You Can Get An English Breakfast Sandwich And It Looks Incredible

First it was the fry-up in a Yorkshire pudding and now we bring to you a fry up butty. We know you can get an all day breakfast sandwich from many supermarkets but this is the real deal. Trust us.

Credit: Andaz Liverpool Street
Credit: Andaz Liverpool Street

Looks like something you would get at the side of the road on a Sunday morning drive home after a Saturday night sesh.

It's an English breakfast muffin filled with beans, bacon, sausages, hash browns, mushrooms and topped with an egg. Ta-da.

You can probably tell we're impressed but some Reddit users aren't in the slightest (we have no idea why, they mustn't want to block their arteries or something daft like that).

One said: "Epic fail. Put it on a fucking plate." Alright, mate, chill out.

Another added: "Hash browns? Fail." Couldn't really disagree with that comment more if someone way paying me to.

The majority of sane-minded people think it looks just as good as we do.

One commented: "Amazing," with another thinking more practically: "Looks like you'd take one bite and most of it would spill out of the buns."

The guys got a point, you'll need a pair of gloves.

Another used it as a way to give out top-sandwich-making-tips, saying: "They [beans] work really well with the egg. Baked beans are an essential Part of an English breakfast for me. I would recommend Heinz baked beans." Enthusiastic or what?

If you missed it, this is the full English Yorkshire pudding. It's the latest creation from Porky Pig in Manchester and features beans, mushrooms, bacon, grilled tomato, sausage, a fried egg and a hash brown, all served inside a giant Yorkshire pudding.

To top it all off, the whole thing will only set you back £5.50 ($7).

And already the creation has gone down a treat. Owner Eddie Osman told the Manchester Evening News: "The response has been mental. I don't want to see another sausage ever again."

Sounds like we have yet another Yorkshire Pudding-themed success on our hands.

So if you're in Manchester or you're willing to drive miles to get your chops around one of these, be sure to nab yourself the full English Yorkshire pudding and enjoy the two best Sunday meals in one.

Featured Image Credit: Andaz Liverpool Street

Rebecca Shepherd

Rebecca Shepherd is a Journalist at LADbible. She graduated from the University of Central Lancashire with a First Class BA in Journalism. Becky previously worked as Chief Reporter at Cavendish Press, supplying news and feature stories to national newspapers and women's magazines.

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