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The perfect dish should steady you and lift the spirits at the same time. I can't think of anything that does both with such success as devilled kidneys - especially for breakfast. A symbiotic relationship can be found in the form of devilled kidneys and a glass of black velvet: it is a joy. You can use white or brown toast, though white seems to sup up the juices better.
Black velvet is an equal-parts mixture of Guinness and champagne. Classicists pour the Guinness in first, then trickle the champagne over the top using the back of a spoon so the layers stay separate; others like them well-mixed.
Typical values per serving:
This recipe was first published in October 2008.