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Full English Breakfast : Submitted by: Minimins | Date Added: 21 Sep 2011
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2 Sausages
2-3 rashes of smoked bacon cut into chunks
1 small potato cut into cubes
A few mushrooms chopped into chunks
Half a tin of baked beans
Half a tin of chopped tomatoes
1 Egg, poached or fried

Cooking Instructions

Cook the sausages & potatoes for 10 minutes in the Actifry.
Add the chopped bacon for a further 10 minutes.
Add the mushrooms & allow to brown for around 5 minutes.
Add the baked beans & tomatoes.
Cook your egg to your liking in a pan & serve altogether.

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Visitor Comments (22):

DO YOU USE THE PADDLE WITH THIS RECIPE??????????????? Left by: Maurice Coombe (6 Sep 2017)

I added cubes of bacon to this so much better Left by: dave (15 May 2015)

Why Are These Recipes Missing The Important Bits, LIKE When to use the paddle or not, And The Recipe Amounts
Lots Of These Recipes, ARE not Giving Enough Info
Left by: George (29 Jun 2014)

it doesn't state if the paddle is removed also noted when questions are raised there are no replies Left by: Ken taylor (24 Aug 2013)

Just cooked this for 3 fussy teenagers and they have never been so quiet at the table!! Mushrooms were my favourite part! (I left out the beans on this occasion). Definite success!! Left by: Sharon N (26 Jan 2013)

how long does frozen sausages take to cook? Left by: DONALD (8 Dec 2012)

Cooked this last night, absolutely lovely. Not had my Actifry long but really enjoying experimenting with some of the recipes. Left by: Pam Matsell (21 Nov 2012)

Please can you tell me if you use the paddle or not in this recipe? How long for frozen sausages? Thank you:) Left by: Joanne Faulkner (2 Nov 2012)

I assume (it doesn't say) that this is made with the paddle removed. I can't imagine tomatoes and beans slopping around without a huge mess. Left by: Lawrence Davis (21 Oct 2012)

Had this for brunch today at the caravan, expected it to turn to mush totally wrong. Me and my better half best breakfast for ages quick and easy will def be doing this again Left by: Allan Sugden (26 Aug 2012)

Breakfast today was so tasty thanks actifry you're a star. My little lad (ever the scientist) now wants to experiment with a hairdryer and a biscuit tin to see if he gets the same result.
Left by: Bob Stoker (26 Jul 2012)

I am blind and therefore have to use the computer with specialized software, having suffered from a massive heart attack last October I have to start eating more healthily I got this Actifry at lunchtime yesterday already I've had steak and chips (I overcooked the steak a little - I know I like it well done but I'll do it for 20mins next time instead of 40 mins Can't wait to try Breakfast tomorrow. Left by: Bob Stoker (25 Jul 2012)

i made it this morning couldnt beleave how nice its was ,hope you all enjoy top marks for this recipe Left by: wallbanger (netherton, dudley) (22 Jul 2012)

I have just made this and it was TERRIFIC so nice and healthy so it fits in with my ww lifestyle, will be making this again DEFINATELY. Left by: jane (23 May 2012)

Anyone know how long for frozen sausages? Left by: carol vincent (21 May 2012)

Made this for the second time and as I like a bit of fried bread with my Full English added some bread made a nice addition Left by: Nick Barton (14 Apr 2012)

I got my actifry off the ideal world website & im certain I saw someone doing a fried egg in it, am i wronf? Left by: lynn clarke (14 Feb 2012)

Tried my version of this and it was brilliant. Didn't have any tomatoes and don't like mushrooms so left these out. I did add about 1/4 of a red onion. will be doing again. Am loving my actifry! Left by: Paul (9 Feb 2012)

Most cooked this for my wife and myself. 1st class will be doing this again. Left by: John Walton (3 Feb 2012)

I added onions at the start. I heated the beans and tomatoes for 10 minutes so they congealed; most people will probably want to heat it for less, say 5 minutes. I'll be making it again :^) Left by: David (7 Jan 2012)

Wow. Just made this with a couple of changes- I used chorizo and added onions too. It was bloody delicious! Can't believe something so simple could taste so good. Awesome! Left by: Lucy (30 Dec 2011)

Just tried this (SUPURB) Would probably of never tried this but it gets a double thumbs up from me Left by: Gareth (22 Oct 2011)


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