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Ham and Eggs English Breakfast

  • Breakfast has always been the most important of all meals during the day, and it is very important to start it with the right vitamins and proteins that we will need during the day. One of the richest in proteins is “ham and eggs” because it has everything we require. By the way, the origin of this breakfast is from England and consists of bacon or ham with two fried eggs. In addition, orange juice, a piece of cheese, tomatoes, and even sausage go well with it. The English have a stronger breakfast than the Italians. Follow recipe.

Ingredients for English breakfast: simple, 10 min,1 serving
  • 2 whole eggs

  • 4 linger and thin slices of bacon/ or ham

  • 1 sausage/ on grill

  • 200 ml squeezed orange juice

  • 1 Tablespoon olive oil for frying

  • 1 a piece of feta cheese/ or other

  • 2 cherry tomatoes/into slices

  • salt and black pepper to taste

  • non-stick pan

Preparation:
  1. To make this rich breakfast, first start with eggs.

  2. Pour very little olive oil into the pan. When it has warmed up over moderate heat, add 4 longer thin slices of bacon, fry until transparent.

  3. Then beat the eggs in the pan and gently lower them right above the bacon. Cover the pan. That way, the white egg on the upper side will catch faster, and the white will pass over the yolk just enough to dip it with the bread. Fry them for about 5– 6 minutes on low heat. When fried, remove the ham and eggs with a spatula directly to the plate. The lower part of the ham and eggs must be well browned, I mean the bacon.

  4. Put the sausage in the same pan and let it fry until well browned on all sides. While it's frying, squeeze the juice from the orange using a juicer.

  5. Serve the sausage next to the ham and eggs, and cut the tomatoes and cheese into slices. Enjoy a real and rich breakfast!

Buon appetito!


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