Source: The Parkdale Potluck Cookbook
Date tried: December 9, 2012
Yield: 4 cups mix
Time needed: just the time it takes to combine everything in a blender.
The mix is as simple as measuring the ingredients and storing it. The morning preparation of a single serving calls for grinding the mix and adding the rest of the ingredients. Quick, wholesome and nutritious. My kind of breakfast.
Get out your mixer for this one. It calls for both whipped cream and stiffly beaten egg whites. And with all that beaten material folded in, it seems almost like drinking air. Unfortunately I did not have rum at home to spike it with. But it was still quite good.
It seems I have hit another sort of milestone—in fact two of them. This week I posted the final offerings in two breakfast sub-categories: hot cereals and breakfast eggs (mostly scrambled). In fact one dish (Kin’che) does double duty as it is a hot cereal combined with scrambled eggs.
Ground Wheat Cereal and red-skinned pears
Hot Apple Spice Oatmeal
Rice and Raisins
I also decided to start a new breakfast category: smoothies (or instant breakfast). Of course, there are lots of other breakfast recipes that I haven’t tried yet: many more pancakes, muffins and granolas.
Yenqulal Tibs (Ethiopian scrambled eggs)
Creamy cottage eggs
Akoori (Indian Scrambled Eggs
This has inspired me to start a new page: gluadys’ favorites. On this page I will post a small selection of my favorite dishes from each of the menu categories I work with. And I will probably change the selections from time to time. So if you want a quick peek at what I consider the very best casserole or salad or sandwich, this is where to look.
Morning Mush ready to serve
Mocha Banana Smoothie
Be patient though. I won’t get all categories up right away. Meanwhile the regular menu or category list will take you to all posted recipes of that type.