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This brioche breakfast casserole is easy to make, and delicious. The combination of potatoes, egg, and cheese makes this a great breakfast for a morning-on-the-run.
This recipe makes an excellent breakfast casserole or side dish, especially if you’re hosting a picnic or barbecue. The key is to use a good quality whole wheat or semolina bread instead of the standard white bread.
The bread has to be made with some type of white flour to keep it from sticking to your hands, which means it needs to be made with bread flour. If you have a loaf of whole wheat bread with a lot of flour in it, you can use a loaf of whole wheat bread that doesn’t have to be made with white flour.
It’s hard to say if the brioche is as easy to make as it looks, but I think it is. I like the color and the texture of the bread to a point. And you can use any kind of bread that you want, just make sure to make sure it is whole wheat bread or you will have to change the recipe.
As for the brioche recipe, I had to play around with it a lot before I could get it into a dish that I liked, so I will say that it is a bit more difficult to make than it looks. I think I might actually add it to my recipe file as an example of how to use whole wheat bread.
You can definitely make fancy things from this recipe, but if you want to go the brioche route, I recommend substituting the brown sugar with browned butter.
The recipe I linked above is pretty straightforward, but there is one big “gotcha” to the brioche recipe. You need to make sure that you are using whole wheat bread. White bread is fine, but whole wheat bread is what I used in this recipe. If you have a store-bought bread (I get mine from the bakery at the grocery store), you’ll have to experiment to find the right ratio of flour to butter.
The idea of cutting out the butter and replacing it with brown sugar is a pretty good one. But the problem is that it adds a lot of fat to your recipe and doesn’t really do anything to the whole wheat bread. If you are looking to cut out the butter in your recipe, you can always try baking your bread in a Crock-Pot. If you like it a bit more “bread-y” you can bake the bread in the oven.
The answer to the question “How do you know what to put in the bread” is the same as the question “How do you know what to put in the bread, I’ve been watching you on a panel, and you just don’t know what to put in the bread?” It’s the simple truth, but the more you look at it, the more ridiculous it becomes.
As a general rule, make sure that you use the most convenient bread in your recipe.