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Drop vegetable roll and sausages into frying pan and cook on low heat.
Slice mushrooms in half and pop into frying pan.
Place bacon under a medium-heat grill.
Move tomatoes under grill with bacon.
Slice soda farls in half through the middle, exposing the inner bread.
Cut potato farls in half, to create triangles.
Remove sausage, vegetable roll and mushrooms from frying pan. Keep warm under the grill.
Crack eggs into frying pan and cook gently.
Remove eggs once cooked.
Add more oil to pan and turn heat to high.
When hot, but not smoking, add potato and soda farls to pan. Turn constantly to cook evenly.
Remove when golden brown.
The pride of Ulster! The "true fry" that would make an Englishman cry with shame.
Mr Breakfast would like to thank Catwoman for this recipe.
Recipe number 727. Submitted 11/30/2002.
Comments About This Recipe
What do you think of Ulster Fry?
From Locker165 (Team Breakfast Member)
Overall Average Rating =(out of 5)
Based on 14 votes.
Ulster is mostly in Northern Ireland which is a part of the United Kingdom so the correct flag is a Union Flag. No Ulster Fry would be eaten south of the border. They have an Irish Fry down there. I think you should remove the Irish Tricolour from this page.
Comment submitted: 10/17/2012 (#14669)
If you haven't had it... you have to try it. I spent 2 months in Ireland and breakfast is one of my favorite memories. Good Irish Pubs have it here sometimes - almost as good.
Comment submitted: 3/12/2012 (#13660)
Agreed! Best breakfast the world will ever know. Strike that. The best MEAL the universe has known or will ever know!
Comment submitted: 10/16/2011 (#13030)
From Ulster Man!
I was raised on 'em just one thing Catholics do not eat Ulster fry's they can eat the Munster fry but ulster fry is exclusively cooked in protestant homes.
Comment submitted: 10/25/2010 (#11452)
From U.K. Pop
Best breakfast in the world. I dare anyone to say otherwise. Delicious!
Comment submitted: 10/13/2010 (#11380)
I visited northern Ireland and tried the ulster fry - it was awesome. Going again this year manly for the ulster fry.
Comment submitted: 4/12/2010 (#10293)
I live in England and we can get potato and soda farls here. Very tasty. I toast or grill them eat them with eggs and tomatoes. This sounds really good!
Comment submitted: 2/12/2010 (#9690)
Only us Irish have heard of soda farls and potato bread lol, most English people don't even know wot it is lol
Comment submitted: 6/14/2009 (#8275)
From O. Hoho
Our Traditional yet amazing food:)
Comment submitted: 5/15/2009 (#8110)
Get it in ye!
Comment submitted: 2/23/2009 (#7638)
Thank goodness I'm from Ulster if I wasn't i'd have never have tasted this, and boo we are of the real Irish stock.
Comment submitted: 10/24/2008 (#6674)
From Kilted (Team Breakfast Member)
Don't forget The Ulster Fry isn't just for breakfast, in fact it is a traditional supper.
Comment submitted: 7/30/2008 (#5999)
The best thing anyone can eat.
Comment submitted: 6/15/2008 (#5537)
You definitely need Wheaten Farl. Without it in your recipe I could think you aren't real Irish stock.
Comment submitted: 5/5/2008 (#5200)
From The Best
Best breakfast anyone could have!
Comment submitted: 8/8/2007 (#3341)
From Good One
Fantastic. Reminds me of Home.
Comment submitted: 2/2/2007 (#1407)
Best u can get!
Comment submitted: 11/12/2006 (#703)
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