Full Irish Breakfast
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Full Irish Breakfast

This recipe for Egg Dishes was submitted by Mr Breakfast on 4/10/2008. Click here to view the recipe.

Recipe number 2300.

Average Rating = 4 (out of 5)

By Charro

Recipe Rating (out of 5):

Heat the oven 250 degrees to keep it warm?! You will get it overdone. Better 80 degrees, don't you think?

Comment submitted: 8/27/2019 (#20841)

By Grammahawaii

Wow, what a big heavy breakfast! No fruits, and not very healthy!

Comment submitted: 4/27/2016 (#19893)

By OneHitWonder

Recipe Rating (out of 5):

In the US, you can only get either one sausage or one piece of bacon! Not the two together anymore. Boo hoo! No beans either. And black pudding? They never heard of it. Their bacon is like our streaky bacon not back rashers. Eggs are eggs. There is no wheat bread. They load white dough with brown sugar and corn syrup to make it brown but it sure ain't soda bread or wheat ! Tea.... gotta stop or I'll be in tears. I miss food from home.

Comment submitted: 4/18/2015 (#19373)

By Traveling

Will be traveling to Ireland this Easter. Apart from the puddings, it sounds like a copy of the full English Breakfast... My wife likes to make something similar for Sunday brunch.

Comment submitted: 3/24/2015 (#19334)

By spencerinperu

Recipe Rating (out of 5):

Been a few years since I was back in Ireland and do miss the classic breakfast. But they forgot about the Irish Coffee chased with a few pints of the famous dark liquid vitamins? Here in Peru, we will try to copy it for tomorrow's St. Pats here.

Comment submitted: 3/16/2015 (#19326)

By Kim Beans

I spent some time in Ireland last fall and loved the breakfast beans! I've been searching for a recipe since. Can someone point me to the recipe for the beans pictured in this article?

Comment submitted: 3/1/2015 (#19301)

By candi

Recipe Rating (out of 5):

I do not like blood pudding... not healthy or beneficial in any book. However, I do have fond memories of family breakfast:D

Comment submitted: 2/18/2015 (#19274)

By Erik e.

Recipe Rating (out of 5):

Dubliner cheese = One of the best cheese made! Watch out or I,ll whack you with my Shillelagh! Also Bangers got their name as the English butchers would add water to the meat before putting it in the casting to make more money. As it fried the steam would bang, pop, etc. Also... "Irish D." is right about corned beef not being common to Irish in Ireland, only across the pond in the U.S. Brine pork is what we like. Irish started eating corned beef when they could not find any brine pork in the U.S. By the way, when I was in my teens I could eat that any feel fine, now that I am well over 50 I get full just looking at it!

Comment submitted: 7/29/2014 (#18945)

By Greenite

Recipe Rating (out of 5):

I get mine at Westbury Farms in Norwood, Mass. on Route 1 and in Walpole. Mass. off Route 1A. They sell this breakfast for about 10 bucks plus coffee. This is a rib sticking meal!

Comment submitted: 11/24/2012 (#14903)

By Irish Lass

Recipe Rating (out of 5):

The most AWESOME breakfast ever!

Comment submitted: 9/18/2012 (#14450)

By Irish D.

A lot of the Irish food section is slightly wrong. I live in Ireland and have never once in my life had bananas and bacon or seen anyone else have it either. A very popular banana dish is the banana sandwich (brown bread with mushed up banana). "Irish oatmeal" is called porridge and the only time a sausage is called a banger is when it is in the popular ENGLISH dish of bangers and mash. By the way corned beef is not at all common and also not Irish.

Comment submitted: 6/2/2012 (#14003)

By Mally

Recipe Rating (out of 5):

Irish breakfast! Oh yeah! Best breakfast in the world.

Comment submitted: 5/31/2012 (#13993)

By Tony

The best breakfast in the whole world. I love it!

Comment submitted: 5/12/2012 (#13902)

By NI Girl

Recipe Rating (out of 5):

It's not an Irish Breakfast without potato bread.

Comment submitted: 2/20/2011 (#12163)

By paddy

Recipe Rating (out of 5):

You missed off Potato Bread - and your photo shows a school boy error: never put beans next to eggs - opposite sides of the plate. Otherwise, good recipe!

Comment submitted: 2/13/2011 (#12121)

By cure-ee-us

Whoa! Is that really what they have for breakfast in Ireland? That meal is massive. Would this just be for a special breakfast or for all the time?

Comment submitted: 6/6/2010 (#10622)

By cammy

Recipe Rating (out of 5):

The best breakfast in the world and the number one reason to visit Ireland.

Comment submitted: 4/26/2010 (#10386)

By Mike

Recipe Rating (out of 5):

Always the best breakfast after a long night out. I used to pay my Irish buddy to make it for me on Sunday mornings...

Comment submitted: 4/24/2010 (#10368)

Official Member: Team BreakfastBy ambeezie (Team Breakfast Member)

Can you get all of this at a grocery store?

Comment submitted: 10/26/2009 (#8908)

By CathalDub

Dubliner cheese = Cheap & Yuck

Comment submitted: 6/15/2009 (#8285)

By grill magic

Recipe Rating (out of 5):

I love it every time - nothing better in the world.

Comment submitted: 8/13/2008 (#6117)