Breakfast. For many it’s considered the most important meal of the day. For others, it is a way of life. Here are 10 ideas for cooking a hot first meal of the day in your cast iron.
Eggs. Fried. Scrambled. Sunny-side up with a bit of butter, salt, pepper, and hot sauce. Served over toast or with bread for dipping.
Bacon. Crispy or just a bit soft. Smokey and rich. And the grease is good for the pan.
Hashbrowns. Fried potatoes. Warm. Salt. And crunchy. Soaking up a dose of ketchup and mopping up the egg yolks.
Sausages. Grilled and spicy. Flavour dripping from the tips as you bite into them.
Ham. Thick sliced and grilled warm in the pan. Sliced into chunks, and served with a rich, grainy mustard.
Omelet. With cheese, onions, tomatoes, or seafood, folded and fluffy, fancy, too.
Pancakes. Spotted with chocolate chips or decorated with sliced banana. Drowned with fruit and drizzled with syrup.
Crepes. Thin and round, wrapped around chocolate, fruit, and whipped cream and drizzled with sauce or syrups.
Waffles. Crisp and doughy, pocketed with pots waiting to be drenched in maple syrup and adorned with fruit.
Skillet. Potatoes, cheese, eggs, veggies, and bits of everything that makes breakfast great, come together with spices and love.
People like lists. I like people. So I’m giving the people what they like. I ran a blog for 16 years and one of the most popular posts ever on that blog was a list of “100 things” that I’d compiled and posted. I’m trying to recreate something similar over the next couple months for the cast iron guy blog. This post will eventually form part of that mega list.