A firm English favourite is fish and chips. Go to Brighton Pier/Beach where sidewalk eating is the norm and fish & chips the preferred dish. There you’ll find a selection to confuse any hungry fish lover. The simple pub food of bangers and mash, baked beans, bubble ‘n squeak (left over vegetables from dinner presented for breakfast in a stir up), Sheppard’s Pie and Cottage Pie are all must haves; so, too, is a full-house English breakfast. Nothing sets the tone for a day of celebrations better than a good fry up.
Full House English Breakfast with Corn Fritter and Fried Banana
Corn Fritter - goes under the egg
Yields : about 8 – 4 portions
410g Sweet corn - Cream Style
1 whole Egg
Salt and Pepper
180 ml Cake Flour
5 ml Baking Powder
1) Mix all the ingredients together
2) Do not allow this mixture to stand. Shallow fry straight away. Place onto paper towel when cooked
3) Cut into desired shapes and serve
Fry up for four
- Pork Chipolatas - poach for a minutes and pan sear in butter
- Back bacon - 2 pieces per person
- Free Range Eggs - scrambled, poached, boiled or fried
- Button Mushroom
Heat a pan, add a small knob, 20g, of butter and cook until the beurre noisette stage/browning. Add the quartered mushroom, 240 g, and cook.
Just before serving, add a splash, 25 ml, of Kikkoman soya sauce.
Cherry Tomatoes, 200g,
Heat a pan; add butter and the sear cherry tomatoes in this. Finish with a splash, 15ml, of balsamic vinegar
Heat a pan, add butter and cook. Finish with a sprinkle of cinnamon sugar.
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