For the fluffiest eggs, gently fold the mixture away from or towards yourself (not both directions) rather than stirring. This will keep them light and oh-so fluffy. Add a little Spanish freshness to your weekend brunch with freshly chopped coriander and tomatoes.
Want an airy, mousse-like texture in your eggs? Cook them in water instead of oil.
Serve on a spicy Mexican tomato sauce with charred tomatoes, chillies and garlic for an easy, warming brunch.
The French toast
This luxury French-toast revamp uses cream and thickly-sliced ciabatta bread. Roll the slices in roughly chopped almonds for an excellent nutty flavour.
Can’t choose between sweet and savoury? You don’t have too. The buttery, cheesy goodness of traditional Welsh rarebit meets the syrupy spongy sweetness of Woolies’ ready-made waffles. Hello, flavour sensation.
Get the Welsh rarebit waffles recipe here.
Buttery and creamy polenta porridge served with crispy, fried bacon strips and mushrooms, and finally, topped with a perfectly poached egg. It doesn’t get any better than this.
Get the (very Instagrammable) polenta porridge recipe here.
This is the ultimate breakfast sandwich: quick scrambled eggs with crispy bacon, cheese, spring onion shavings and a squeeze of sriracha-mayo. Deliciously simple.
What’s your ultimate brunch dish? Tell us in the comments below!