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Posted on 01/09/2010 6:52:12 AM PST by Patriot1259
This wonderful TexMex breakfast dish is a real crowd pleaser!
1 lb. ground pork sausage
1 medium onion, chopped
1 red bell pepper, chopped
2 potatoes, boiled and diced
2 cups shredded Monterey Jack/Cheddar blend
6-8 corn tortillas (you can substitute with flour if that's your preference)
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Doesn’t sound kosher
I prefer chilaquiles (which I am making as we speak) or migas. Mexicans don’t eat enchiladas for breakfast. Chilaquiles can be kosher.
It isn’t an enchilada without red or green chile sauce.
Got a recipe for migas, por favor?
How blessed is America now larded up with the unwashed scum of Mexican society.
My recipe for the enchilada sauce/salsa verde (I suggest you use spices to suit your own taste) is roughly as follows:
10-12 Fresh tomatillos, quartered
Fresh cilatro (I add an entire bundle, chopped roughly)
1 - 4 Jalapeno peppers, chopped roughly with seeds removed
1 sm Onion peeled and finely -chopped
1 md Garlic clove -peeled and minced
ADD to taste:
Cumin (I am generous with the cumin)
DIRECTIONS: Put in blender and chop to desire consistency. BTW, if possible, let sit overnight in fridge so the flavors can run together.
To prepare the enchilada filling, I cook whatever previously cooked meat to be used in a skillet with the salsa verde until it thickens and the onion starts to brown. Then I roll in the filling in heat softened corn tortillas and place either on cookie sheet of in an oven safe glass baking dish, cover with cheese and bake until cheese and tortillas are brown (usually 30 min at 350).
I got a laugh though because it is posted just beneath this:
Saturday, January 09, 2010 6:56:26 AM · by bloodmeridian · 1 replies
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Saturday, January 09, 2010 6:52:12 AM · by Patriot1259 · 6 replies · 176+ views
The Cypress Times ^ | 1/9/09 | Stacey Winder
This wonderful TexMex breakfast dish is a real crowd pleaser! Ingredients: 1 lb. ground pork sausage 1 medium onion, chopped 1 red bell pepper, chopped 2 potatoes, boiled and diced 2 cups shredded Monterey Jack/Cheddar blend 6 eggs 6-8 corn tortillas (you can substitute with flour if that's your preference)
Bon Appetit! :D
A bowl of pico de gallo, Mazola, 4-6 corn tortillas depending on size, 6 eggs, one or two links of chorizo to taste, 4 tablespoons half-and-half, 2 tablespoons olive oil, Salt and pepper, 1/2 medium onion, chopped, 1 cup coarsely grated cheese: ideally queso fresco or Monterey Jack, (actually any cheese works), Some chopped cilantro to taste. This is optional because some people don't like it.
Heat 1/2 inch Mazola in a skillet. Cut tortillas in little squares and fry, in batches, until crisp. Add more oil if needed. Drain.
Mix eggs and half-and-half together with a fork or whisk. Season with salt and pepper.
In a large skillet or dutch oven (I use my Le Crueset), heat olive oil over medium heat and cook chorizo, breaking it up, add onions (some people use a pepper in this part, too). Keep stirring until lightly browned. Should take about three to five minutes. Then add the tortilla and keep stirring until they are thoroughly heated and take on the color of the chorizo. Turn off heat and allow skillet to cool a little because you don't want it so hot that the eggs are tough. They need to be soft and creamy.
Reheat to low and add egg mixture. Fold ingredients together with a spatula. It should cook slowly. When eggs are solid but still moist, fold in cheese and cilantro so cheese starts to melt. Do not overcook. Serve with pico de gallo and refried beans with some of cotija cheese on top.
You got that right!
Gracias. I’ll try it next weekend.
Let me know how it turns out. ;)
Will do. I’m sure it will either be good or delicious. :)
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