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6 delicious brunch recipes for the weekend

Love eggs, avocado and all things brunch? Check out these six recipes for a delicious start to your weekend

Whether it’s a special occasion or just a treat, why not serve up a delicious brunch this weekend. And with this collection of brunch recipes, you cannot go wrong. 

From eggs to avocado, a new twist on grapefruit and pancakes, there is a brunch dish to suit all tastes. Go on, spoil your loved one! 

Read more: 7 steps to become the next Staffordshire foodie

Hash Brown Egg Nests with Bacon, Avocado and Watercress

These hash brown egg nests are a filling start to any weekend day - and they they look absolutely amazing!

Serves 8 | Preparation time: 10 minutes | Cooking time: 30 minutes

Ingredients

4 large white potatoes, peeled

110g Cheddar, grated

1 tbsp olive oil

8 medium eggs

Salt and pepper to taste

2 slices cooked streaky bacon, roughly chopped

½ tbsp curly parsley, finely chopped

2 avocados, chilled

50g watercress

   

Method

Finely grate the potatoes into a bowl and cover with cold water. Allow to sit for a few minutes. Rinse in a colander and squeeze out any excess moisture before returning to the bowl. Add 100g of the cheddar and the olive oil. Season generously with salt and pepper and mix well.

Take an eighth of the potato mixture in your hand at a time and squeeze out any further moisture before pressing into small round tin moulds or shallow holed baking tray. Use your fingers to pack the mix in tightly. Try to encourage some bits of potato to stick up above the edges as this is what will make the finished products look like nests.

Bake at 190°C for about 20 minutes or until the edges have browned.

Crack an egg into each nest then season with salt and pepper. Next scatter over the chopped bacon and remaining 10g of cheese. Place back into the oven and cook until the egg white has set. Check after 10 minutes then regularly (every minute or so) to make sure that the yolks do not over-cook.

Allow the nests to cool in the tray, then gently slide a knife around the edges of each nest before using a fork or small pallet knife to lift out of the pan.

Slice the avocados at the last minute then serve with the warm nests on a bed of watercress.

 

Recipe courtesy of www.watercress.co.uk

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