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Five Christmas Breakfast Recipe Suggestions
December 06, 2013
I hope you're well.
Nearly Christmas and there never seems to be enough time so I'm keeping this letter really short and sweet - one link to one page with five recipe suggestions!
I had an email from Lynette asking me if I had any ideas as to what to cook for Christmas breakfast that would be a bit different.
I love smoked salmon and it's always been a bit of a tradition in our house to have smoked salmon with scrambled egg for breakfast on Christmas Day.
My son (even as a small child) loved it - it's not just for adults. It always seemed such a long day, getting up at 5am with an excited child and having to wait until 2 or 3 pm for lunch - I was starving hungry!
But, not everybody likes the same thing, so I had a bit of a thought and wrote up Eggs Royale for her - there's a step by step tutorial to perfect poached eggs linked off there - a method I use with reliable success over and over.
Then I thought 'oh yes, there's Kedgeree too which can be prepared in advance and put together in minutes on the morning' that's really tasty.
As an afterthought, I suggested either smoked salmon or smoked mackerel dip (pate) as something that people could help themselves to, just providing toast, crackers or crusty bread. It's also something else that could be prepared the night before and left in the refrigerator.
These recipes would be good for any occasion - romantic breakfast in bed, birthday treat, anniversary treat - the Kedgeree is great as a brunch if you've had a 'heavy night!'
Click on the smoked salmon with scrambled egg photo to go through to the Christmas Breakfast Recipes page.
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