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Food and Drink Recipes

Whopper Baked English Breakfast Tacos

Ingredients
  • Sausages
  • Bacon
  • Flour Wraps
  • Cheddar Cheese
  • Eggs
  • Jalapeno Peppers
  • Large Potato

The English breakfast has looked the same for decades. Bar a couple of quirks.

We all like one now and again, but does it get boring looking at the same thing in every hotel you stay in. But never fear! I’ve re-invented the whole thing and brought an awesome Mexican twist to it.

These aren’t actually wraps, tacos or Quesadillas, but something in the middle. If you have a serious hangover, have a big day's work to do or have lots of people to feed, lash these bad boys on.

I'm not one to blow my own trumpet, but these are abso-fucking-lutely delicious.

Instructions

Step 1

The ingredients are mad simple and you'll find them in your local shop. If you're going to splash the cash try get some high end wraps instead.

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Step 2

Start with a big spud. Peel it completely.

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Step 3

Heat up a large pan with a small amount of oil.

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Step 4

Chop the spud up into little cubes. You can chop the bacon too.

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Step 5

Fry those off over a medium heat for a few minutes, stirring them all the time.

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Step 6

Grab out your sausages. Don't worry about buying any of the fancy ones. Nice plain simple sausages will be just fine.

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Step 7

Cut them up into little pieces.

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Step 8

While you are preparing the mix, grab the wraps. These are Lebanese ones that cost a bit more, but are amazing.

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Step 9

When the spuds and the bacon are starting to take on some colour and getting soft you're nearly there.

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Step 10

Throw in the sausages.

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Step 11

Then season the whole thing with a little pepper and the chopped jalapenos. Don't be a soft arse and make sure to put a load of them in. Bit of heat is essential for this dish.

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Step 12

Take the mix off the heat and grab a second pan. Small drizzle of oil and a medium heat.

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Step 13

Throw in the bread.

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Step 14

When it comes to the heat lash on a good amount of cheese and let it start melting. Don't be fiddling around with it, just leave it do its work.

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Step 15

Spread the mix evenly around the surface, leaving a nice big hole in the middle.

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Step 16

Crack a whole egg straight into the middle and let it warm up for about 30 seconds.

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Step 17

Lash them onto a tray without spilling any of the wonderful topping. Fuck them in under a hot grill for a minute max, until the egg has set. You want a nice runny yoke.

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Step 18

Whip them out and serve them up immediately. Make this for somebody with a hangover and they'll love you forever. Epic stuff.

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Best thing about these is that they actually cook way faster than a fry up. Cooking all the ingredients in a fry at home is a massive pain in the arse and involves pretty much every pan in the house, but this recipe cuts down on all that.

Once you’ve rattled these up, there's no looking back. Little tip: leave one left over and eat it later in the day folded up with a little brown sauce. Whopper!

Written By

Sean

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