Brunch. One word that awakens many feelings deep inside. Depending on which end of the spectrum you sit on, you’ll either hate this post or love it. Either way when you’re hungry enough, brunch will seem like a fantastic idea and you’ll make it at whatever time you’re craving it. Much like Drake once said ‘thank me later’.
Throwing a brunch party is easy, fun and can potentially present itself as a culinary adventure, depending on how creative you want to get.
For our intents and purposes, this brunch party with consist of the following dishes:
- turkey wrapped egg quiches baked in a cupcake tray with herbs and spices for taste
- a cheese plate featuring Feta cheese with herbs and Brie cheese
- Chicago Salami and Tomato and Basil Turkey slices
- one hot baguette – some bakeries sell these on certain days – they’ve got hot peppers inside the bread – so much yum
- hot Italian sausages
- small potatoes
- tomatoes on the side
- strawberries and raspberries
- a fresh pot of coffee
- a bottle of Paul Delane Cremant or sparkling wine
- First things first, grab four eggs (this will depend on how many of these little quiches you’re making) and mix them with herbs, salt and pepper. Take some of your Turkey slices (can be picked up at the Deli) and arrange them in the cupcake tray so they cover the hole. Next, pour the egg mix in. Turn on the oven, set it at 375 and leave the cupcake tray in there for around 20-30 minutes.
- Grab your Salami and Turkey slices and arrange them in a dish you like for presentation. Do the same thing for the cheeses you’re using.
- Slice up your bread and use a nice baguette bread case to present – see photo.
- Wash your little tomatoes and arrange them in a nice dish.
- Wash your little potatoes, mix them with some olive oil (one teaspoon) and herbs and leave them in the oven for about 30 minutes as well – at 375.
- in the meantime, use this opportunity to turn on your bbq and bbq those sausages.
- Make your pot of coffee – I use the Moka Express which I personally love but any kind of coffee pot would do!
- Pop that bottle of champagne and feast away!
Hope you enjoyed this brunch party recipe for fun and if you have any questions, please feel free to ask them in the common box below 🙂