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    Beans on toast

    How do you like to jazz up this classic meal then?

    A few fried eggs, bit of cheese whatever, HP sauce

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    Quote Originally Posted by FarangRed
    How do you like to jazz up this classic meal then

    fry up up acouple of sliced bacon rashers, dice an onion a teaspoon of garlic, and depending on the mood a healthy splash of either tabascoe sauce or sweet chilli, when the onion and bacon are done throw in the beans, stir through and give a generous belt of cracked black pepper...mmmm i might just go make a mix right now

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    Quote Originally Posted by nedwalk
    tabascoe sauce
    Quote Originally Posted by nedwalk
    a generous belt of cracked black pepper
    That's the way Ned, great stuff!

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    grated cheddar, lea n perrins and curry powder. winner!

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    Grate in some seriously strong cheese and add a knob of butter serve on some well toasted crusty bread.

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    Spread Marmite or Vegemite on the toast first, excellent!

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    Yum. Just plain from the can and heated is OK by me. Don't even need the toast. I remember the day I found it in a farang super for the first time in Thailand. Ate it cold right outta the can. I did not share.

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    ^ then you're just plain spiteful

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    small clove of garlic sauted in butter before the beans are added.
    chopped tomato
    chopped ham
    mushrooms
    basil and oregano.
    bit cheese on top.

    served with Earl Gray.

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    I find beans on toast (classic) to be a little boring so I always add a little fredism.

    Now I notice you are all looking at the beans but ignoring the toast. Big mistake.
    The best way to make the toast is to hold the bread in the flame of a gas hob but you must remember to move it around as it's cooking. I like my toast the same way I like my ladies. That's hot and slightly brown.

    Now we have the base right we must move on to the beans. In this part of Indonesia it's very hard to find good brands so I have to make do with whatever I can get.

    1 - Add extra tomato sauce then sweet chilli sauce. To determine the quantity of the latter you should consider how spicy you like your food and how quickly you can dash to the toilet.

    2 - Add little bits of fried chicken or whatever other leftover meats you can find.
    (Roadkill is fine as long as you remove rats or maggots.)

    3 - My all time favourite. I often make up a large portion og bolonhowdoyouspellit sauce. I find a spoon full of that in with the beans is more than wonderful.
    Be happy dudes. It's a lot more fun than crying.

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    Beans on toast combined with healthy servings of HP sauce provides a combination to send your taste buds dancing to the heavens.

    Second only to a bacon sarnie in culinary delights.

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    Living out here in Thailand how many people still prefer Hienze beans?

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    Also important is the bread for me none of that mothers pride shit

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    I still prefer Heinz if you are going to eat them "As is". But since moving over here and starting to eat spicier food they have tasted bland. They need spicing up a little as stated previously so the Ayam beans are OK for adding stuff to IMHO.

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    Like it also with a couple of poached eggs

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    A bit of strong cheese and some HP sauce, maybe a bit of bacon or sausage. Anything else and it just shows that your a pauper trying to make a 'classy' meal out of peasant food and believing it's gourmet dining.

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    Slightly off topic,but I love cold Bake Beans with a salad

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    Quote Originally Posted by Travelmate View Post
    Beans on toast combined with healthy servings of HP sauce provides a combination to send your taste buds dancing to the heavens.

    Second only to a bacon sarnie in culinary delights.
    I bought some top bacon the other week imported back bacon got some nice granary bread I had about 5 rashers HP brown sauce aroi mak maak

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    Quote Originally Posted by English Noodles View Post
    A bit of strong cheese and some HP sauce, maybe a bit of bacon or sausage. Anything else and it just shows that your a pauper trying to make a 'classy' meal out of peasant food and believing it's gourmet dining.
    Just some things you fancy now and again

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    When I was a kid, one of our favourites was a ' Beano '

    This was a couple of rashers of bacon on toast, beans poored on top of the bacon, a poached egg on top of the beans then a few slices of cheddar cheese melted over the top.............yummy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by English Noodles View Post
    A bit of strong cheese and some HP sauce, maybe a bit of bacon or sausage. Anything else and it just shows that your a pauper trying to make a 'classy' meal out of peasant food and believing it's gourmet dining.
    God you splurt some nonsense Poodles.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bangyai View Post
    When I was a kid, one of our favourites was a ' Beano '

    This was a couple of rashers of bacon on toast, beans poored on top of the bacon, a poached egg on top of the beans then a few slices of cheddar cheese melted over the top.............yummy.
    I do it myself here it's top after a couple of beers dripping every where the wife thinks I'm a rite pig

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    A 1 pan special! Chopped-up bacon and tomato in fry pan,/fry/saute.
    Add the the beans, Salt/pepper/chili /Tabasco/HP/Worcestershire Sauce, whatever, to taste and just simmer , Make 2 small hollows in the mix and add an egg to each hollow, turn down the heat, cover the pan and leave for 2 minutes, while you cook the toast.
    Butter the toast and slide the contents of the pan on top. Grated cheese, if you have it on top. Easy. 10 minutes maximum, depending on how pissed you are.

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    ^well I'm pissed now coz I just make jacket potato and purred the beans on top

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