Amounts for breakfast in bed, baby kipflers is based on how hungry you are and how many people are eating. A good basic measure is a handful to two per person. After washing your kipfler potatoes, pop them in a baking tray, remember now is a good time to pre heat your oven or air fryer. Keep in mind that this recipe uses grape seed oil. For the oven a good drizzle of oil and for the air fryer 1 table spoon of oil. If you’re using an air fryer, toss the ingredients per the recipe in a large bowl then into the basket of your fryer.
After placing potatoes in the tray or bowl, add grasped oil. Then add sweet Thai chilli sauce or chopped fresh chilli to desired flavour strength, along with fresh mint leaves and your favourite Portuguese herb blend. Toss till mixed well. If you don’t have fresh mint, you can add mint jelly just before you eat. Salt and pepper to your preference.
Now that your oven is preheated to 200 degrees with a fan, for an air fryer pre heat at base heat for 5 minutes. It is then time, to place in the oven or fryer till cooked. For the oven check after 15 minutes, and adjust heat if needed. Leaving them till golden brown or approximately 30-40 minutes. With your air fryer, turn the heat to 180 degrees and toss the basket at 10 minute intervals, for 20-30 minutes or till golden brown. Remember to cut one potato in half to check they are soft in the middle. Be sure to find a comfy seat or eat in bed and enjoy.
Boiled eggs and munch is a quick easy sleepy cook. A favourite of mine on a Sunday morning. Start with farm free range eggs if you have them, choose enough to match your hunger. Fill a pot with water enough to cover the eggs, add a pinch or two of salt to the water and place on the stove, bringing them to the boil. While the eggs boil, make some toast. I love ciabatta bread, buttered and with some herbs, sprinkled after toasting or if making in an air fryer mix the two together on the bread, adding butter last, then place in the fryer for 10 minutes at a temperature of 160 for golden toasting. Remember to pre heat your fryer.
For the munch, you will need some avocado, cherry tomatoes, shaved or fine chopped raw cabbage, pine nuts and sesame seeds. If you have fresh lime or lemon along with salt and pepper. Chop ingredients into a bowl to toss, cutting bite size pieces. Sprinkle sesame seeds and herb blends like morrocan or dukkah. Once its all tossed together, just before eating, squeeze a wedge of lime or lemon over the mix. Serve with your eggs and enjoy alongside green tea, coffee or hot chocolate.
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