Great British Fry Up

Great British Fry Up

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"This is the version I make most weekends, especially if there are guests or I've over-indulged with drinks the night before. You can leave out anything you don't have and can include other ingredients such as, black pudding, baked beans (the Heinz UK version) or even scrambled eggs."
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25 m servings 943 cals
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Nutrition

  • Calories:
  • 943 kcal
  • 47%
  • Fat:
  • 82.5 g
  • 127%
  • Carbs:
  • 28.7g
  • 9%
  • Protein:
  • 25.5 g
  • 51%
  • Cholesterol:
  • 243 mg
  • 81%
  • Sodium:
  • 969 mg
  • 39%

Based on a 2,000 calorie diet

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  1. Heat the oil in a skillet over medium heat. Add the sausage and hash brown. Fry until browned on one side, about 5 minutes. Turn them over to fry on the other side and add the tomato, bacon and mushrooms. The idea is to start cooking with the things that take the longest.
  2. When the tomato, bacon and mushrooms are just about cooked, crack the egg into the center and allow to cook. You might want to add a little more oil just to crisp the edges. Toast the slice of bread while the egg cooks and then spread butter on it. Serve everything on a plate with the toast on the side.

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Most helpful positive review

Apart from the hash brown, this is pretty accurate. Our fry ups consist of sausage, bacon, tomato (whole canned will do at a push, though fresh is the way to go), mushrooms, egg (scrambled for m...

Most helpful critical review

Leave out the hash browns. Fry the bread in the bacon grease. Add black pudding or kidneys. Now your talking !

Apart from the hash brown, this is pretty accurate. Our fry ups consist of sausage, bacon, tomato (whole canned will do at a push, though fresh is the way to go), mushrooms, egg (scrambled for m...

A few things. It's important to use Heinz baked beans in a teal blue can. Also, get back bacon from the butcher if possible instead of strip bacon. I worked in the UK for just over a year and...

Delicious recipe. The British Fry-Up doesn't traditionally include hashbrowns; sometimes it's served with French Fries, but definitely not hashbrowns. In Northern Ireland, it is served with frie...

Leave out the hash browns. Fry the bread in the bacon grease. Add black pudding or kidneys. Now your talking !

Just like I remember after living in Yorkshire for 10 years!! However, I have never been able to find a good substitute for Lincolnshire sausage (my favorite!!!) on this side of the pond!!!! F...

Very accurate rendition of a British Fry Up! The hash browns are "chips" or french fries here in Yorkshire, and since in the US you don't have the Heinze version of baked beans, use pork-n-beans...

Rated it 4* because I changed it a bit. Instead of using oil, I just cooked everything in the bacon grease. Also, the second time I didnt cook the tomato, because I think it was better fresh. In...

mmmMmm good! I left out black pudding...if my boyfriend wants it..he can cook it! lol. Great brekky, ty for sharing:)

nice to see english food on here that is actually food we eat ! but chips with breakfast not in my part of suffolk thats for sure!