Nothing sounds more elaborate and classy than a full English breakfast. It’s one of the most famous morning meals of the world. From poached eggs to toast to juice, it’s a healthy and filling meal. If you’re wondering what exactly goes into this delicious spread, let us tell you. Here’s the complete ‘˜Full English’ meal that everybody should try at least once in their lifetime.
Nothing sounds more elaborate and classy than a full English breakfast. It’s one of the most famous morning meals of the world. From poached eggs to toast to juice, it’s a healthy and filling meal. If you’re wondering what exactly goes into this delicious spread, let us tell you. Here’s the complete ‘Full English’ meal that everybody should try at least once in their lifetime.
One of the yummiest meats on the platter, the bacon is what makes the English breakfast a rather royal meal. The traditional back bacon is includes one piece of pork loin and one piece of pork belly and is generally considered one of the leanest slices in the world. It’s also known as rashers in the UK and sold as Irish bacon in the US. In India, you can get bacon at most breakfast-only places. If you’re planning to go full English, do not miss out on this essential dish.
Who doesn’t like to bite into eggs first thing in the morning? The English certainly believe in this as no breakfast is complete without eggs. Either fried or poached. Since the English breakfast is also known as a ‘fry-up’, the eggs are generally fried. It adds flavour to the meal and is loved by both kids and adults. It is generally tossed up with fried tomatoes, mushrooms, toast of buttered bread and baked beans. In some traditions, a boiled egg is added to ensure that that meal is healthy.
Well, nothing makes us lick our lips as much as a perfectly prepared sausage. Made out of ground meet with a casing or skin around it, it’s one of the healthiest dishes on the menu. Despite being on the fatty side, the sausages are a much loved tradition on the west, especially enjoyed by the English and Irish. Americans love their sausages too, but the one found on the English menu is slightly different from its American counterpart. The best sausages are made out of intestine, though the liver is also preferred by many.
Black or white pudding:
Generally made out of pork blood and oatmeal, the black pudding or the blood sausage is a must-have on the menu for a true Brit. It adds the right amount of balance to the meal, making it wholesome and filling. This delicacy is severed either slice or grilled.
Other than the above mentioned dishes, the meal consists of hash browns, mashed potato, orange juice and tea. Sometimes, tea is replaced by coffee, but never milk.
If you’re already drooling, get yourself a fancy breakfast right at home. You know how to binge on a typical English breakfast , don’t you?