"Bread" that is popular at the morning table such as toast, croissants, and bagels. I always eat toast with butter, but it's getting a little cooler, so I feel like eating it well from the morning.
However, the author, who didn't have the time to make sandwiches, paid attention to the "cream cheese dip," which is a standard breakfast menu in NY. The cafes in NY are lined with abundant flavors like ice cream, and New Yorkers apply plenty of bread and enjoy a hearty breakfast.
The dip sounds fashionable, but it seems that you can make it in 5 minutes just by mixing the ingredients. This time, I made a cream cheese dip with "kiri" by referring to the recipe of cooking researcher Maki Watanabe!
The drill is individually wrapped and very convenient. A breakfast dip for one person is made with this one potion.
First of all, "Honey White Sesame Kiri Dip" is a mixture of 1 teaspoon of honey and 1 teaspoon of white sesame mixed with 1 teaspoon that has been returned to room temperature. Sweet honey, fragrant sesame, and cream cheese go perfectly together. Eat like sweets and wake up your head and body crisply.
Next is my personal favorite "Carrot Kiridip". Mix 1 teaspoon of carrots that have been returned to room temperature with carrots (3 cm) chopped with a slicer or a kitchen knife, add 1 to 2 teaspoons of olive oil, and add salt and pepper to taste.
The texture and subtle sweetness of the carrot accentuates the rich cheese and goes very well with the crispy toast. It looks colorful and stimulates your appetite. You can make a lot and use the rest as a sandwich for lunch.
In addition, the author who loves canning wants to recommend "Salmon's Clichy Dip" (see: "Canned Recipe 88" / Fusosha Publishing). Mix salmon boiled cans, cream cheese, and a little canned juice, and add pepper to taste. With just the right amount of salt and rich umami, it's delicious not only for toasts and sandwiches, but also for vegetable sticks!
The cream cheese dip, which is lighter than butter and cream, can be eaten crisply even in the morning when you have no appetite. The point is to mix well with the ingredients until it becomes a smooth cream. If you bring it to room temperature, you can do it right away even on a busy morning.
If you put the dip you made in the refrigerator, you can enjoy it the next day. Please apply a generous amount to your usual bread and try a new kind of breakfast!