This is a traditional Irish breakfast that will surly add five pounds on you simply by reading this.
This is the easiest part of all, they don't call it a "fry" for nothing:
1) Put the Rashers, Puddings and Sausages in a pan and fry them all on Med-High heat until golden brown and delicious.
2) Fry the two eggs in the wonderful drippings left in the pan until they are "over easy". (Or to your taste.)
3) Heat up the optional Baked Beans
4) Serve all with a slice of toast and one highly encouraged pint of Guinness.
Take the above "Fry" and fire it into a loaf of French bread for an incredibly portable "Breakfast Roll". Throw in a heated up frozen hash-brown to round out your impeding heart attack.
Recipe is courtesy of: Ireland
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