What a thrilling match against Australia! The England women's team performed fantastically and are now in the World Cup final. It was a proud moment for all the fans as they watched their team play with such determination and passion. The atmosphere at the stadium was electric, with fans from both sides cheering on their team. England had a formidable opponent in the form of Australia, but they never gave up. The performance of the England team was genuinely inspiring. Players like Lauren Hemp, Alessia Russo and Lauren James, to mention just a few, are now household names. The team has shown that women can achieve anything they set their minds to. They are inspiring a whole generation of young girls to pursue their dreams and follow in their footsteps. Congratulations to all the England team on a fantastic World Cup campaign. You have made your country proud and shown the world the true meaning of sportsmanship and determination.With incredible skill, teamwork, and sportsmanship throughout the tournament. The players should be proud of their achievements and how they represented their country on the world stage. It's clear that women's football has truly arrived, and now it's one step away from "coming home", So, to watch this nail-biting final, you'll need a hearty breakfast or brunch if you prefer, and as it's against Spain, I thought a twist on the classic Huevos Rancheros would be an excellent way for both sets of fans to prepare up for the match.
- 2 tbsp olive oil
- 200 g soft-cooking chorizo , finely chopped
- 200 g black pudding or morcilla, small cubes
- 4 medium eggs
- 200 g tomatoes, the ripest and most tasty
- 2 tbsp sherry vinegar
- ground pepper
- 2-3 tbsp extra virgin Spanish olive oil
- 4 English muffins, split and toasted
- Heat a large non-stick frying pan.
- Add the oil and chorizo and gently cook to release the fat and oils, probably 5-6 minutes.
- Next, add the black pudding or morcilla and gently cook for a few minutes.
- Meanwhile, blitz the tomatoes and sherry vinegar in a food processor until pureed and pass it through a sieve, or if using a liquidiser, just blitz until you have a nice puree.
- Season with salt, ground pepper and stir in the olive oil.
- Back to the pan, move the chorizo and black pudding to one side, then crack in the four eggs and cook gently, spooning over the lovely chorizo oils.
- Once cooked, place the four bottoms of the muffins into bowls.
- Place the eggs on top and spoon over the chorizo, black pudding, or morcilla.
- Spoon over a generous amount of the tomato puree, top with the muffin and serve.
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