Bomber Brekkies: Haloumi Rosti with Poached Egg

This was whipped up on a whim, I actually found inspiration on Hungry Delights.

A quick, simple, but absolutely delicious breakfast fit for any two starving people who had just come home from a hike and needed some really good food.

I had an absolutely delicious rosti at Annie’s Provedore, with haloumi in it and decided to replicate it.

So in a bowl I grated 2 potatoes, and squeezed all the juice out (get rid of the juice), then to the dry potatoes I added some flour, an egg, chopped up haloumi and some peas. It just needs to be a reasonably thick batter.

I put large spoonfuls of the batter into a fry pan with a decent slosh of oil (pre heated, you want to the batter to sizzle when you put it in).

On top I just added a poached egg and one and a half slices of bacon (was cooking for two and only had 3 bits of bacon left).

What’s your favourite thing for brunch/breakfast? Which way is your favourite way to have eggs?

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4 Responses to Bomber Brekkies: Haloumi Rosti with Poached Egg

  1. Jessica says:

    ok this looks delicious!!

  2. Vanisha @ Vanisha's Life in...Australia says:

    I’m not a big fan of eggs but I love bacon and sausages…
    Ice cream with anything is good for brunch too ;)

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