|Sat Fat 2.8g||14%|
Preheat the oven to 200°C/Gas Mark 6/180°C fan. If using, infuse the saffron in a couple of tablespoons of warm water.
Heat the oil in a small (24cm) frying pan.
Fry the onions, garlic and cumin over a low heat until the onions are soft for about 10 minutes. Add the pre-boiled potatoes and turn the heat up, mix to incorporate, then add the tomatoes (and saffron water if using). Season well and cook for a further 5 minutes, stirring occasionally (add a splash of water if the mixture is drying up and sticking). Season to taste.
Using a wooden spoon make 4 shallow wells in the mix and break the eggs into them.
Place the pan in the oven and bake until the white of the eggs are cooked and the yolk still looks a little runny (for about 5-10 minutes).
Let it sit for a few minutes, then sprinkle with coriander, yogurt and chilli flakes.
2 large pre-boiled fluffy potatoes (such as Maris Piper), cubed when cool
1 small pinch of saffron (optional)
2tbsp of olive oil
1 small red onion, thinly sliced
1 clove of garlic chopped
1tsp ground cumin
4 medium tomatoes, roughly chopped
1 small bunch coriander, chopped
Sprinkle of chilli flakes, to serve
2tbsp of yogurt
“This is the good King Edward’s twist on the Greek filo pastry pie Spanakopita. I love a playful recipe, my pie is nestled into the potato and I serve it in a pie dish but there is no pastry in sight. Bags of spinach vary greatly in size so any that you have leftover you could serve as a side salad or wilt with some garlic to serve with the pies.”
Serious flavours and colours make this an impressive dish to serve for brunch with friends - give it a go!
This dish works just as well with tinned salmon, and is a quick and tasty way to use up any leftover mash.
The perfect fluffy, chunky cut chips with a delicious steak, topped off with a fruity salsa, perfect with the cajun seasoning. What better way to impress?
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