You may have noticed a bit of a trend going on as of late on this blog... Chorizo. Its a real favourite in this household. I love it because of firstly the taste of coarse but also because of how versatile it is and how it can transform so many dishes. This dish is a bit of a chuck in what you fancy/have to hand type. I see it as a bit of a comfort food perfect on a cold evening but also a great little summer dish, see.. the versatility continues.
You will need-
- Olive oil
- Chorizo sausage cut into slices
- Red onion cut into chunks
- New potatoes cut into halves/quarters depending on size
- Pepper cut into chunks
- Courgette cut into chunks
- Tablespoon of tomato puree
- Salt & Pepper
Start but getting your stew pot/saucepan on a medium heat and add a little olive oil. When it has warmed up add your onions and cook until soften. Next add the chorizo and cook for a few minutes till they release some oil. Now all you need to do is add your vegetables, stir in the tomato puree and then pour over some boiled water, you want it to come up about half way up the pan. Season, cover and simmer on a low heat for atleast an hour.
Serve at it is or with some nice bread for dipping.
I made up with a new biscuit recipe yesterday which I tested out with some friends. Lets just say they didn't last very long and feedback was great. I am planning on making them again in the next few days so I can blog the recipe on here. Chocolate, Coconut, Oats... its got them all!