Bubble and squeak yay!

I forget just how much I like bubble and squeak .. It’s great .. It started the other day when I treated myself to a breakfast.. and added bubble to the breakfast.. And it was the star!

So since that memorable moment I have desired bubble and squeak..

I have had it twice.. One with a baked potato bought from a stall .. Taken home and chopped with pointy cabbage and streaky bacon..

And today’s star!!!

A feast of jacks potatoes .. Chorizo coins, streaky bacon, pointy cabbage and white onion.. Stunning!

All fried up and a few knobs of butter added.. Just for flavour .. And this hits flavour town!!!

Ooh bubble and squeak.. Wonderful..

Even great without the meat.. Dare I say it! Bubble and squeak with miso and tahini black eyed beans was a dish my Mama used to make me as a growing boy.. It was one of my faves!!.. Hmmm perhaps that needs a revisit! 20140808-152620-55580905.jpg

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Categories: Lunches, Pigs, previous posts, Recipes, Travel Bites

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5 replies

  1. I like bubble and squeak when it’s freshly fried and full of good stuff, like yours! As for your mum’s version – it sounds unusual but tasty, would you have the recipe to share?
    Thank you for an awesome meaty contribution to Fiesta Friday, as always!

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  2. I’ve never heard of bubble and squeak, thanks for helping me learn something new today. 🙂

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    • No way??? It’s wonderful!!! Traditional wax you would throw everything left from the roast in the pan.. And also to stodge up a breakfast.. It’s great with grated sprouts too! You need to let the spuds go cold first

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