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Ranch Style Baked Eggs with Beans and Avocado

This wonderful vegetarian dish doubles up as a tasty brunch that wakes up the tastebuds for a lazy Sunday spent pouring over the Sunday papers, or a super weekday supper dish served with a fresh green salad. With approximately 4 - 5 x 100g portions of vegetables per person, totalling six when combined with a glass of fresh pure vegetable juice, this is a super-healthy way to start or end the day.


Serves 2 - 4

400 g fresh organic tomatoes, peeled and chopped

1 tbs organic tomato paste

100 ml filtered water

1 large organic red pepper, diced

1 medium organic onion, diced

2 fat cloves organic garlic

1 tbs coconut oil

1 tsp coriander seeds

1 tsp cumin seeds

1/2 tsp chilli flakes

1 scant tsp oregano

1/2 - 1 tsp pink Himalayan salt

black pepper

1 tbs date syrup

240 g organic cooked cannellini beans (Tesco)

4 organic eggs

100 g washed organic spinach leaves

** 1 cup Healing Intent

For the avocado

1 avocado

juice of 1/2 organic lime

1/2 tsp salt

1 tbs chopped chives or coriander

1. Dry fry the spices until they are popping and toss into pestle and mortar and lightly bash.

2. Melt the coconut oil in the pan and add the onion and garlic, add 1/2 tsp salt and cover with a cartouche of baking paper to seal in the steam and lightly cook the onion and garlic in their own juices. Cook for around 7 minutes until soft but not coloured.

3. Add the chopped red peppers and cooking for another 5 minutes and then add the tomatoes, oregano, filtered water, chilli flakes and tomato paste and cook until a thick sauce.

4. Add the cannellini beans and the date syrup and more salt to taste and cook for 10 - 15 minutes until the mixture is thick.

5. Stir in the spinach and cook until just wilted.

6. Make 4 wells in the mixture and break an egg into each well, cover with a tight lid and cook for 3 - 4 minutes.

7. Meanwhile make the avocado mash and when the eggs are done, spoon the avocado around the eggs, sprinkle with coriander or chives and serve with crusty bread to mop up the juices.


** Healing Intent: when cooking foods to heal the body it is important to set your intent. The best way to do this is imagine that you are cooking this dish for yourself or for someone you love who is very ill and that this dish is the only thing that will help in their healing. You will find that the way you handle the food will change, and will not only result in a better dish, but you will feel the food actually nourishing your body and spirit.

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