vegan full English breakfast

This vegan ‘all-day’ English breakfast (Meatless Farm) is sure to start your day right at the weekend, or makes a filling brunch, to carry you through to dinner. No fatty bacon streaks or mushrooms swilling in oil here. This is a protein-rich feast with fresh vegetables and tasty tomatoes, ideal with toast and vegan butter.

Avoid sausages for young children and people with swallowing difficulties. Before cooking, read up on food safety for people & pets (many human foods are unsafe around animal friends including mushrooms and vegan meats due to garlic/onion/spices).

Gently fry plant-based chipolatas (or any vegan) sausages in a little oil, with leftover potatoes and quartered button mushrooms. Set aside while you fry vegan bacon rashers and make scrambled tofu (with a little vegan cream). Then heat half a tomato, baked beans and spinach. Arrange everything on a plate, and serve with brown sauce or tomato ketchup.

easy roasted breakfast potatoes

Easy roasted breakfast potatoes (Feasting at Home) are easy to make, and are a lovely side dish for a cooked breakfast. Use any thin-skinned (not Russet) potatoes with rapeseed or olive oil, fresh herbs and spices or garlic powder.

a simple recipe for (vegan) hash browns

vegan hash browns

Hash browns (similar to Swiss Rösti or Polish latkes) are popular at fast food restaurants, but most (even if they don’t contain animal fats) are made with way too much oil (often palm oil) and sold in plastic packaging. In the USA, McDonald’s use dairy milk in their hash browns.

These vegan hash browns (Ela Vegan) use a German recipe so you don’t need to bar-boil the shredded potatoes. You can then cook them in the air-fryer or bake them (or pan-fry if preferred). For best results, use Russet or Yukon gold potatoes, combined with onion, flour, oil, fresh parsley and a flax egg (grinding fresh linseed with water). You can also season with sea salt and smoked paprika.

Keep this recipe away from pets due to unsafe ingredients like salt. Read more on keeping people & pets safe in the kitchen.

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