Breakfast You Can Make In Less Than 15 Minutes Or Less
Cooking may not be your jam, but in these times it’s safe to assume we’ve all probably been in the kitchen a lot more than usual.
Whether you’re on your own or with family, you’ll appreciate these quick and easy meals that you can whip up in a flash for breakfast. They are simple and do not require a lot of time and effort.
Just because you’ll be at home this year doesn’t mean you should spend your entire morning in the kitchen just for breakfast. We have a number of breakfast meals that can be prepared in 10 minutes or less so that you can relax and enjoy the rest of your morning.
For your breakfast, mostly it is assumed that the lighter the meal the better and all but it does not apply here in Ghana, we play by different sets of rules when it comes to the kind of foods we eat and the times we eat them. Someone can decide to take in hot kenkey or waakye in the morning while someone would prefer a lighter breakfast like tea, rice porridge e.t.c So basically we all have our preferences when it comes to our breakfast.
Rice Porridge/Rice Water
This is as simple as boiling rice with lots of water until it softens into a soluble paste, don’t forget to add salt. Once you done, all you need is to eat it with sugar and milk with biscuit or bread on the side. Some people even add groundnuts just for a different taste. It is very fast and easy to prepare.
It’s a combination of milled roasted corn and groundnut which is normally prepared very thick and mixed with milk and sugar to taste. Just like the rice porridge, it is eaten with bread or biscuit.
“Aburo Koko” is mainly a paste made by boiling a mixture of corn dough and water. You put water on fire with sugar and salt in it then wait for some time for it to boil. After it boils you pour your missed corn dough into it, stir until you get your desired thickness. It’s usually accompanied by bread and groundnut.
It is one breakfast most people love to cook. All you do is to boil water or milk and salt, stir in oats. Cook about 5 minutes over medium heat; stir occasionally and add more milk to make it rich.
Corn flakes is a breakfast cereal made by toasting flakes of corn (maize). While others prefer to use hot water for their homemade cornflakes others do not mind the water to use. In a bowl, pour your cornflakes mix up with hot or cold water, add sugar, milk and any other thing you want to add to spice up your meal
Macaroni With Milk
Boil water in a large pot. To make sure noodles don’t stick together, use at least 4 quarts of water for every pound of noodles. Salt the water with at least a tablespoon. The salty water adds flavor to the pasta. Add your pasta, stir, and taste. You can choose to drain the water or not and add your sugar and mill to it.