Whatever You Got, One Pan Fry-Up (Serves 2)
“Every meal in my house is made using whatever is in the fridge at the time. We’re not good at meal planning and just tend to buy great-looking and favourite ingredients – and hope for the best when we get hungry. That is most true at breakfast, though you can always rely on some eggs knocking about. It’s basically whatever you fancy from the fridge, added to one pan at different times, based on how long each item takes to cook. Finally you drop the eggs in to bring it all together. The exception to the one-pan recipe here is the hash brown, of which I am a self-confessed addict. We have spent a long time creating the Morty & Bob’s hash brown, and serve it with a minute steak and eggs in the restaurant. I’ll always nick a couple for the weekend from the service fridge.”
- Charlie Philips – Morty & Bob’s
- Large handful of whole oyster mushrooms, ripped lengthways into three or four pieces.
- British smoked streaky bacon
- 4 rich-yolk eggs like Clarence Court or St Ewe
- A good knob of butter