As we continue to spend more time at home during this coronavirus crisis, breakfast has become a bigger part of our days. Indeed
During normal situation breakfast, especially on a weekday, is usually an afterthought. A stray banana as we run out the door, Or a bowl of cereal before the morning commute, sometimes some delicious avocado toast if we’re feeling fancy.
But as we continue to spend time at home, breakfast has become a bigger part the day. And after a couple of weeks, it’s easy to get bored of that usual bowl of oatmeal.
So,we decided to find some interesting Michelin-starred recipes from around the world to see what they’re cooking for breakfast, and learn their tips for making the first meal of the day as delicious as the rest.
From lemon ricotta pancakes to tortilla Española, these dishes are sure to bring some excitement to your mornings.
Kevin Meehan, the owner and chef in a good restaurant in Los Angeles, said that he has loved making these waffles together with his kids.
The batter is simple and can be made with ingredients that are likely already in your pantry. Meehan mixes cocoa powder with flour, baking powder, baking soda, salt, and eggs, and then throws the batter into the waffle press. you may also makes a simple homemade whipped cream to top it all off.
” It’s a simple four to one ratio of cream to sugar, and he said. “You should whip it up and, at the last minute, Take an orange zest and zest it in there -like a lot of it.”.
You can often freeze the leftover waffles, and you just need a quick pop in the microwave or toaster before they’re ready to go again.and to make it tastier just add a fried egg on top, if you like egg with your breakfast.
Kevin Meehan: “It’s a no-brainer, the recipe is super easy to do,” he said. “When you have a big fat waffle, it’s a special thing.”