Rachael's 30-Minute Meals: Eat Breakfast for Dinner!

Whether you've worked hard all day or partied hard all night, this is the best way to cook up a delicious, irreverent, and super-comforting meal.
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Parsnip-Potato Cakes with Smoked Salmon & Horseradish Crème Fraîche

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White Pizza Frittata with Kale

"I make these ricotta pizzas, really frittatas with pizza-ish toppings, all the time for my gluten-free friends." –Rach

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Cornflake-Fried Chicken & Waffles with Pecans

"Making chicken and waffles creates a lot of dirty dishes, but, man, is it worth it. It’s a push to make this recipe in 30 minutes, but once you get the hang of it, it goes quicker every time." —Rach

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Parm French Toast with Ham & Roasted Asparagus

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Breakfast Garlic Naan Pizzas

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Pepper Jack Frico Eggs with Salsa Verde & Bean Dip ’n’ Chips

"Frico are cheese crisps, often made of Parm, but the trick of melting and crisping cheese in a skillet works with just about any medium-firm grating cheese, like pepper Jack or cheddar." —Rach

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Potato Waffles with Bacon, Eggs & Charred Scallions

"These savory potato waffles are forgiving and easy to commit to memory—I just eyeball the ingredient amounts." –Rach

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Breakfast Bruschetta: Charred Bread with Grilled Tomatoes, Crispy Prosciutto & Eggs

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Not-a-Philly Steak ’n’ Egg

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Spanish Eggs in Purgatory

"If you drop bits of eggshell into your egg, use a larger piece of shell to extract the smaller pieces. They’re drawn to each other as if they’re magnetic!" —Rach

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