Northern Ireland has a superb accompaniment to their breakfast dishes that truly supercedes hash browns, and that is the Farl. While there is no general consensus of this recipe, it is generally agreed that it is a type of potato bread with leftover(or freshly cooked)mashed potatoes. Some famiies will bake them and cut into wedges while some prefer the method below, resulting in a much crispier side dish. I have also added a little "somethin' somethin'" in the way of beans. Although baked beans are part of the tradtional breakfast Farls accompany, I adore the flavor and substance this extra protein gives and I think you will too.
For 4 Serving(s)