If you are looking for some new interesting recipes for breakfast, lunch or dinner, I would suggest going online and checking out some of the foodie blogs. There was a time when blogs were just considered online platforms for people to post about their hobbies and personal opinions. Over the years however blogs have gotten more sophisticated and have become a major source of information. This includes featuring some fantastic recipes.
Just this past week I ran across several blogs that featured some great recipe ideas for breakfast. One of my favorites was a post about how to make homemade sausage and stuffed waffles. The recipe for the sausage was so easy that I decided to make it. All I needed was a pound of ground turkey, chopped onions, salt, pepper, a little sage and two egg whites. I mixed all the ingredients together and based on the instructions, I rolled the meat mixture into a tube shape and let it sit in the refrigerator over night. The next morning I took the meat out of the refrigerator and began cut it into small circles. I put the sausage circles in a baking pan and placed it in the oven for twenty five minutes. I made sure to grease the bottom of the pan with a little oil so the sausages wouldn’t burn or stick. As the sausages were baking, I could smell the scent of sage and sweet onions. I made a batch of ten sausage patties so I would have enough for the week. These homemade sausages tasted so much better then the sausage products I buy at the store. For one thing they taste much fresher, and the homemade ones don’t contan any excessive salt or preservatives.
I also came across a blog that featured some tasty looking quiche recipes. I really like quiche pies because you can serve them any time of the day. One of the recipes I tried from this blog was a barbeque chicken quiche recipe. I like barbeque chicken but I had never seen it in quiche before. The recipe was very simple and involved making a standard quiche mixture of eggs, cheese, flour and some salt and pepper, and then mixing in diced pieces of barbeque chicken. The recipe instructions recommend making your own barbeque chicken to prevent excess sodium and preservatives. However, if you are short on time you can also use a pre-baked barbeque chicken from the grocery store. Pour all the ingredients in a pie crust and let it bake for thirty minutes. When this pie starts baking you will love the way your kitchen smells.
So the next time you need some new recipe ideas, try going online and checking out some foodie blogs.