One of these days we will get around to writing a blog entitled '50 Ways To Pimp Up Your Beans On Toast!'
And when we do, this one is a certainty to make the cut. We've been enjoying curried Beans on Toast using our Spicy Sillylilli for a few years now (there's 2 ways!) but recently decided to up the anti, hold on to the spice but try something a bit different.
There's nothing complicated about this one. It's an easy snack, a brunch, a lunch or a lazy tea. All you need is a couple of slices of bread, a tin of your favourite baked beans, a jar of Calder's Kitchen Spicy Tomato Chutney, your cheese of choice to grate over the top (in this example we used Shepherds Purse Yorkshire Blue - oh yes!)...and a knife and fork.
snack, lunch, brunch
Our new favourite twist on the classic Beans on Toast. OK we kind of feel we are 'cheating' on Sillylilli here, but it had to be tried and we are so glad we did!
A simple snack. Heat half a tin of your favourite baked beans in a pan, add a generous desert spoon of Calder's Kitchen Spicy Tomato Chutney, stir in on a low heat and service on a halved slice of buttered toast. Serve with a sprinkling of the cheese of your choice.
1/2 400g tin of baked beans
1-2 slices of bread
1 desert spoon of Calder's Kitchen Spicy Tomato Chutney
Butter / spread
Cheese of choice to grate or crumble to finish
Open tin of beans (carefully!) and pour or spoon half the tin into a small saucepan. Use whole tin for 2 servings, or if feeling very hungry.
Warm beans on a low heat
Place bread under the grill, turning once browned, or pop into a toaster
Add spicy tomato chutney to the beans, stir in and leave on low heat
Place toast on a plate and apply butter or spread.
Spoon beans onto buttered toast
Grate or crumble cheese over the top of the warm, spicy beans and enjoy
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