Basically all you have to do is skin the chorizo (or any other nice type of sausage), cut it into bite-sized chunks and fry it until it is crisp (about 10 minutes); boil some eggs (they should be fully set, but not really hard-boiled - perhaps about 4 -5 minutes); steam some broccoli (about 3 minutes), and combine the whole lot, serving it with whatever you consider to be a suitable accompaniment - maybe some nice bread, some pasta or some rice. The only difficult aspect of all this is to co-ordinate the cooking of the three main ingredients so that they are ready at the same time. Sprouting broccoli cooks really quickly and it is easy to over-cook it. For some reason it also seems to go cold very rapidly once cooked, so I would recommend getting everything else cooked and ready to go first (don't forget that peeling the boiled eggs may take at least a couple of minutes), then cooking the broccoli at the last minute, and serving it immediately.
Here's a picture of the main ingredient, shortly after harvesting... This was about 400g.
Here's the finished dish (hurriedly photographed before being devoured...)
This recipe is very easy to do, and the taste combination works really well. I would think that it would also be fine with bacon instead of the chorizo - or even black pudding!
P.S. Thanks to those of you offered their advice to me on the subject of photographing blue things. And just in case you were wondering, the vivid purple colour of the broccoli in my first picture above is NOT artificial!