How To Make an Authentic Full Irish Breakfast
Start Your Day the Hearty Way With A Traditional Irish Breakfast
The Irish are known for their generous meals and a hearty traditional Irish breakfast is the perfect start to any day...especially St. Patrick's Day!
How will you be starting your St. Patrick's Day this year? On this page, discover Irish soda bread, black pudding, white pudding, Irish breakfast tea and the many other items that make up a traditional Full Irish Breakfast.
Start planning now for your St. Patrick's Day breakfast on March 17th!
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Full Irish Breakfast
A Full Irish Breakfast takes the morning meal to a whole new level! It starts with traditional breakfast foods, like eggs, sausage, bacon, potatoes and hot tea with milk...but it gets crazy good when you add in some grilled tomatoes, baked beans, black and white puddings and Irish soda bread with sweet butter and preserves! My mouth is watering just thinking about it!
Full Irish Breakfast
What Makes Up a Traditional Irish Breafast?
This is a list of items that make up a hearty traditional Irish breakfast. Of course, not every Irish breakfast will include every one of these items, but choose the ones you like the best to make up a delicious fare for St. Patrick's Day...or any day!
- Farm Fresh Eggs with bright, sunny yolks
- Irish Sausage
- Irish Bacon (thicker than American bacon)
- Grilled Tomatoes
- White Pudding
- Black Pudding (blood pudding)
- Baked Beans
- Potato Bread
- Irish Soda Bread
- Sweet Irish Butter
- Traditional Irish Preserves
- Irish Breakfast Tea with lots of milk
What is an Irish Breakfast?
Irish Breakfasts Online - Links for each item in a traditional Irish breakfast!
- Full Irish Breakfast Recipe | MrBreakfast.com
From the International Egg Dishes Breakfast Recipe Collection. A detailed description of a traditional Irish Breakfast along with a complete recipe.
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- Irish Kitchen Irish Food Irish Recipes Jams & Preserves Irish culture and customs - World Cultur
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May the Irish hills caress you.
May her lakes and rivers bless you.
May the luck of the Irish enfold you.
May the blessings of Saint Patrick behold you.
What is black pudding? White pudding?
Wondering what black pudding and white pudding is? No, it's not chocolate and vanilla desserts! Actually, these puddings are breakfast sausages! Black pudding is made with the blood and fat of the pig, mixed with bread crumbs and seasonings. White pudding is basically the same thing, but without the blood!
It used to be that every Irish family had a backyard pig...when they butchered it, they rightly used EVERY part of the animal...Waste Not, Want Not! The tradition of blood sausage has been passed on through the generations and is still enjoyed today in a traditional Irish breakfast!
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May your blessings outnumber
The shamrocks that grow,
And may trouble avoid you
Wherever you go.
Finish with an Irish Tea
The Irish will tell you that the only teas worth drinking are either Lyon's or Barry's...and usually they have a preference between the two! The best Irish teas blend perfectly with the water in Ireland, so you may not get quite the same effect when you have Irish breakfast tea in other places!
Irish Tea ~ Hot with lots of milk!
Irish Breakfast Tea - Finish Your Traditional Irish Breakfast with Tea
Don't forget to add lots of milk!