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Postby SoulDemon » Thu Jun 12, 2003 4:57 pm

Please post any and all dishes that are created for a breakfest like meal here.
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Postby SoulDemon » Thu Jun 12, 2003 5:13 pm

Chinese Ommelete Porckie Style

Ingredients:

2/3 Eggs (depending how hungry you are and how huge your fryingpan is..)

Bits of parsley, paprika and leek.

Mixed veggies, make sure there's peas in there, they are yummy :)

Onions, Garlic

Sweet Sauce

Milk.

General Directions:

Mix the eggs with milk, take about. 40 ml milk per egg. Actually you can use water aswell, but it won't get as fluffy! Through this mixture mix the bits of parsley, paprika and leek. (especially leek! yumyum!) Then drop one spoon of oil in a fryingpan, heat it and put the ommelette mixture in. Now fry it on a low fire(is that correct english? I have no idea). Turn the ommelette around when it's dry on top.
Meanwhile prepare ye the mixed veggies and the onions and garlic. Mix those together.
When the Ommelette is ready, put it on a plate. Now put the mixed veggies(with Garlic and Onions) on the ommelette and flap it over! Add Salt and (lots) of pepper.
Pour sweet sauce over it and hurrah, there's your Ommelette.. very yummy :)

Ofcourse you can varry the ingredients a bit... :) Very yummy if you serve it with rice...

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Postby Lady Maven » Wed Jul 16, 2003 11:23 am

Hobo breakfast

This is great for camping trips, and kids love to help prepare it.

Make a hobo stove, using a large sized coffee can (or any lage metal can) on one SIDE (not top area, but side) punch three holes, I used to do this with those can openers that make the triangle punches, called them church keys where I came from) and three holes in bottom side opposite the holes on the top side.


the end which you have removed completely, presumably when first opening the can to use the former contents, becomes the bottom, and the old bottom is now the top cooking surface. Place this over the coals in your fire to get good and hot.

In brown paper sacks, lunch bag size will do, layer the bottom with bacon or sausage, and break two eggs into sack, scramble them first if you like, add a bit of salt and pepper, cheese, onions, whatever else you have or would like in the bag, and place on top of your hobo stove to cook. Check after every 5 minutes for doneness. Serve right in paper sack if you like, or peel paper sack away.
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Postby The Exalted One » Mon Nov 10, 2003 2:29 am

CHOCOLATE BANANA OATMEAL PORRIDGE

Ingredients

2 cups boiling water
1 cup rolled oats
1/4 teaspoon salt
1/2 cup brown sugar
1 banana, mashed
1/4 cup semisweet chocolate chips


Directions

1 In a saucepan, combine water, oats and salt. Simmer 5 minutes uncovered, stirring occasionally. Remove from heat, cover, and let stand 3 minutes. Stir in brown sugar, banana and chocolate chips.
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