Recipe by Melissa Hemsley

2- 4 eggs

300g baby spinach

Small handful fresh coriander or parsley (or a mix)

For the Spiced butter & creamy kefir

3 tbsp butter

1 small garlic clove, finely chopped

1 tsp smoked paprika or your fave spice mix like Harissa or Ras El Hanout

Pinch of dried chilli flakes or more to taste or 1 tsp aleppo pepper

200g of Biotiful Kefir + Protein Original

½ lemon, sliced in wedges

Sea salt & pepper, to taste

If using oven method, preheat the oven to 200C high (or you can skip the oven)

In a medium frying pan (heat proof if using oven), melt the butter until foaming & then add the spices, garlic & a pinch of salt and pepper, stir and let fry gently for less than a minute until fragrant then pour into a little bowl, transferring the garlic too.

Put the pan back on the heat with the remnants of the lovely spiced butter in the pan & add the spinach (which if you’ve just washed it will have a little water still clinging to the leaves which will help it steam) & cook until just wilted. Sitr and pop a lid on, will only take about 1 minute or so for the spinach to wilt down & then take the lid off, stir and let any excess water cook off. Season with a little salt & pepper.

Make four gaps in the wilted spinach mix in the pan & crack the eggs into each gap, turn the heat down to medium-low, season the eggs. At this point, you can pop the pan into the oven and let the eggs bake for about 5 minutes OR skip the oven step and put a lid back on the pan & let the eggs continue to cook on the hob for 4 – 5 minutes, checking after 3 minutes for the whites to set & the yolk to stay nice and yolky.

While the eggs are cooking, spread the Biotiful Kefir + Protein Original onto a small side plate or spoon into a bowl & use a spoon to create a swirl or valley & then pour the spiced garlic butter through it OR alternatively once the pan is out the oven, dollop the kefir straight onto the spinach sections of the pan & then drizzle the spiced garlic butter on top & then scatter over the herbs and adorn with lemon wedges which are lovely squeezed all over. Enjoy straight away!

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