McMuffin

McMuffin

  • Prep Time10 min
  • Cook Time20 min
  • Total Time30 min
  • Yield4 Servings
  • Course
  • Cooking Method
    • Direct on Plancha or Griddle

Ingredients

  • Spray Oil for the Plancha
  • 4 Muffins
  • 8 Pork Sausages
  • 8 rashers Streaky Bacon
  • 4 Eggs
  • 4 slices of processed cheese (I know that’s sacrilege but it is the best type for these)
  • (You can add other things such as hashbrowns or grilled tomato )

Method

1

Take the skin of the sausages and make four patties each containing two sausages. Squirt some oil on the plancha or griddle pan and put the patties on to cook. Add the bacon after about 10 mins.

2

You can do one of two things with the eggs you can cook them in a silicone ring, just like they do at McDonalds or you can scramble them.

3

Once you are happy that the sausages are cooked, toast the muffins and add the cheese to the top of the sausage patties and melt.

4

Pile up your sausage patties, bacon, egg and if desired a big splodge of ketchup

Recipe by Mark Cole :Twitter @Coleybbq, Instagram coleybbq

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Two for One Breakfast (Part 1)

Two for One Breakfast (Part 1)

  • Prep Time1 hr
  • Cook Time30 min
  • Total Time1 hr 30 min
  • Yield3 Servings
  • Course
  • Cooking Method
    • InDirect/Plancha

Ingredients

  • 3 Large Jacket Potatoes
  • 6 Pork Sausages (3 for Part 1)
  • 6 rashers Streaky Bacon
  • 3 Eggs
  • 1 Onion sliced

Method

1

Bake the potatoes the night before and allow to cool.

2

Once cool, cut off the top and bottom and scoop out most of the potato, leaving 0.5/1cm inside. Reserve the potato for Two for One Breakfast (Part 2)

3

Take the skin off the sausages. At this stage you can flavour up the sausage meat if desired. I used a little bit of salt and pepper and some hot sauce. Mix together and split the mixture in to six, reserving 3 for part two. Use the sausage meat to plug the bottom half of each of the potatoes. Wrap two slices of bacon around each potato. You may need to pin them with a cocktail stick.

4

Stand the potatoes on the plancha or in a cast iron pan for approximately 20 minutes.

5

Once the sausage is cooked drop an egg in to the top of each and start frying your onion. The egg will take approximately 10 minutes, but cook it to your desired outcome. Sprinkle the onions over the top and you are good to go

Recipe by Tim Donald t: Tim@silverbackgrill insta: tim.donald1

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Two for One Breakfast (Part 2)

Two for One Breakfast (Part 2)

  • Prep Time10 min
  • Cook Time20 min
  • Total Time30 min
  • Yield3 Servings
  • Course
  • Cooking Method
    • InDirect/Plancha

Ingredients

  • Potato reserved from Part 1
  • Sausages reserved from Part 1
  • 1 Eggs
  • 1 Onion diced
  • 3 Rolls

Method

1

Form the remaining sausage in to 3 patties. Cook on the plancha for about 10 minutes a side or until internal temp reaches 70c.

2

Mash the potato and mix with the onion and egg. Form the potato in to 3 patties and put on the plancha with the sausage patties, these will probably take about 10 minutes a side. You might want to put a pat of butter under each to help with the browning.

3

Toast the buns cut side down on the plancha for a minute or two and assemble. If you are like me you will liberally lash with hot sauce. As with most breakfast dishes you can stack this with whatever you want!

Recipe by Tim Donald t: Tim@silverbackgrill insta: tim.donald1

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Susan Stoneman – Drop Crumpets

Susan Stoneman – Drop Crumpets

  • Prep Time24 min
  • Cook Time6 min
  • Total Time30 min
  • YieldMakes around 24 (depending on size)
  • Course
  • Cooking Method
    • Direct grill on plancha or griddle

Ingredients

  • 115g plain flour
  • 115g strong flour
  • Half teaspoon cream of tartar
  • 4g dried yeast
  • 250ml lukewarm water
  • Half teaspoon salt
  • 1/4 teaspoon bicarbonate of soda
  • 140ml lukewarm milk
  • Vegetable oil for frying

Method

1

Sift the flours and cream of tartar into a bowl and add in the yeast. Stir in the lukewarm water with a wooden spoon and leave covered for about an hour.

2

The dough will be full of little air bubbles. Add the salt and stir. The dough will fall at this point but will rise back up. Leave for 30 minutes

3

Stir in the bicarbonate of soda and the lukewarm milk. The batter should be a thick pouring consistency. Pour into a measuring jug as this makes it easier for pouring your drop crumpets

4

Heat your griddle to a high temperature. Put on a little vegetable oil to prevent sticking and pour little circles of mixture onto the griddle.

5

Cook for about 3 minutes on the first side. You should see lots of little bubbles form then pop – this gives the crumpet look.

6

Turn over and cook the other side.

7

Keep warm and eat with the topping of your choice. Lovely with just butter and honey.

Recipe from Susan Stoneman

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