I really enjoy sweet and savory together for breakfast and I am a big fan of Middle Eastern flavors. Other dishes, such as Morrocan pastillas, combine powdered sugar with spiced meats. If orange blossom water is not available where you live you can leave it out. If you cannot get Merguez in your area I would recommend a spicy sausage such as chorizo or hot Italian sausage. This recipe also works well for lunch or dinner. —clintonhillbilly
What You'll Need
Almond or regular milk
Sliced toasted almonds
Chopped fresh mint
Very thick slices raisin challah
Orange or tangerine juice
Fresh mint, chopped
Orange blossom water
Remove sausage from casing and crumble or dice and sautee until cooked through.
Beat eggs into milk in a bowl.
Make a slit in the center of each challah slice and fill with merguez and goat cheese.
Dip each side of bread in egg mixture.
Heat olive oil on a pan and fry in each side until golden brown.
Serve sprinkled with powdered sugar, fresh mint, an sliced almonds and drizzles with citrus syrup.
Combine ingredients and bring to a boil, stirring.