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Bubble And Squeak

Best ever bubble and squeak

Best ever bubble and squeak... If you're not a meat-eater this yummy dish tastes just as delicious without the bacon. Cabbage, onion and bacon mashed together with potato...

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Bubble and squeak with poached egg

This classic British brunch dish makes for a delicious dinner idea for two.

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Baked Bubble & Squeak Cakes

Baked Bubble & Squeak Cakes, a food drink post from the blog Wallflower Girl, written by Aimee Ryan on Bloglovin’

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Bubble and Squeak Rösti

Bubble and Squeak, one of my fav old fashioned dishes. On Sundays I always make more roast potatoes and veg than I need so that I can make this delicious dish on Mondays. Mash the potatoes and vegetables together, salt and pepper, make either small ones or one large and cook in a frying pan. I use goose fat to fry this in until brown on each side and I top with bacon and a poached or fried egg

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Bubble & squeak

Bubble and squeak is great - not only is it made entirely from leftovers, it's perfect for taking into work for #VCLeftoverLunches

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Nigel Slater’s sweet potato and kale bubble and squeak recipe

Soft orange sweet potato mingles with tangy green kale to make one of the healthiest, tastiest dishes you can ever hope to find. By Nigel Slater

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Bubble and squeak with gammon and fried eggs

Use up Christmas leftovers with this bubble and squeak recipe, throw in anything else you've got too for a classic winter warmer.

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Posh bubble and squeak (with chestnuts)

Who doesn't love bubble 'n' squeak? Posh it up with pancetta and cooked chestnuts, and you've got yourself the perfect Boxing Day brunch.

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Bubble and squeak Once upon a time, thrifty Britons with left-over vegetabes and potatoes from a roast dinner wouldn't have even considered throwing them away - they'd have fried the remnants up to make bubble and squeak. The name comes from the sizzling noise the vegetables make in the pan,

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