National Junk Food Day Brunch by Chef Cecil G

So, I invited my fraternity brother Chef Cecil G to my home in an effort to pay homage to National Junk Food Day.  We decided to make this meal for friends and his lovely wife and beautiful daughter.  Please feel free to try these fun recipes any day of the year in remembrance of this wondrous holiday.

 

Cheezy Cheeto Omelette

3 large eggs

1/4 cup almond milk

1 cup chopped cheetos

1 tablespoon of butter

Salt to taste

 

Whip the eggs and cheetos in a medium bowl until well incorporated.

In a medium sauté pan add butter until melted, then add cheeto-egg mixture and stir until fully cooked and Cheetos are mostly melted.

Fold eggs onto plate, garnish with more crushed Cheetos

 

Cinnamon Waffle with Reese’s Icing

I pack large cinnamon rolls with icing (cylinder pack)

8 oz. cream cheese

1 tablespoon vanilla

2 tablespoon white sugar

6 chopped Reese’s cups

 

On a hot waffle iron place a cinnamon roll on each eye and press down to cook.

Sauce

In a larger bowl add   softened cream cheese, vanilla, sugar and Reese’s cups. With a hard whisk mix ingredients together until well mixed and incorporated

 

Frosted Flakes Fried Chicken

1 whole chicken broken down to fryer pieces

2 cup flour

4 cup crushed frosted flakes

4 eggs whipped in bowl

1 tablespoon paprika

4 tablespoon Cajun

1 tablespoon garlic powder

½ teaspoon black pepper

Oil for frying

Lime for finish

 

Mix flour with paprika, garlic powder, and black pepper

Mix Cajun spice mix with frosted flakes

Bread chicken by dredging in flour, followed by eggs, finish with the frosted flakes.

Once all your chicken is breaded, drop your chicken one by one and cook golden brown and fully cooked.

Squeeze lime when fresh out the fryer.

 

Written by thehungryblackman

Starex Smith is an accomplished and experienced public administrator, fundraiser, foodie, and culinary business developer who has committed himself to maximizing the Black experience in the United States! He currently serves as Vice President of Strategy and Development for Black Tech Week with over twelve (12) years of experience in managing public/private partnerships, large scale events, and nonprofits. He has successfully raised over 20 million dollars in funding for various governmental entities, food companies, and individuals. Starex has assisted countless food industry businesses successfully obtain funding, taking mom and pop storefronts to scalable businesses. His success in working with restaurants sparked a passion for food and entrepreneurship which led to the launching of Sothern Bytes, a teaching platform food business dedicated to an ever evolving food industry with a focus on technology, culture and innovation. Having constantly run into stereotyping negatively affecting his dining and vacationing experiences, Starex decided to curate great destinations, restaurants, and discuss issues surrounding being a hungry Black man. Starex completed both his Bachelor’s and Master’s coursework in Public Administration at Florida International University where he served as president of the Black Student Union and Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity Incorporated, Lambda Tau Chapter

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