The Bobby Flay brunch recipe has been all over TV for years. This is due, at least in part, to the celebrity chef’s partnership with the Food Network that is coming to an end after nearly 30 years. To celebrate the cookbook author’s time on the network, here’s a look at some of the top brunch recipes from Flay.
1. Sweet Potato-Green Onion Pancakes with Poached Eggs, Holiday Ham, and Pepper Jam
Have leftover ham from the holidays? Serve it up in a new way with this dish. featured on Brunch at Bobby’sis and is involved in a Food Network youtube Clip, this Flay Brunch recipe is a twist on potato pancakes. As the name suggests, Flay uses sweet potatoes as the base.
From there he mixes in green onions for taste. But the matter does not stop here. He layers pancakes with poached eggs and baked ham. As an added touch, Flay dabs on some pepper jelly as well.
2. Creme Brulee French Toast with Drunken Strawberries
Go the opposite direction with this Sweet Flay Brunch recipe. French toast is Flay’s favorite and elevates the classic dish by giving it all the flavors of crme brlée. All they have left is golden brown French toast which is full of flavor.
Flay calls for Drunk Strawberries to go with the decadent dish. This means that the strawberries have been soaked in a combination of sugar, orange liqueur and butter for about 30 minutes. While this is a time-consuming brunch recipe from Flay—the dish takes 2.5 hours to make—it does an average of five stars.
3. Italian Home Fries A Quick Bobby Flay Brunch Recipe
Give an Italian spin to home fry with Flay’s Italian Home Fry recipe. He combines Italian sausage, seasonings, vegetables, and, of course, potatoes to create a slightly different version of typical brunch fare. And, unlike Flay’s Crme Brulee French Toast, this dish doesn’t take long to prepare. Italian Home Fries are ready in 25 minutes.
4. Bacon-Cheddar Twists with Soft-Cooked Eggs is Flay’s literal twist on the classic brunch recipe
This Flay Brunch recipe is a unique take on bacon and eggs. The 56-year-old makes homemade Bacon-Cheddar twists and serves them with soft-boiled eggs. Sure, it’s more complicated than making traditional bacon and eggs, but it’s definitely doable. It takes just under an hour (55 minutes) to make Flay’s recipe from start to finish. Plus, it’s a great way to make a standard breakfast or brunch dish a little more special.
5. Banana Bread Waffles with Banana Foster Sauce
Yet another five-star fle brunch recipe, the cookbook author takes waffles to the next level in this recipe. Fair warning for anyone who wants to make this at home, it’s a labor of love and is probably best made during the weekend. Flay cooks the banana bread before it is completely cooled and wrapped. Then he puts the slices in the waffle maker. finally, he serves them with banana chutney and banana slices.
6. Stuffed French Toast with Gruyere, Mustard Greens, and Double-Smoked Bacon
Flay proves that French toast isn’t always sweet. It can be savory too. He makes a one-of-a-kind sandwich by putting cheese, greens, and bacon between two pieces of French toast. Another five star recipe, this dish takes around 65 minutes to prepare.
7. Italian Egg Bread Bowl
Forget eating soup in a bread bowl. For Flay, it’s all about eating eggs in a bread bowl. Yes true. He makes a hearty dish in 50 minutes that’s filled with cheese, fresh herbs, sausage, vegetables and, of course, eggs. This is one of those brunch recipes for a crowd because the Italian Egg Bread Bowl can be cut into wedges.
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