Full English breakfast risotto – not a breakfast recipe, no, but rather a delicious risotto with all the lovely bits of a full English breakfast! Yes it’s indulgent, yes it’ll probably give you blue lips, but it’s so, so good: plus as with all our risottos, it pretty much cooks itself – no clarting about with adding ladles of stock! This is a rollover recipe – you can use the leftover sausages and bacon from yesterday’s recipe of super scrambled eggs to make into this beauty! I mean, I don’t recommend you have them both on the same day, but there’s nothing stopping you cooking off all the sausages and bacon and leaving half aside to make this.
Not a fan of congealed blood and fat and oats? Please: call yourself a blubber-merchant? Feel free to leave it out. If you do, it’s syn free. Top tip for this: once you’ve finished serving it up in that effortlessly stylish way of ours, pop the yolk so it runs through the risotto, mash the tomatoes in and crumble over that black pudding. It’s so, so good!
No chitter-chat tonight as we’re off to the gym. I know: who have we become? But after yesterday’s diatribe I need to stop bumping my lips for a bit.
This serves four, by the way – normal portions. If you’re a greedy sod like me, two massive bowls.
to make full english breakfast risotto you will need:
- 400g arborio rice
- 3 chicken stock cubes (dissolved in 1 litre of boiling water)
- 4 low fat sausages, cooked and sliced (see top tips below)
- 1 onion, finely chopped
- 4 bacon medallions, cooked and chopped
- 4 eggs
- 2 slices of Morrison’s black pudding (9 syns)
- 2 big handfuls of mushrooms
- 150g cherry tomatoes
top tips to make full english breakfast risotto:
- we used the sausages and bacon from Musclefood which are both syn free! If you want to check out our special deals just click here! Of course, you can use other sausages – just remember to syn them
- we used Morrison’s black pudding which is 4½ syns a slice – they vary a lot across brands though so do check yours
- you can cook the bacon and sausages however you like them – we used our Optigrill but you could use an airfryer, a frying pan, a George Foreman grill or a normal grill – however you want! For best results cook the sausages halfway (they’ll cook fully later)
- don’t like black pudding or mushrooms? Just leave them out! You can add or remove whatever you like – make it however you like it!
- an oil sprayer will make this so much easier and won’t strip your pans like Fry Light does – we use this one and it’s excellent!
- if you want fancy fried egg like us *cough* you can get your mitts on some fancy food rings at Amazon
to make full english breakfast risotto you should:
- preheat the oven to 190ºc
- lay the cherry tomatoes out onto a baking tray and spray with a little oil
- cook in the oven for about 20-25 minutes
- heat a large pan over a medium-high heat and spray in a little oil
- add the onions and mushrooms to the pan and fry until the onions start to turn golden
- add the rice to the pan along with the sausages and bacon and give another stir
- pour the stock into the pan, cover and simmer on a low heat for 20-25 minutes
- meanwhile, spray a frying pan with a little oil and fry the black pudding for 3-4 minutes each side, and set aside
- in the same pan, add a little more oil and fry the eggs to your liking
- once the risotto is cooked serve into bowls
- top with the tomatoes, halved black pudding and fried egg
Craving more ooey, gooey risottos? We’ve got loads!
- brussell sprouts and bacon risnotto (syn free)
- chicken, orzo and sunblush tomato risnotto (syn free)
- chicken and mushroom one-pot paella (syn free)
- italian sausage and chicken risotto (1 syn)
- one-pot french onion risotto (1.5 syns)
- white risotto with thyme, prosciutto, pecorino and crumbled goats cheese (4 syns)
- oompah poompa one-pot (1.5 syns)
- chicken and chorizo risotto (4 syns)
- ooey gooey risotto cake (2.5 syns)
Wondering if cubs still alive as no posts for a few days7y
We are! Just taking a wee break!
That risotto looks extremely delicious.
I need to try that risotto.