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Breakfastandbrunches - Traditional Irish Breakfast Post by :snchai Category :Learning Kitchen Author :Unknown Date :December 2011 Read :2107

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Breakfastandbrunches - Traditional Irish Breakfast

Serves 4

8 Slices Irish Bacon (Substitute Canadian Bacon)
4 Irish Sausages (Traditionally Bangers or Breakfast Links)
4 Slices Black Pudding (Blood Sausage)
4 Slices White Pudding (Bloodless Sausage)
4 Eggs
4 Medium Tomatoes; Halved
4 Soda Farls (Or Soda Bread)
Salt & Pepper to Taste


Over low heat saute bacon, turning frequently until done to taste. Remove from pan and drain on paper towels. Keep warm. It is important to note that Irish bacon is not cooked crisp or hard.

Place sausages in pan and cook until brown on all sides.

Fry tomatoes with slices of pudding in bacon drippings. Warm soda bread in drippings until toasted.

Cook eggs as desired and place all prepared foods on one plate to be served warm. All meats may be broiled, rather than fried, but frying is preferred.

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