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Getting your timings perfect when cooking a full English brekkie is a bit of a challenge to say the least - especially when you're having to tackle it with a raging hangover, which is usually the time you crave it most.
When do you pop the toast down? How many minutes for a dippy fried egg and how long does it take to get your hash browns just the right amount of crispy?
Don't get us wrong, a full English is always an absolute winner and all, but the amount of washing up afterwards is enough to give even the messiest of students heart palpitations.
Thankfully, Lidl is now selling a multi-section frying pan that will be perfect for whipping up a cooked breakfast that will solve all of the above problems.
Yup, for an affordable £12.99, you can purchase the Ernesto Multi-Section Frying Pan that has enough room for sausages, bacon, mushrooms, tomatoes, eggs and beans.
All in ONE pan. Absolutely ingenious.
The product has a high-quality non-stick coating and is suitable for all hob types. Oh, and it has a three-year warranty as well - just think how many fry-ups you can squeeze into that time frame (well over 1,000, if you were to go for one every day).
All you'll have to do is get that kettle on to make sure there's a brew ready and waiting for you when you sit down to tuck in.
And when you're all done cooking your scran, there's absolutely no need for scrubbing the pan in the sink as it is completely dishwasher safe. That, friends, is what we call a win-win.
Obviously, the pan isn't just limited to cooking breakfast, as you can also use it for whatever you bloody well fancy in the kitchen.
Fancy a juicy steak and all the trimmings? The pan is also perfect for cooking almost any piece of meat, with space to fry some potatoes on the side and heat up some of your favourite sauce.
The steaks are both named after the famous Japanese Kobe Wagyu, which can sometimes sell for up to an eye watering £500 per kilo in Japan.
The pan is not just limited to carnivores either, as vegetarians could even fry up some squeaky halloumi in the pan, or griddle some fresh veggies. God, it's just so versatile.
Then round all that off with some of Lidl's 99p churros? Banging.
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