Okay so hungover from a bit too much wine the night before and desperate for food I realised we had no ‘breakfast food’ in. But it turns out, thanks to the ultimate partnership of Mr W and I the Ultimate Cheese Burger Brunch was born.
In collaboration with Creamline Dairies I received an amazing veg box, which I have been enjoying all week, the veg and fruit seems to really last compared to supermarket veg. The veg box has got me trying things like plums (I have NEVER eaten before and now love!) as well as reminding myself that the usual fruit exists, with apples and pears. The best thing about this box is the copious amounts of veg, we had stuff in the fridge that allowed us to create our Ultimate Cheese Burger Brunch. We also had some leftover Kezie Foods burgers that provided the initial inspiration for our brunch!
- 2 Kezie foods Wagyu burgers
- 400g New potatoes, chopped into fine chunks
- 3 Salad tomatoes, chopped into chunks
- 1 Red onion, finely chopped
- Ground pepper
- 50g Hard cheese, grated, we used Comte
- Eggs- as many as each person wants
- Olive oil spray
- Boil the potatoes for 5 mins, then drain.
- Fry the burgers, then drain and cut up, leave to one side.
- Add the potatoes, onions and tomatoes to the pan and cook for around 10 minutes until the onions are soft and the potatoes brown.
- Add the burgers back in and lashings of ground black pepper.
- Cook the eggs in a separate pan.
- Serve with a giant cup of tea and enjoy!
- You could use veggie burgers instead.
This is a rather indulgent brunch, but it is filling so will keep you going until dinner (it did us anyway). We used prime Wagyu burgers, which we cooked first and drained away an excess fat. Then we added in our fresh chopped tomatoes, potatoes and lastly the onions. If you want to make it healthier omit the cheese. All of these were cooked in olive oil spray so we used less oil.
Served with giant cups of tea we devoured our delicious brunch. Once our hangovers were numbed and our energy levels topped up we then headed into Manchester for an afternoon of shopping.
Would you give this brunch a go? What’s your go too hangover or decadent brunch recipe? Let me know in the comments,
P.S. Ingredients were provided by Creamline Dairies and Iceland for the making of this recipe.
P.P.S. I think I’ll stick to the DSLR, iPhone pictures aren’t great- apologies.