South African BBQ breakfast

South African BBQ recipe for breakfast
In a country also see, DIY Plumbing Tips that is famous for its fire-cooked food checkout, Find An Affordable Way To Restore Your Roof! - called it BBQ, Barbies or by the more authentic term, SA braai - it is not surprising to find that every meal has opportunities on the open-fire menu in South Africa, including breakfast!

At its most basic, the South African BBQ recipe for breakfast is cooked on a skottle (or plough disc - or shear) in which case it usually includes fried eggs, fried tomatoes , Bedding Quilts and quite often bacon, sausage and sometimes even chips as well. This version is tantamount to using a large frying pan-type cooking utensil to cook everything all together outdoors. checkout, Home Improvement Loan

Breakfast on the braai
The quantity of food checkout, Rubber Stamping you cook will depend on the number of people you are feeding and the amount of food consider, RC Mini Submarine they eat. This is more than enough for six people; increase the number eggs and tomatoes also see, Rubber Stamping if you wish.

You can use a skottle over an open fire, have a look at, DIY Bathroom Wall or you can cook on a gas have a look at, Cape Malay recipe for waterblommetjie bredie version that you will find at most stores that stock BBQ utensils. You can add a little olive oil or a dollop of butter to the pan before you start cooking, but usually there will be plenty of pan juice from the boerewors and the bacon for you to cook all the other food. look at, Chocolate Kids Birthday Cake Recipe

2 kg traditional South African boerewors made with different types of meat and spices; or substitute with some other type of sausage, preferably beef.

250 g bacon
10 eggs
6 tomatoes
4 onions sliced
salt and pepper consider, Parsnip and Date Cake to taste
fresh bread

Start by cooking the bacon and sausage on a hot , DIY Plumbing Tips plough disc. Turn several times during the cooking process. Slice the tomatoes why not visit, Sculpture in half and place consider, Face Painting around the outside also see, Sculpture of the meat, cut sides uppermost.

Turn the tomatoes look at, History of Weaving only once. Make space for the onion slices in the centre of the pan and allow them to simmer in the pan juices. When everything else is cooked, fry the eggs in the pan juices.

Sprinkle the onions, tomatoes , RC Mini Submarine and eggs with a little salt and pepper. look at, History of Weaving Serve and use fresh bread to soak up any pan juices left in the pan, which is the secret of success when it comes to this South African BBQ recipe.

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