Making a traditional Irish breakfast for St. Patrick’s Day

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They say breakfast is the most important meal, so on St. Patrick's Day, an Irish breakfast is most important.

Chef Josh from the Shannon Rose in Clifton, New Jersey shows how to get the day started, plus shares what will be going on at the pub during for St. Patrick's Day.

Check out Chef Josh's breakfast recipe:

The Shannon Rose Irish Pub's Traditional Irish Breakfast (Serves 2)
2 Tbsp Clarified Butter
4 Eggs
4 Irish Bangers (Sausage)
6 Slices Irish Rashers (Bacon)
6 Slices White Pudding
6 Slices Black Pudding
½ cup Irish Beans
2 Slices of Irish soda bread
1 plum tomato, cut in half
Sea salt and ground black pepper to taste

Heat a 10 inch non-stick sauté pan over medium high heat.
Add the clarified butter.
After about 30 seconds, crack in the eggs and cook to your liking.
In a separate pans over medium heat, brown the bangers, rashers, black pudding and white pudding.
Make sure to brown each item on both sides until fully cooked.
Heat the beans in a small saucepot.
For each plate, place 2 cooked eggs, 2 Bangers, 3 slices each of the rashers, white pudding and black pudding and ¼ cup of beans.
Garnish the plate with a grilled half of tomato.

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