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  • Fruit crepe recipe

    Crepe Recipe

    This crepe recipe is quick and simple to make every time, but leave out the alcoholic port if you're serving these fruit crepes to kids! You can also make this crepe recipe and serve it simple with a sprinkle or sugar and slices of lemon if you're looking for a classic Pancake Day treat!

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    (7 ratings)
  • Spaghetti carbonara

    Spaghetti carbonara recipe is a classic Italian dish. It's quick and easy to make with egg, Parmesan and plenty of pancetta. This recipe serves 2 people and will take around 15-20 mins to prepare and cook. This traditional carbonara recipe is a real favourite! Infused with salted pancetta, plenty of Parmesan and a clove of garlic, it's the perfect family meal. This pasta dish uses 1 egg and 2 egg yolks to make it richer in flavour and texture. If you don't have any pancetta in the fridge, you could use bacon instead. Follow our step-by-step video guide for delicious pasta every time. If you want to give this pasta a twist add a handful of chestnut mushrooms to make a mushroom carbonara. You could also add spinach and tenderstem broccoli to the pasta too.

    • 3
    (378 ratings)
  • How to poach an egg

    How to poach an egg - in four simple steps! These perfect poached eggs are great served on a hot, buttered crumpet for breakfast or in a tasty Eggs Benedict . You just need to add a drop of vinegar to the water to help keep the egg together. This easy video recipe will show you how to poach the perfect egg every time. Once you've mastered this technique you'll be able to show off your skills to friends and family - why not serve poach eggs on toast with smashed avocado and cracked black pepper for the ultimate on-trend brunch? This is a key cooking technique which is worth practising - as it's difficult to get right first time but so easy once you've mastered it.

    • 4
    (21 ratings)
  • How to make an omelette

    How to make an omelette

    With a box of eggs in the fridge you really have got a fast, healthy and cheap meal at your fingertips. Omelettes are so quick and easy to make you can be tucking into a satisfying hot meal within 5 minutes of cracking the first egg...

    • 5
    (3 ratings)
  • brie quiche

    Brie quiche with cranberries

    A Brie quiche with hints of cranberry is a fantastic way to use up any cheeseboard leftovers. It’s rich, indulgent and fantastical good! A quiche is the perfect buffet dish, and this Brie quiche has some extra festive flair. We’ve added streaky bacon to our Brie quiche, but you can leave it out to make this recipe veggie friendly if you prefer.

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    (0 ratings)
  • Sweetcorn fritters

    Sweetcorn fritters are the perfect easy recipe for the whole family. These crispy sweetcorn fritters take 20 minutes to make and are loved by kids and grown-ups. This recipe is so simple you could get the kids involved in the making and cooking process. Let them measure, whisk and help with cooking the fritters. This recipe makes 10 fritters - perfect for lunch or dinner served with potatoes and salad. Serve your sweetcorn fritters with a dip like sweet chilli sauce for an added kick of spice or mayo for a light, creamy taste. You could try this recipe with other tinned vegetables too like peas or beans.

    • 4
    (206 ratings)
  • bubble and squeak

    Bubble and squeak

    Bubble and squeak makes a delicious meal at any time of the day, from breakfast right through to dinner time. It's the perfect recipe to make when you have all that left over mashed potatoes in the fridge from dinner the evening before and takes just ten minutes prep time. If you are using ready-mashed potatoes then you can just skip straight to step two. Using traditional flavours we've made this bubble and squeak recipe simple to follow with classic shredded cabbage, smooth mashed potatoes and a few peppery spring onions. To take your meal to the next level we've added a delicious smoky egg to the top of our bubble and squeak, to give it a modern twist.

    • 5
    (3 ratings)
  • Gary Rhodes' bacon and potato frittata

    A frittata is always a quick and easy recipe to whip up if you don't much time to cook a meal. Trust celebrity chef, Gary Rhodes, to help you turn some humble eggs, potatoes and bacon into a delicious and cheesy frittata for brunch, lunch or dinner. This frittata recipe serves 4 people, so you can cook a delicious meal for your family using this recipe. This frittata takes 45 mins to make so you won't have to spend much time in the kitchen, but the best part is that it can be made for under £1 a head - so it's also a really cheap recipe to make at home. This tasty frittata is a family-friendly recipe made with salty bacon, soft potatoes and plenty of eggs. To make this frittata a more substantial meal, you can serve it on a bed of fresh salad leaves or if you're serving for breakfast or brunch we'd recommend serving with baked beans. Gary Rhodes' bacon and potato frittata is best eaten on the day it's made.

    • 3
    (124 ratings)
  • Eggy Bread with Cheese and Ham

    Eggy bread with ham and cheese

    Eggy bread is the perfect lunchtime treat. Our version is a cross between a cheese and ham sandwich and french toast and it's guaranteed to cheer you up whatever your mood, or whatever the weather is doing! You could of course just cook you slices of bread without the filling, to create a regular egg bread recipe, but we think this combo is a real winner. Sure to be a crowd-pleaser amongst young and old, these delicious fried sandwiches are oozing with cheese and packed with ham for a really satisfying meal. If you fancy adding some extras then we think the more the merrier when it comes to sandwich fillers. Gherkins, tomatoes or thinly sliced onions would all be a delicious little extra squished between the eggy bread outers. And because this recipe for eggy bread takes just 12 minutes and uses ingredients you probably have in your fridge regularly it's a great one to keep in mind for days when you're short on time.

    • 3
    (44 ratings)
  • salmon hash

    Salmon hash

    Salmon hash is a healthy and filling brunch dish that is packed with flavour. The combination of both eggs and smoked salmon means that this salmon hash is high in protein, helping you to stay fuller for longer. Salmon is a great source of brain-boosting omega 3 fatty acids, and eggs provide selenium and vitamin B2, so this breakfast gives you a nutritious start to the day. This salmon hash is a great way to use up any leftover cooked potatoes or salmon you might have, and transform them into a delicious breakfast to share.

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    (0 ratings)
  • Cloud eggs recipe: How to make Instagram's latest breakfast obsession

    Looking for a cloud eggs recipe? You've come to the right place. Cloud eggs are the latest breakfast food trend to sweep the internet, so obviously we couldn't resist learning a little bit more about these lovely-looking chaps. They get their name from their good looks, with white fluffy bottoms and a sunny yellow yolk popped on top. Forget poached, boiled or scrambled - this is the way to serve your eggs in the morning if you're looking for something to impress family and friends with. And we're not the only ones who think so, either. Instagram is awash with hundreds of images of cloud eggs, which officially makes them cool, right? To make cloud eggs you'll need a cloud egg recipe of course... We did a little bit of digging and discovered that this gorgeous-looking brunch recipe is actually extremely easy to (literally) whip up.

    • 5
    (8 ratings)
  • Save money good food recipes

    Save Money Good Food's Shakshouka and flatbreads

    Shakshouka has become a very popular dish in recent years. The Middle-eastern egg dish is so versatile that it can be made for lunch, supper or even as brunch. It will take you around 50 mins to make this Shakshouka recipe and the flatbread, and because it's a one-pot wonder, you know you won't have a lot of washing up to do after. This recipe tells you to make the flatbreads from scratch, but you can always buy ready-made ones from the shop if you're in a hurry. This easy Shakshouka recipe is enough to serve 4 people, but you can always double up the quantities if you're feeding more people. Matt Tebbutt whipped up this recipe in ITV's Save Money: Good Food with Susanna Reid, as a way to help families use up their leftovers and save money on their food shop. They say: 'Every cookbook in the last year seems to have a recipe for Shakshouka in it and so here's our addition to the Shakshouka recipe library. To give you a little more bang for your buck, we've thrown in a flatbread recipe, too.'

    • 3
    (1 ratings)

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