• Robert G @RobertG Battersea - updated 3y

    Final Home Brunch Treats - Shakshuka

    With restaurants, pubs & bars getting ready to open, we're near the end of our cook at home brunch treats. Please share any pics you've taken. You might prefer this for lunch or dinner instead of brunch ...

    INGREDIENTS -Serves One
    Splash of Olive Oil
    60g Chorizo, Diced
    80g Tinned Black Eyed Beans
    1/2 Tbsp Tomato Puree
    125ml Bloody Bens Bloody Mary Mix - see below
    2 Large Handfuls of Baby Spinach
    1 Egg
    Grating of Strong Cheddar
    Sliced Spring Onions to serve
    Sliced Red Chilli to serve
    Toast to serve

    Heat the Olive Oil in a small frying pan over a medium to high heat. When hot, chuck in the Chorizo pieces & leave to cook for 2 minutes, until leaking their ruby red oils and turning crisp at the edges.

    Tip in the Black Eyed Beans and stir through the Chorizo. Add the Tomato Puree and stir in with the other ingredients. Pour in the Bloody Bens Bloody Mary Mix along with a splash of Water. Bring to the boil.

    Reduce the heat a little and add the Spinach. Turn in the hot sauce until wilted. Use a spoon to create a small indent in the middle of the pan. Crack in an Egg and grate some Cheese on top.

    Place a lid on the pan (if you don’t have a lid then find a suitably sized plate) and cook for about 4 minutes. Remove the lid, scatter with Spring Onions and Chilli & presto.

    Bloody Bens Bloody Mary Mix is a blend of 22 herbs & spices, mainly used to make Bloody or Virgin Mary's, however it's amazing in cooking. You can buy it at many Delis, Butchers & Bottle Shops across South London.

    Order it online at https://www.bloodybens.com/bloody-mary-mix/


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