This is a pretty versatile Irish recipe. Serve with eggs & bacon, jam, or as an alternative to pancakes.
Due to the long cooking time of the potatoes, this is probably more suitable as a brunch than a breakfast. However with a little bit of forward planning, you could cook the potatoes the day before, or us leftovers from a meal.
Best served spread on toast or with bananas on pancakes.
This recipe is based on the North African poached egg dish, but with added sausages and beans – to make a great breakfast or brunch.
A traditional, spicy breakfast that takes as long as a fry-up but with a lot less fat.
A British classic – tea and crumpets. These are easy to make and have more flavour than shop bought crumpets.
A savory alternative to the classic sweet pancake.
Pancakes are not just for February. Serve however you like them. Lemon and sugar? Bananas and Nutella? We have even done them with duck!
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Since discovering a basic version of this recipe, we have it most weekends. It’s delicious and filling.
Milk and egg free pancakes? Swapping milk is straight forward enough, but what about egg?