Like most girls, I love presents. Two of my best mates (who consequently live together) sent me a joint package for Christmas and my Birthday that came combined, very late (thank you Australia post).
One of the gifts C got me was actually what I got Vitamin E for Christmas, The Hungoevr Cookbook. Combined with that, armed with (most of the) ingredients I needed and DELICIOUS Newby teas. Emma got this for me and I’m officially a convert – I thought I’d whip up yet another satisfying breakfast. I know I’m overloading you with breakfast posts at the moment, especially vegetarian ones, but you’re going to want to check this one out. Just have a look at this….
This was purely a recipe I thought looked delicious, but how you’re supposed to use the book is by using several basic questions to identify which type of hangover you have out of several possibilities, and how best to feed yourself better again. The book even advises on suggested accompanying drinks and activities to make your day as recouperative as possible.
I made this slightly off recipe based on what I had in the cupboard. To serve two people you’re going to need:
A tin of chopped tomatoes
A tin of beans of your choice
One red onion
Garlic, fresh red chilli, fresh parsley, olive oil, salt and pepper
Two tortilla wraps
To get started chop your onion, garlic, and parsley and fry them in a glug of olive oil.
Add your beans and tomatoes once your garlic is browned and your onions are going translucent.
I’m a fire lover, so at this stage I had one chopped red chilli with seeds, but if you’re not so keen use jarred jalapenos, or add your chilli de-seeded with the onion, herbs and garlic.
Add salt and pepper to taste, letting the tomatoes reduce and bubble up a little.
Now get your wraps out ready…
And put your egg on to fry (I only have one here because I made it just for me). I find the trick to great fried eggs is quite a lot of olive oil and then fry it up on a low heat, to keep the eggs from going ”frilly”.
Once your egg is cooked turn the heat off of your bean mixture, and scoop onto a warm tortilla. Add some grated cheese of your choice (cheddar for me).
Carefully fold your wrap up and place your fried egg on top.
Et voila! I have found the actually recipe page in the book for reference. You know you’re going to want to buy this!
Now dig in! Flippin’ brilliant.