i ran a restaurant kitchen that had a theme of taste plates and sharing plate this was the breakfast version and some guests actually managed to eat it on there own


  • recipe 1:

  • 2 slices turkish bread toasted

  • recipe 2:

  • 200g pork mince

  • 1/2 x diced red onion

  • 1 x tspoon chopped sage

  • 1 x table spoon diced dates

  • 1 x apple grated

  • 1 x table spoon oil

  • 20g butter

  • salt

  • pepper

  • recipe 3:

  • 1 x large potato peeled and grated

  • 1 x table spoon diced onion

  • 50g x fetta cheese (creamy type persian)

  • salt

  • pepper

  • recipe 4:

  • 1 organic egg

  • 200ml x cream

  • 20g x butter

  • 1 t spoon x tarragon chopped

  • 1 t spoon x diced red onion

  • 1 x clove garlic diced

  • salt

  • pepper

  • recipe 5:

  • 200g x swiss brown button mushrooms

  • 100ml x sherry vinegar

  • 50g x brown sugar

  • recipe 6:

  • 4 slices smoked salmon

  • 4 x organic eggs

  • 200ml x cream

  • 100g x butter

  • salt

  • pepper

  • tablespoon x finely chopped chives

  • recipe 7:

  • 2 x skewers/sate sticks

  • 6 x slice streaky bacon (rolled and precooked)

  • 6 x swiss brown button mushrooms

  • 6 x each cherry tomatoes

  • a liitle maple syrup


  • 1.

    Recipe 2 : combine all ingredients and make little burgers seal both sides in hot pan with butter and oil finish cooking in oven at 160c

  • 2.

    Recipe 3 : combine potato, cheese and onion season well form in to individual potato cakes in a pan brown either side and finish cooking in the oven

  • 3.

    Recipe 4 : butter and season a small oven proof dish and carefully crack egg in to dish in another pan sweat onion and garlic add cream and reduce by half add tarragon and season pour over egg and bake at 160c for 10 - 12 minutes

  • 4.

    Recipe 5 : heat a pan and add oil then butter, brush mushrooms and add to pan saute untill oil has been absorbed season and add sherry vinegar and sugar cook untill syrup is formed and coat mushrooms keeep warm

  • 5.

    Recipe 7 : alternatley place on the skewers bacon, tomato, and mushroom 2 of each on each skewer brush with little oil and then brush with maple syrup

  • 6.

    Bake in oven at 160c for about 10 mins

  • 7.

    Recipe 6 : whisk eggs well melt half the butter and add the eggs season and cook till 3/4's of the way and add cream mix and remaining butter and chives serve with smoked salmon

  • 8.

    Plate as per photo and enjoy

Nutritional information

Nutritional analysis per serving (2 servings)

  • Energy 2634kj
  • Fat Total 208g
  • Saturated Fat 108g
  • Protein 80g
  • Carbohydrate 121g
  • Sugar 56g
  • Sodium 3029mg

Note: The information shown is Edamam's estimate based on available ingredients and preparation. It should not be considered a substitute for a professional nutritionist's advice.

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preparation is the key pattie and skewers can be made in advance carefull not to over cook the scramble eggs so do them last and get some one else to wash up

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Posted by Marco13Report
Realmente esta inspirado el chef. Le di a mi novia una lista de desayunos de LifeStile Food y ella escogio este!!!.....ahora tengo que cumplir mi promesa, lo cual me encanta. Gracias Chef Mark. Que coincidencia, me llamo Marco (like Mark but in spanish). Have a nice day
Posted by jackicamReport
Breakfast is my favourite meal of the day. I could easily polish this one off on my own and woe be to anyone else trying to get a look in. The ingredients list looks a bit hefty but well worth it none the less. Will be giving this tasting plate a go - but probably in stages as it looks a little bit daunting to tackle single handed. Thankyou for posting such an inspiring reason to get out of bed : )