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TOP 5 BRUNCH RECIPES

  • Nigella?s Top 5 Brunch recipes can give you a restorative start to the day with Mexican Scrambled Eggs, or chilli-flecked Eggs in Purgatory ? perfect for the morning after the night before. Asian Spiced Kedgeree is an elegant but comforting crowd pleaser, while Croque Monsieur Bake is an easy twist on a brasserie classic. And of course, there?s always that all-time favourite ? especially with children - American Pancakes slicked with maple syrup.

  • EGGS IN PURGATORY

    You don't actually need to have a hangover to enjoy this for breakfast (or anytime), but there is something about this easy and quick dish of eggs cooked in a fiery tomato sauce that just hits the spot when you're… Read on

  • MEXICAN SCRAMBLED EGGS

    This is not only the best way to start the day, but the best way to end it, too. You can make it even more of a meal by serving some refried beans alongside, but I love it just as it is. It also happens to be one… Read on

  • ASIAN-SPICED KEDGEREE

    Kedgeree started life, in India, as a dish of lentils and rice and then, translated into the kitchens of what could be called the Anglo-Indian Ascendancy, became an eggy, golden pile of rice punctuated with slabby… Read on

  • CROQUE MONSIEUR BAKE

    Like many good brunch recipes, this is also just the ticket for an early evening supper, the sort you eat in your dressing gown before sophisticated adults feel it is entirely proper to dine. The joy of this is… Read on

  • AMERICAN BREAKFAST PANCAKES

    These are those thick, spongy American pancakes that are often eaten with warm maple syrup and crisp fried bacon. I love them with the syrup alone, but if you do want bacon, I think streaky is best. You can easily… Read on