Sunday, May 24, 2009

Hangover Breakfast

Sometimes after a night of blurriness and losing my voice there is nothing better than a REALLY hearty meal. I use what I have on hand. I have a stash of the commercial size frozen hashbrowns in my freezer. I bought them at Restaurant Depot $4 for over 20 pieces. They are the ones you get at your old school neighborhood diner. I bake them first at 450 degrees for 20 mins.

Hangover breakfast - bacon, eggs, hashbrown and XO sauce sauteed udon noodles

Next is frying the bacon while beating up 2 eggs with a tablespoon of water to make them fluffy. I like to fry my eggs like a crepe for only a minute on each side so they are still runny. Below is a pic of another time I fried my egg crepe style with some rock shrimp sprinkled with homemade fried garlic.

Runny crepe eggs with homemade fried garlic

The grand carb finale to make my headache disappear is the XO sauce udon noodles. I always have udon noodles on hand because they are vacuum sealed and so versatile. I boiled the noodles, drain and sauteed with a little soy sauce and to create a crust on the noodles. Lastly, I throw in a teaspoon or so of XO sauce. I'm ready to start my day after this meal.

P.S. This breakfast serves two or for one with an extreme hangover


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