In the UK, people love their food, and many of us cook elaborate breakfasts to see us through the day. One of the best ways to start your day off right is with full English, will all the trimmings. According to one chef profiled in The Guardian recently, the full English is one of the best dishes in the world when done properly.
One of the main things to remember when cooking a full English is not to overdo it. You want all the trimmings, but to overkill it would make the best meal of the day one of the worst. Chefs all over the world take breakfast seriously, just like any other meal, so it is important that those eating it do too.
Another tip when it comes to cooking a full English is to get the right ingredients. Combining the best ingredients perfectly can make a great meal. Traditionally, the full English is made up of eggs, sausages, tomatoes, black pudding, bacon, and toast. How these are combined is entirely up to the chef.
The last, but perhaps most important tip, is to take care with the ingredients. Fry the sausages and black pudding until they are crispy on both sides, and make sure the tomatoes are cooked thoroughly before serving. Also remember that breakfast is the most important meal of the day, and to skip it leaves the body not feeling as alert as it could be.