Lucky Recipes

Sazzy's Sloppy Joe

Cooking Time: Once you've cooked the stew (10 mins!)

Difficulty: EASY!

Serves: 2


• 2 x soft white baps

• 4 Tablespoons butter

• 2 Tablespoons olive or canola oil
• 2 slices Swiss cheese
• Half cup water
• Spicy Lentil & Chorizo Stew (my recipe for this is also here on the webiste - just use the search option & omit the baked eggs part of the recipe)
• Avo Cream (just mash ripe avo with equal parts natural yoghurt & season to taste)
• 2 free-range eggs
• Lucky Taco Chilli Salt
• Lucky Taco Habanero Hot Sauce (or milder flavour if you prefer)


• Melt the butter in a large frying pan. 
• Slice baps down the middle and place face down in melted butter. Shimmy around the pan, ensuring the bread is soaking up all the butter & until they are toastie golden brown. Flip over & do a quick toast on the other side. Then add half cup water into the middle of the pan and swirl around. This will soften the baps & make them all mungey. Once water is absorbed, take them outta the pan.
• Heat up chorizo & lentil stew either in microwave or small saucepan until piping hot.
• Meanwhile, heat your oil in a frying pan & crack in your eggs. You want them sunny side up, with a crispy bottom & deliciously runny yolks. Should take no longer than 2 minutes.
• Add a generous blob of the hot lentil mixture onto the bottom base of the bap.
• Then lay a piece of the Swiss cheese on top of the hot lentils. It should naturally start to melt (you can always use a cooks blow torch to melt even more - if you have one).
• Carefully place fried egg on top of the cheese.
• Blob the Avo Cream on the underside of the top bap. Place carefully on top of the fried egg to complete this epic sandwich.
• You’ll need more than 1 napkin…Enjoy! 
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