The SoberMe-up Frit­tata

Men's Health (UK) - - The Drunk Man’s Cookbook - By Ian Haste, Haste’s Kitchen


Cour­gette, ½, sliced An aubergine, sliced A red pep­per, sliced Eggs, 6, beaten Goat’s cheese, 150g, sliced into thin discs Ground black pep­per Chives, pinch, chopped When an af­ter­noon ses­sion has you worse for wear, this grab-and-go snack will sharpen you up – and line your stom­ach for the next event.

01/ Prep this in ad­vance, if you like, then break out a por­tion from your fridge in emer­gen­cies. Brown the veg in a dash of oil; red and pur­ple veg in par­tic­u­lar con­tain com­pounds that have been shown to in­hibit liver in­flam­ma­tion, says nu­tri­tion­ist Jo Travers. 02/ In a sep­a­rate pan, fry the eggs over a low heat. By feed­ing your body with healthy fats, they’ll slow the re­lease of al­co­hol into your blood, help­ing you to keep your com­po­sure when the fes­tiv­i­ties re­sume. 03/ Fi­nally, tip the veg onto the eggs, then top with the goat’s cheese, pep­per and chives. Dairy’s sat­u­rated fats may get a bad rap, but re­search in the Jour­nal of Nutri­tion found it can in­crease your liver’s re­sis­tance to ox­ida­tive stress. Pop it un­der a hot grill to soften the cheese, then grab a slice of in­stant ab­so­lu­tion.

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