This time I added a couple of my favorite veggies...sweet potatoes and asparagus. Asparagus has officially taken over the farmer's market. The result was this colorful and delicious hash...that I just had to
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One of my favorite things about being a food blogger, is that all of my family and friends started sending me their favorite recipes or fun ones that they see elsewhere. This is a result of that, thank you Kristen! And you guys should thank her too, because now you have an awesome brunch option for this weekend.
I made a quick attempt at breading the onion instead of straight up sauteing like they did. A sauteed onion would be tasty too, but I definitely liked the extra crunch the panko added. When you're reading the recipe directions, the quick breading may seem like a pain in the butt to do in the morning, but it's really not, I encourage you to take the extra steps to give some crunch to your brunch! I deserve to be made fun of for that line...go ahead.
Before we get into this post I'm hoping you can teach me how to spell omelette. Or is it omelet? I don't know. HELP!
Now it's time to get personal. It was late one night, Essential Pépin came on local tv and was showing all of the ways to make an omelet. The man is just amazing, his voice and demeanor are so soothing and his food makes me drool. He's amazing.
I guess we should move on from my crush of Jacques Pépin to this Flat Sweet Potato Omelet. On this special night I had with Jacques he made
The little green balls of death are back and as good as ever!
Shredded into a hash and with a soft boiled egg on top. I had never soft boiled an egg before and I can't wait to do it again. I found it a lot easier than poaching an egg and the yolk is still nice and runny.
Also, initially I wasn't planning on including the tomatoes, but when I went to the market I had a taste and they were so good I couldn't resist. I'm glad I picked them up as they definitely added a nice flavor to the dish. And did I mention I caramelized the shallots in brown sugar? Yes, I had some fun - bacon, caramelized shallots, little green balls of death and a soft boiled egg!
We had this
I have a very simple, yet satisfying, breakfast for you today. Something that is not simple about this is it's name, I feel like there is a never ending list of what to call it. I call it Egg in the Hole, but it's also known as Rocky Mountain Toast, Eggs in a Blanket, Frog in the Hole, Bird's Nest, Cowboy Eggs, One Eyed Jacks, Toad in a Hole, okay I'll stop now, but really the list coud go on.
I like it simple with plain old wheat bread, but you can also branch out and