Hello everyone. How are we you guys al doing today? It’s getting really cold where I am, so quick and filling meals are gonna be one of my new friends this season.
So tasty fiesta. I remember when i go out with my mum, one of the things I would ask her to bribe me with if she wanted me to go with her is to buy me tasty fiesta. Lol. I wanted to stay at home and play with the neighbours, so if she wanted to drag me away from that, we have to have a compromise. Hehehehe. My Mum is the best by the way. Ohhhhh The best. Not just because she buys me fiesta, she is one hardworking and selfless woman. I love her senseless!
Tasty fiesta is one of Mr Biggs favourite Menus on offer. Apart from their meat pie, which I have a recipe for on the blog. I love their recipe. So i have decided to recreate it with my own twist and tweaks. But still having that unique taste. We are set to go. So Lets get started shall we 🙂
6 large eggs
3 large potatoes
1 medium sized tomato
Mixed peppers (optional)
Pinch of curry
Round or square baking tray
Prep Time: 15 minutes
Baking time: 25 minutes
Total Time: 40 minutes
Peel and rinse the potatoes.
Slice and chop into thin slices and boil for 10 minutes (first)
Flake the mackerel
Break the first five eggs into a bowl. Add the seasonings
The last egg, separate the egg whites and the yolk.
Add the yolk to the other eggs and whisk until combine.
Brush 1 teaspoon of oil on your baking tray
Next add the chopped cooked potatoes to the tray.
Followed by first layer of fish, Next the shrimps.
Next the peppers
Repeat all over, but make sure you end up with some potatoes at the top.
Now whisk the egg whites until soft peaks are formed (see pictures)
Once done, fold the egg whites into the egg mixture and then pour straight away into the baking tray
*the egg whites allows the fiesta to come out light and fluffy and crispy at the top.
Place it in the oven and bake for 25 minutes.
Once done, let it set before cutting into it
There you go! Tasty fiesta 👌