Best Homemade Easter Brunch In Texas, The South, And Beyond
This is a homemade recipe, but I will fully admit, I didn't grow and squeeze the oranges, grind up the sausage, gather eggs from a hen house, or churn the butter. If you're willing to excuse the ingredients portion from being homemade, this is a homemade meal that wins every time, not just Easter.
For the record, I did make the water from the faucet. Also, if you prep a few steps, you can make this meal after getting home from Easter service in about 30 minutes.
Here are the ingredients I used, but the fun of cooking is like going to a good concert. The real joy is in the variations and remixes. Do not be shy about adjusting the ingredients to suit your guests and personal pallet.
- Paprika (Yes, it's technically pepper too.)
Haha, nice try, but I'm not giving this one away. Will tell you it is my own version of the classic Annie Fisher's "Old Missouri Style" Beaten Biscuits. They're more dense, and require no milk. You will need lard though, so be prepared if you want to try it.
- Frying Pan
- 6 Quart Pan With Lid
- Wood Spoon
- Wide Mouth Glass (Champagne and Orange Juice go here later.)
- Mixing Bowl
- Table Spoon
- 1/3 Cup Measuring
- 1 Cup Measuring