Black beans and hot dogs with houmous

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I made this Black beans and hot dogs with houmous recipe in the caravan. I want to share a few of the recipes I make when we are camping. This took less than 20 minutes to make. I used shop-bought houmous because I don’t have a food processor in the caravan, obviously. I used Quorn hot dogs as we like them, but you can use any type of hot dogs you like. Same goes with the houmous, I like the mint and asparagus houmous, but a basic one would work just as nice.

Black beans and hot dogs with houmous

Ingredients for 2 servings:
– 4 vegetarian hot dogs
– 1 can of black beans
– sea salt
– 1 tsp mix of herbs (basil and parsley)
– 3 spoons of cold pressed rapeseed oil
– 1 pot of mint and asparagus houmous

Boil water and toss the hot dogs in. Boil them according to the cooking instructions on the pack. Meanwhile, wash and drain the black beans. When the hot dogs are ready, cut them in small pieces. Heat a spoon of oil in a frying pan, add the herbs and the sea salt. Stir for a few seconds and toss in the pieces of hot dogs and the black beans. Stir so they don’t catch the bottom of the pan.
While the hot dogs and beans are cooking, put the houmous on the plate. When the hot dogs are ready, put them on top of the houmous. Drizzle a spoon od oil. I used cold pressed rapeseed oil, but you can use any type of oil you like.

It was easy to make, it doesn’t involve lots of pans and prepping and that is important in a small kitchen like the one in the caravan. Both my husband and I find it delicious.

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