Postre chajá was created by the owner of a family restaurant in Uruguay. He called his meringue-based dessert 'chajá' after an indigenous bird of the same name, whose fluffy white neck and head plumage reminded him of the meringue. The ability to spot the resemblance seems to be unique to the cake's creator.
If you need something filling, quick and nourishing, you can't go past a quiche or frittata recipe. They're packed full of protein, and the flavour combinations are endless. And the best part? These versatile dishes can be enjoyed hot or cold for breakfast, lunch or dinner.
No, there's no mistake. It is a bread pudding. But it's not a dessert. It's simply a delicious mixture of sourdough, chorizo, olives and mushrooms, all held together with cheese and eggs. Kind of like the best brunch you will ever have.
Translated literally, "crème brûlée" simply means "burned cream". And while that might be technically what's happening, we can't help but think this humble dessert benefited greatly from having a name with a little French flair.