All posts tagged: brunch

Sunday Mimosa

Springtime makes New York come alive with bright colours and people out in the parks. Hello sun! Restaurant terraces and NY classic brunches wouldn’t be complete without a delicious bubbly Mimosa. This super simple cocktail, made mostly with orange juice and chilled champagne (or another sparkling white wine), is the perfect way to begin Sunday in a party mood. Treat yourself this Easter morning with a refreshing Mimosa…cheers! Prep Time: 15 min Ingredients 75 cl Chilled Champagne or Prosecco 75 cl Fresh orange juice Slices of oranges, limes, grapefruit etc A splash of Cointreau liquor (optional) Equipment Champagne glasses Squeezer Colander Instructions Squeeze the oranges and strain 2. Cut the citrus fruits in thin slices 3. Fill half of the glass with champagne 4. Fill the other half with fresh orange juice 5. Put the fruit slices in each glass (different colours and sizes look nice) 6. Add a splash of Cointreau if it takes your fancy 7. Enjoy!

Soft-Boiled Egg and New Soldiers

This is the ideal option for an Easter brunch. Both little ones and grown ups love them! When the eggs are done properly, with a runny yolk, nothing is better than dipping your soldiers into them. In this post, you will also have some new soldiers to try… More than a recipe, this post is an invitation to remember a childhood favourite (my 5 year old can’t get enough of them!). Sometimes the simplest of recipes make us the happiest! Happy dipping! Soft-Boiled Egg Portion: 1  Prep Time: 7 minutes Ingredients 1 medium egg at room temperature salt and pepper Equipment 1 medium saucepan 1 sharp knife 1 long spoon 1 small cup Instructions 1. Fill a small saucepan with water. Put on the hob over a medium heat and bring to the boil. 2. Once the water is boiling, put the egg into the saucepan using a spoon. 3. As soon as the water comes back to the boil, set the timer for 4 minutes. This guarantees a runny yolk. 4. After 4 minutes take …