Especially these baked eggs in popped beans and cherry tomatoes with ricotta cheese, spread on a slice of a toasted bread.
To cook this one, firstly take few tomatoes, place them in a pan and add some lemon juice, a tablespoon of oil and a tablespoon of sea salt. Tear and toss some basil leaves in (keep the smaller leaves for garnish). Then leave aside to make it soak for approximately ten minutes.
In the meantime, place a large frying pan over a high heat. Pour water out of the pan where beans are and put beans into the hot pan with the fennel seeds and some ground pepper. Leave it there for few minutes, stirring occasionally. You want them to soak and open up, crisping their skin, right? Then pour the soaked tomatoes into the pan adding 100ml of water. Keep it there for 10 minutes to season, then leave to bubble away intensely for 1 minute. Throw in few eggs, then cover your pan with a lid and use a medium-low heat, slow-cooking it. Do so for 3 to 4 minutes to get nice and soft eggs, or longer if you prefer. Meanwhile, put bread slices in a toaster and char them good.
Slice up the ricotta cheese and spread it over the two pieces of a hot toast. Serve these on the side of the baked eggs and beans. Sprinkle the small basil leaves we saved for later over the top and tuck some bigger leaves in between the two toasts. Balsamic vinegar and hot chili sauce are our additional spices of choice.
This breakfast is the first on our list, in all respects.
Breakfast Recipe #4: Veganist Frittata
Frittata is a well known and a delicious dish, made with eggs. It resembles the traditional omelette very much, just with more ingredients thrown in. Those vegans who reject not just meat, but also fish, eggs and dairy, can rejoice now! Our recipe for this day starter will feature 2 ingredients. Firstly, everything left in your fridge (from tomatoes and pickles to the carrots and tofu). Secondly, an egg-replacer! You can use any egg replacer of your liking, but we recommend the Gluten, Wheat and Sugar-free ones. Chinese brands produce a lot of these, and many are sold at the US local deli & vegetarian stores…