Most weekends, my favorite place to grub at in Paris has a waiting line of 45 mins or more. Most weekends, I also always want me some pancakes, eggs, and maple syrup. You get me?! But when I feel like a impatient 13 year old teenager who can't wait in the long Sunday brunch lines, I go home, calm my grown ass down, and make it myself. It's totally not as good as Holybelly's pancakes and eggs, but hey, it is pretty good. So grub I had to share with you friends! Thanks for the inspiration HB!
What you need:
Serves 1 selfish person
2 fried eggs (not well done, sunny side up)
few slices of bacon chopped and just crisp
1/2 tbsp of butter
Powdered sugar for final garnish
1. Start by cooking the bacon on a stove. Once it's just crisp, remove and chop. Place in bowl to the side.
(In the following steps, you will be cooking with 2 pans simultaneously. Prepare yo'self)
2. In the same pan as the bacon, cook your eggs on high heat for just about 1 min (per egg) (don't flip the egg, keep sunny side up). While these are cooking, go to your other pan and on low heat add 1 tsp of butter and start to warm up your pancakes for about 2 minutes on each side.
3. Once your eggs are cooked, and pancakes are warm, start to assemble:
-just a drizzle of maple syrup
-top off with a drizzle of maple syrup, bacon, and fresh strawberries
Do you like it, do you like it?
Don't want to make it, go to Holybelly if you're in Paris:
19 Rue Lucien Sampaix, 75010 Paris, France