Here are some good things about these eggs;
There’s no need to shuffle about looking for bacon or ham or sausages to have on the side, because the little bit of chorizo in the black beans is meaty enough.
There’s no need for beans , because they’re already in the bottom of your ramekin.
Same goes for tomatoes and onions.
The whites of the eggs are hard and if you keep an eye on them, your yolks will ooze. All that it needs is a few goat cheese and mozzarella quesadillas to be cut into quarters for those who need some carbs for dipping.
The south of the border spicing in the black beans comes from coriander, cumin, chipotle if you have it and a touch of dark chocolate. To me, it’s a breakfast so exciting it can turn almost anything into a fiesta.
- 1 saucepan/Dutch oven
- 1 baking tray
- 4 x 1 cup ramekins
- 1 sandwich press/ fry pan (for the quesadillas)