How To Cook A Full English Breakfast… In The Microwave!

Full English, Full English breakfast, Traditional English BreakfastCooking a traditional English breakfast in the microwave is fast and easy.
Let’s see why.

We need 2 eggs, 2 slices of bacon, 2 pork sausages, 3 slices of tomato, a handful of cooked mushrooms, 2 spoons of cooked beans, some ketchup, some butter and white bread for toast.

Cut the slices of bread by giving it a triangular shape, add the butter and toast them in the microwave for one minute at maximum power. After removing the bread slices, place in the microwave a little butter to melt – for about thirty seconds -, then add the bacon until it becomes very crisp. Place the bacon in a dish and the eggs in the microwave (be sure to pierce the yolk & cover the eggs!) and place on 50% heat until they are the desired texture; about two or three minutes.

Put the eggs in the dish next to the bacon, then put butter with the sausage and mushrooms into the dish. Now it’s time to prepare the beans. Let them cook for two minutes in the microwave. Join the rest of the dish and add grilled slices of tomato. Put them next to the other ingredients for your breakfast, and serve everything accompanied by an orange juice, tea or coffee and cornflakes dipped in warm milk.

As you can see, preparing English breakfast using a microwave is easy and funny!

Full English, Full English breakfast, Traditional English Breakfast


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