Breakfast, Brunch and Dinner, Too--Chef Jenny Dorsey Shows How Breakfast With Honey Can Be An All-Day Affair

FREDERICK, Colo: Renowned Chef Jenny Dorsey, who is known for her unconventional approach to creating showstopping meals for high-profile events, is no stranger to re-inventing a classic dish.

Dorsey has partnered with the National Honey Board to create new recipes that take breakfast to the next level using different honey varietals - such as buckwheat and blueberry - to create a buzz at the breakfast table.

Chock full of interesting flavor combinations and on-trend ingredients, these recipes will re-boot breakfast, whether it's being enjoyed at 10 a.m. or 10 p.m.

Dorsey has re-imagined the classic oatmeal with a flavorful Ginger, Turmeric, Cardamom, and Buckwheat Honey Oatmeal that is guaranteed to spice up any morning and is easily transported to transform your deskfast from bland to grand. Another of Dorsey's busy morning favorites is her Open-Faced Scrambled Egg Waffle Sandwich with Garlic-Infused Honey, which includes waffles that can be made ahead in batches for devouring throughout the week. For those looking for a delicious, indulgent brunch recipe, Dorsey has created the Chive and Orange Blossom Honey Waffles & Spicy Garlic Honey Chicken, which is a unique take on the brunch classic. And vegetable lovers will rejoice with Dorsey's Kale & Avocado Breakfast Salad, which incorporates a delightful blueberry honey vinaigrette dressing.

From spicing up a brunch classic to balancing out a waffle batter, honey can transform any breakfast into a flavorful meal—whether you have a few minutes or a whole afternoon, said Dorsey. What's exciting about honey is its many varieties, which have been fun and inspiring to explore. From a dark, rich buckwheat to a lighter orange blossom varietal, honey provides a wide palette of pure flavors to elevate breakfast and brunch favorites.

In addition to her recipes, Dorsey has also created tips that make it simple to use #HoneyAllDay—no matter the time of day or dish:

Honey is the secret ingredient in absolutely delicious scrambled eggs. Add 1/2 tsp for every 2 eggs and whisk together with some cream and salt before scrambling softly over low heat.
Kick your next meal up a notch by using a homemade infusion such as a garlic-infused honey. Bring four peeled cloves of garlic, honey and red pepper flakes to a very gentle simmer in a small pot, then lower heat to the lowest level possible for 1 hour, allowing the mixture to infuse. Once infused, strain and let cool to room temperature.
Honeycomb is a showstopper for a breakfast fruit plate! It's perfect for nibbling on alongside melons, berries and stone fruit.
(PRN | 12 months ago)

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