Adapted from Ina Garten
I have every one of Ina’s best-selling books and as far as I can tell, this recipe only exists online courtesy of the Food Network. I’ve made this special dish over and over again. It’s appeared on my table Christmas morning for the last few years and it works well for a casual brunch with friends on a wintry day, too. I’ve made some modest changes here, including more whole eggs (she calls for a few gratuitous yolks, which I’ve omitted), a bit less orange zest and the addition of cinnamon. Though Ina wrote this recipe for 8, it really only serves about 5-6 people as a standalone dish considering how much my children love it. My 3-year-old typically has seconds and thirds! If you’d like to feed a larger crowd, serve it with mimosas, crispy bacon and a big fruit salad. You will be asked for the recipe. Trust me on this one.
Preparation time: 15 minutes, plus another 15 minutes soaking time
Cooking time: 1 hour
Number of servings (yield): 6
Looking forward to trying this recipe. I really love your posts and wish you continued success!
Happy Easter…Happy Spring…Happy Everything!
Love, Peace N Blessings to all the FAM. Robin A.
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