It’s almost the start of a new year. As of tomorrow 2014 will be the past and we would have all stepped foot into 2015… And with that we will most probably be joined by some horrendous hangovers. To thank you all for reading for the past year I thought it was only right that my last recipe of 2014 should really show my appreciation for your loyalty. Therefore I give to you the best gift anyone could ever want for the beginning of 2015, or any year in fact… The best hangover cure out there.
All the components of a full English breakfast, but with absolutely no hassle at all. Cooking can be extremely stressful when hungover, we all know this. I usually lay in bed crying, waiting for a fry up to just magically appear on my lap. This hasn’t happened yet and unfortunately I’m not sure it ever will, so instead of waiting I decided to take measures into my own hands and create this wonderful breakfast bake.
The beauty of this recipe is that it requires no thinking whatsoever, which is just what we want after a crazy night. All that is required is one tray and the list of ingredients below. No pots or pans, no stirring or frying, just adding ingredients every so often and waiting for them to cook. It really is the easiest full English breakfast you’ll ever make. Get yourself to the shops now with that list of ingredients so you’re all ready for the morning and watch how easy it is.
Happy New Year!
4 good quality sausages
4 bacon rashers
4 hash browns
6-8 cherry tomatoes on the vine
8-10 button mushrooms
Salt and fresh black pepper
- Preheat oven to gas mark 8/220C or 200C for fan assisted ovens.
- Throw the sausages and hash browns into a baking tray with a drizzle of olive oil and place in the centre of your preheated oven.
- After 10 minutes remove the tray, turn the sausages and hash browns over and throw in the tomatoes and mushrooms and lay the bacon over the top. Pop back in the oven for a further 10 minutes.
- Remove the tray from the oven and using a pair of tongs move all the food around to allow two gaps for the eggs. Crack an egg in each gap and then return tray to the oven for 5 more minutes or until the egg is cooked to your liking.
- Once your eggs are done and your breakfast is looking a nice golden colour remove from the oven and season with salt and some fresh black pepper.
- Dish out onto two plates along with a couple of slices of buttered toast. Breakfast has never been so easy!