Our Head Chef, Liam has put together these easy recipes for the family to enjoy together and you can even get the kids to help with the prep.
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Eggy Bread – You can enjoy this dish for breakfast by adding some maple syrup and crispy bacon on top or for dessert with a scoop of your favourite ice cream.
- 2 slices of brioche (normal white bread can be used)
- 1 banana sliced
- Peanut butter – chef’s favourite is crunchy
- 2 medium eggs
- 250ml of double cream (milk can be used)
- 1 teaspoon vanilla essence
- a bowl of cornflakes
- Whisk together eggs, cream and vanilla essence until combined tip into a tray and set aside
- Crush your cornflakes, I put them in another tray and go to work with a potato masher, they do not have to be too fine
- Spread the peanut butter on both slices of brioche and layer the banana onto one side of peanut butter
- Put one slice of brioche onto the other as if you were making a sandwich
- Squash down a little then dip fully into the egg and cream mixture, turn over and dip the other side
- It is important that all the bread is dipped into the egg and cream
- Lift up and dip into the crushed cornflakes, turn over and repeat the process
- Try and cover as much of the bread with cornflakes as possible
- Fry the sandwich in a little oil and butter (use a non stick frying pan if possible) on a medium heat
- When the first side is golden brown turn the sandwich over and fry the second side