Ulster Fry

(1 serving)

  • 2 thick bacon slices
  • 2 sausages
  • 1 vegetable roll (sausage meat mixed with scallions)
  • 2 small tomatoes
  • 4 mushrooms
  • 2 large eggs
  • 1 soda farl (flat version of soda bread)
  • 2 potato farls (Irish potato bread)
Slice tomatoes in half, place in low heat frying pan with a little oil.

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.

Serve immediately.

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.