I cannot claim to have made this one up as the whole idea came from Jaime Oliver and if you would prefer to see his version then do click here. As always with me I have a habit of not following recipes exactly. When I do they turn out just as they are supposed to but if I don't have all the ingredients to hand but enough of them and with suitable substitutions I will go ahead anyway. I am seldom disappointed with the results.
And so it was with my Mexican style breakfast....
I haven't seen any tins or jars of black beans here - it's Spain, there should be such things but perhaps the supermarket where I shop is not a very good one?? who knows... but you can buy the dried beans so I began my version the day before when I soaked the beans for several hours and then cooked them in my pressure cooker. The pressure cooker really takes the hassle and time out of cooking dried beans and I definitely would recommend it.
So in the morning I whizzed up a couple of avocado's and added some lemon juice and fresh home grown chopped chillies. As it turned out the chillies were not really very hot... I can't bring myself to try them before putting them into food so its always a bit of a guessing game with me.
I fried the beans. This time I actually heated my pan first before adding the olive oil and then the beans... it worked very well.. much better than how I usually do it. I think I always thought it would ruin the pan... ! Once the beans were a little frazzled on the edges I cooked the omelette with a little cheese inside. Much thinner omelettes than I usually do... and they rolled up really well.
I served the omelette and beans and avocado with some chopped tomatoes (at room temperature, this is soooo important) garnished only with a little salt. Really really good.