Step 1: You will need
- 2 sausages
- 100 g mushrooms
- 2 Rashers bacon
- 2 eggs
- 150 g baked beans
- vegetable oil
- ketchup or brown sauce
- 1 knife
- 1 chopping board
- 1 wooden stirring spoon
- 1 spatula
- 1 small saucepan
- 2 frying pans
Step 2: Sausages
We start with our sausages. Quality is crucial here - go for ones with a high percentage of pork and natural ingredients.
Place them in a frying pan with preheated vegetable oil.
They'll take the longest to cook of all our ingredients, around 12 minutes, with regular turning required. They make a lovely, reassuring sizzle as they fry.
Step 3: Mushrooms
Wash and slice the mushrooms. Add them to some preheated vegetable oil in a separate frying pan, then stir and toss them on a gentle heat for about 5 minutes.
After that, consign them to a warm plate until the rest of the fry-up is finished, which won't be long now. Because things are really starting to hot up.
Step 4: Bacon
Bacon next; when the sausages have been frying for 8 minutes, add the rashers to the same pan and turn them every minute or two.
Step 5: Baked beans
As soon as your bacon's under way, the baked beans go on the stove. They require a gentle heat and plenty of stirring.
Now it's a total juggling act!
Step 6: Eggs
While you keep an eye on all that sizzling and bubbling, replenish the other frying pan with oil and put it on a medium heat in readiness for the eggs.
Keep turning the bacon and stirring the beans; then crack one egg... and two, into the empty frying pan. Transfer it to the hottest plate on the stove if necessary - keep stirring those beans! And we're nearly done.
The final touch is to get your spatula and splash hot oil over the eggs until the yolks go opaque. This is a sure sign that they're cooked properly.
And when they're done, the whole meal is done.
Step 7: Serve
Add it all to the plate with the mushrooms on and get ready for the Full English experience.
Try a little tomato ketchup or brown sauce for the finishing touch to the perfect fried breakfast.