favourite dessert, and surely my favourite one to bake. It’s easy, and SO DELICIOUS!

My recipe (for a big plate like this one – for 10 ppl or so):

* 6-7 apples (depends on their size)
*150gr flour
*150gr sugar
*125gr butter
* 3 teaspoons of cinnamon

Peel and cut the apple in little pieces (1-2 cm long and large) put them in the plate. Over that I toss a little bit of sugar and the cinnamon, and mix everything together to make sure the cinnamon is spreaded in the entire plate. In a bowl, put the flour the sugar and the butter (my advice is to let the butter out of the fridge about 30 min before so it’s not too hard. And also cut it in small pieces). Mix them together to create something that looks like sand (kinda thick, but not a paste). Put it on top of the apples and then in the oven for 30 minutes at 210°C.

(I usually put it back in the oven for a little bit before serving it. It’s warm and the apple melted a little more, DELICIOUS!

There we go, my tips for a super dupper yummy brunch!

Now, let’s be serious, what do you do for brunchs? Got a favourite place to go (LET ME KNOW!!!!) or some yummy recipes?

xx

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