Have you ever cooked your whole Breakfast on the BBQ? Cooking a Full English is one of Olly’s (and his son Jude’s) favourite things to do at the weekend. They’d both have it for breakfast, lunch and dinner if they could. Shake up your Sunday brunch this weekend by giving it a go or bookmark this recipe for a sunny day. No Full English is complete without some of our bacon and sausages so of course we threw them in our BBQ breakfast, plus our latest obsession – nduja cheesy baked beans. You can also cook your fried eggs and roasted tomatoes on a BBQ, which is not something everyone knows, but trust us, it takes your BBQ breakfast to the next level!
– 1 pack of The Jolly Hog Proper Porker sausages
– 1 pack of The Jolly Hog Black Treacle Bacon
– Vine tomatoes
– Baked Beans
– Grated cheese
– Clarence Court Eggs
– Start by putting a pack of our Proper Porker sausages on the BBQ as they take the longest to cook.
– Whilst they’re cooking, take a pack of tomatoes on the vine, brush them with olive oil & a sprinkle of pepper and add them onto the BBQ to blister them.
– Put the lid down on your BBQ. If you don’t have a lid, make sure you turn your food more often, in order for it to cook evenly.
– Next up, add a pack of our Black Treacle Bacon to your BBQ.
– Whilst your breakfast is cooking, add a tin of standard baked beans to a small cast iron pan. Add in some chopped nduja & grated cheese to take your beans to the next level. Add them to your BBQ and stir.
– Finally, cook your eggs by adding another small cast iron pan to the BBQ (or you can re-use your baked beans pan!) Crack the eggs into the pan after adding some butter & fry them until you’re happy with how gooey the yolk is.
– Give your sourdough a quick blast on the BBQ to complete the brekkie!