Easy fast food, chorizo with wild garlic and beans

The other day we came home a bit late, we were hungry and I still had some work to do and there was no time for cooking. A quick look in my fridge told me that I had various kinds of tofu, thanks to the lovely M and a pack of organic chorizo picante from the market. A pack of fresh wild garlic and a tin of black eyed beans seemed to be the answer to my need for a quick dinner.

The wild garlic has a distinct garlicky smell but a mild and delicious flavor.


Chorizo and wild garlic quick hash

preparation time 5 minutes

cooking time 5-7 minutes

serves 2


  • 1 pack of organic chorizo picante
  • 1 bunch of wild garlic
  • 1 tin of black eyed beans (chickpeas or other beans would also work)
  • 4 tofu puffs

Slice the chorizo and place in a cold pan. Turn the heat up and fry until it has a crispy surface and is cooked through.

Cut the wild garlic stalks from the leaves




Add the drained beans, the tofu and the wild garlic stalks, let fry for a few minutes.




Last add the wild garlic leaves and let them just wilt before serving. Garnish with a few wild garlic flowers.




It was a super fast but satisfying dinner. All the spices came from the chorizo, there was no need for extra salt or pepper, The tofu took the flavor of the chorizo oil, if it hadn’t I would have suggested some salt as tofu can be bland without salt and spices.

2 Responses to “Easy fast food, chorizo with wild garlic and beans”
  1. petra08 says:

    Hi Jack
    thank you for the feature! I hope the weekend is good. 🙂 x

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