Ground beef – the best you can find! This means buying a lean, grass-fed, organic variety from cattle that haven’t been treated with medicines you really don’t want to be eating.

Salsa sauce – Check for added sugars here as some premade varieties can have lots added. You should try and opt for fresh salsa from the refrigerator section of your local store and full of crisp, tangy, and spicy flavors.  You could even make your own and store it in the refrigerator for recipes like this.

Eggs –  Use organic, free-range eggs if you can.  Some eggs have Omega-3 added, so these are worth buying if you find them.  The best eggs will have gloriously golden yolks.

Olive oil – You don’t need an expensive, extra-virgin olive oil here, just one that you would usually cook with.


Add your olive oil to a large skillet, like this one, and heat it to medium-high heat.

Add your beef to the hot oil and stir well.  You want to cook your beef for 4-5 minutes until it’s no longer pink, so cooked through!

Tip in the salsa and stir well to combine.  Cook for a further 2-3 minutes until bubbling and thickened a little.

Next, break the eggs into the skillet, spacing them apart as much as you can.  Try and do this carefully so not to break the yolk.

Cover the skillet with a lid, or even some aluminum foil, to allow the eggs to steam a little.

Cook the eggs for around 6-7 minutes, or until they are cooked to your liking.

Top with a garnish of chopped green onion if you like and serve one egg per portion, with a generous helping of the spicy beef.

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