Farmer sausage on sweet corn griddle cakes with poached egg

Daybreak of Solar TV visited our Pasig branch this month and we indulged them by having Chef Niño Runas create a delicious breakfast for their viewers. Here’s the recipe:

Farmers Sausage

500 g  lean pork (ground)

200 g  pork fat (ground)

1 tbsp garlic (minced)

1 tsp chili pepper flakes(optional)

1 tbsp sage

1 tsp nutmeg

2 tbsp milk

2 tbsp bread crumbs

2 tbsp parsley (chopped)

1 tbsp brown sugar

1 tsp ground pepper

Mix everything in a bowl, chill before forming into patties. Make sure you chill the patties before frying. To fry heat a griddle pan or cast iron pan until smoking hot. Fry the sausages on both sides until golden brown, don’t forget to control the flame the sugar from the meat will burn the sausages very easy.

Sweet corn griddle cakes

2 egg yolks

2 egg whites

1 c AP flour

1 c wheat flour

1 tsp salt

2 c fresh milk

1 tbsp sugar

¼ c polenta

½ c sweet corn kernels

½ c butter (melted)

Combine the milk, flours, yolks, polenta, corn, salt, sugar and set aside inside the chiller. Meanwhile prepare the egg whites by beating until hard peaks are form. Gently fold in the egg whites with the batter mixture. On a hot griddle or a cast iron pan fry the batter until golden brown, do not press the griddle cakes while frying.

 

Poached egg

1 pc egg

2 tbsp vinegar

1 l water

 

On a pot boil the water, add the vinegar and let it simmer. Using a whisk swirl the water, gently drop the egg in the middle (vortex) let it cook until the whites are firm. Serve.

Hollandaise sauce

 

2 tbsp white wine vinegar

2 egg yolks

1 tsp pepper (ground)

1 tsp salt

2 tbsp shallots (minced)

2 tbsp water

1 c melted butter

Lemon splash

Combine the vinegar, salt, pepper and shallots on a pan gently simmer it until nearly dry or au sec. refresh with water and let it cool. Add the yolks with the vinegar mixture and cook it on a double boiler. When the color turns to a bright yellow gently whisk in the melted butter. If the sauce is too thick you may add a tablespoon or two of warm water. Correct the seasoning and add a splash of lemon juice.

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