Every American household has their own definition of a "classic" breakfast.
For some, it's sunny-side-up eggs with two links of breakfast sausage.
For others, it's blueberry pancakes with a heavy pour of maple syrup.
Well, Gordon Ramsay revealed his recipe for an all-American breakfast.
And it's BONKERS.
First, let us just bask in the glory of this oil-slicked embodiment of joy:
Now, here's how Ramsay makes it. First, he grates potatoes and onions.
Then he pours a "glug of olive oil" onto a hot pan, pats down the potato-onion mixture, and lines the hash brown disc with chunks of butter.
After cracking a couple of eggs onto the dish, he pops the whole thing into the oven.
When Ramsay gets to work on the bacon, things get a lil' confusing. "One thing I could never get my head around when I first started eating American breakfasts was the sweetness from the bacon," he says.
Ramsay makes his special glazed bacon by cooking the strips in a combination of olive oil AND butter, brown sugar (!), salt, and pepper.
He then lays the crispy strips on the hash brown.
And the final result is, as mentioned, simply beautiful.