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Sunday, 6 February 2011

RECIPE: Chorizo Brunch Skillet

I always keep a ring of Chorizo sausage in the fridge because in a pinch, it will enable you to produce a fabulous meal in minutes! So as I have a house full of girlfriends who had flown in to stay with me, Chorizo along with a few eggs became my saviour.

This simple dish is as colourful and tasty as it is filling. The recipe is straight forward and for those who aren't so great in the kitchen, this is a winning recipe and here it is:

Chorizo Brunch Skillet (serves 4)

1 ring of Chorizo (M&S and all supermarkets sell them, chopped/diced
8 eggs
5 spring onions, sliced
100g Gruyere cheese, finely grated

Preheat your oven to 200 degrees. In a large heavy-based non-stick pan (which should be oven proof) over a medium heat, lightly fry your Chorizo sausage but not so it browns just so all the oils are released. Beat your eggs and pour a handful of your grated cheese into the raw eggs and mix well. Then pour the eggs into the pan, add your chopped spring onions and give it a quick stir so the ingredients are evenly distributed. Then sprinkle the rest of the grated cheese on top of the eggs (see inage above) and cook for another 6-8 minutes before placing in the oven for 5 minutes.

Remove from oven and serve with a nice hunk of crusty bread. Simple, delicious and really quick.


  1. i think im going to try this recipe

    i love your blog!!
    o my!!
    my greatest blog-find of the week :-)

    following you? definitely!

  2. Lol thank you! Glad you like it! Hope you enjoy the recipe! X

  3. Hi Sabrina
    I'm just doing some research and came across your recipe... have you checked out our British Chorizo yet....



  4. Hi, no I never have! I'm a huge fan of Brindisa's cooking chorizo, it's pretty hard to beat. Although I have tried vegetarian Chorizo and it was awful!