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How to cook the perfect English Breakfast

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How to cook the perfect English Breakfast

The Sloane's Full English Sloane’s Cumberland / English Breakfast sausage Sloane’s Back bacon Sloane’s US Style Smoked Bacon Sloane’s Black Pudding Hash Browns (homemade is best, recipe follows) Portobello Mushroom Tomato (good quality, ripe only) Free-Range Organic eggs (we prefer Sirin Farm eggs) Baked Beans (homemade or Heinz) HP Sauce A good English come down to good ingredients, as well as using Sloane’s meats, ensure all the ingredients are of a high quality. Eggs should always be free-range, the difference is huge! Not everyone agrees on having baked beans on an English breakfast, but if you do, again, make sure...

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How to cook you Beef Wellington

Admin Sloane's

How to cook you Beef Wellington

How to cook a Sloane’s Beef Wellington. The Sloane’s beef wellington will feed 2 hungry diners, or more if part of a 3 or 4 course meal. The hard work has been done by us, so cooking is simple. We have already sousvide the beef inside so all you’re really doing is cooking the pastry and warming the centre. Preheat the oven to 180°c and place the Wellington into the centre of the oven on a baking tray. Your Wellington comes on a square of baking parchment and its best to leave it on, as this can easily be removed...

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Baked Chorizo & Egg

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Baked Chorizo & Egg

6x Sloane’s Chorizo Fresco  A splash of good olive oil 1 small onion, sliced thinly 2 cloves of garlic, sliced thinly I tin of good quality Tomatoes 1 tsp Spanish smoked paprika 1 egg ripped fresh oregano Salt & freshly ground black pepper Heat a little oil in a shallow flameproof casserole dish. Add the chorizo and gently fry until nicely browned. Remove and set aside. Add a little extra olive oil to the pan followed by the onion and garlic and cook until soft and slightly browned. Stir in the tomatos, half the oregano and salt and pepper. Gently...

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How to cook a sausage

Joe Sloane

How to cook a sausage

How to cook a Sausage There are numerous ways to cook sausages, but the general rule is to cook them long and slow until they are just cooked. Too long and, like any piece of meat, they can be dry and tough; too fast and the natural sausage casings can burst. Pan/ Griddle Pan Frying Pan frying is one of the best ways to cook a fresh sausage: just make sure the pan is on a very low heat. To pan fry, add a little oil to the pan, place your sausages in and slowly cook for about 20 minutes,...

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How to cook your Roasting Joint

Joe Sloane

How to cook your Roasting Joint

How to cook a Loin Roasting Joint. We recommend allowing 350 - 400g per person of raw pork, anything left at the end will make some amazing sandwiches the next day. Depending on the size of the loin, allow about 2 hours to cook and then another 20 minutes to rest. A pork joint needs to be cooked for 20 mins per 450g – so about 1.45- 2 hours for a 2.5kg joint. Season the pork well with salt and pepper and place in a roasting pan. Start it off on 240C for 20 mins, then reduce the heat to...

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