What’s for Breakfast? English Beans and Toast

What's for breakfast in the UK? Eggs and Beans; try Food Network Magazine's modernized version for breakfast this weekend.
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Photo by: Antonis Achilleos

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Beans and toast is a breakfast tradition in the UK (it's both adored and loathed) that has stood the test of time. The story goes that in 1927 an executive at Heinz decided to create a national dish in order to sell more canned beans and an iconic dish was born.

If you’re interested in becoming a convert then try Food Network Magazine’s Baked Eggs and Beans on Toast. We’ve modernized this classic by adding a fresh tomato salad and a baked egg. Make half the recipe to make a more responsible breakfast portion for four. Enjoy!

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