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Full English

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Ingredients

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4 Sausages
8 slices Bacon
1/2 Black Pudding
8 Egg
4 Tomato halved into a flower shape
1 packet Mushroom
1 can Baked Beans
8 slices Toast white bread preferably, served buttered
a bottle Tomato Ketchup add as required

A traditional hearty breakfast or brunch

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It’s the British Grand Prix so this should be the easy – right? Well no….there’s fish and chips, roast beef, bangers and mash and so many more. But then the eureka moment came – a full English.

What is more traditional than the full English? Every hotel in Britain serves it and you can even get it abroad. The full English is also special for our family as we always go out for breakfast to celebrate birthdays in our house and it is generally full English all round. The great advantage of breakfast is there aren’t too many people in the restaurant at 8am on Saturday morning for the toddlers to annoy!

To purchase my ingredients I went to Bill the butcher (as he is known in our home) at WellBeloved Butchers. The family business has operated in Deptford for almost 200 years and is famous in the local area for its pies. We bought our sausages, bacon, eggs and black pudding. The beans were obviously Heinz.

For those that have never had a full English, there are a few things to remember. It is NOT a small meal, best served as a brunch. It is NOT in any way healthy, but it is DELICIOUS. The trick to a good full English is to make sure everything is ready at the same time. You just have to decide if you want your eggs sunny side up or sunny side down.

Enjoy!

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Steps

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Put a warming plate in the oven at 100C.

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Cook the sausages, bacon and tomatoes under the grill. Transfer to the warming plate when cooked.

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In a frying pan, heat some oil and cook the mushrooms. Transfer to the warming plate when cooked.

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Put the baked beans into a pan and cook through until simmering, then keep warm in the pan.

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Lastly when everything else is ready, make the toast and fry the eggs (sunny side up – I prefer). Serve everything else on to a plate, add the freshly cooked eggs and a slice of buttered toast.

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Most British people will have some tomato ketchup with their full English.

Zoe Negus

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