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I used one whole tomato and I sauteed a little fresh minced onion and garlic in the butter before adding the green chilies. Oh my goodness. This was SO good. The kids really enjoyed it too. NO leftovers.
I made this for Recipe Group. I tweaked it a bit - I know I shouldn't but I did - due to what I had on hand. My first tweak was to use some garlic butter that I had in my fridge that needed to be used. I nearly bought tomato yesterday but remembered I had some at home - yellow cherries I was going to quarter. Well I'm not sure what happened to those tomatoes but they're not in my fridge! So I rummaged around in my pantry and found diced tomatoes with green chilies. I did add another tbsp of diced green chilies because I had already opened my can - and it didn't look like there was much in the tomatoes. I did not want to buy a bag of tortilla chips to use 1/4 c. I had just bought some Pringles Tortillas-Southwestern Ranch - so I used those. I did use a little extra simply because 1/4 didn't seem like enough for 6 eggs. I also used extra colby jack cheese. I used up a bag not bothering to measure. My final tweak was to use my favorite corn & whole wheat blend tortillas warming them on my burner - I prefer the taste of tortillas on the burner to tortillas in the microwave.... These were yummy and received high praise from my company (=
Pretty hearty breakfast and very quick and easy. I added in some minced onion after reading the previous review a great addition. I didn't really care for the crushed tortillas but my husband liked them.
Yum I made these Christmas morning and everyone loved them. I use recipes like this to clean out the fridge. I sauteed onion garlic bell pepper and jalapeno for a few minutes and then threw in some leftover ham (didn't have canned chilies or a tomato). Added an avocado on top.
Love that this is a simple, basic recipe that can be changed up to suit the people eating. I made the recipe for a work potluck and brought pico, black beans, sour cream, cilantro and hot sauce so everyone could fix ‘em how they wanted. I brought very little of anything home!
My rating is based on the recipe as written. I have made this 3 times now and I always felt like there is something missing. The first time I made it I made it exactly as written. It was okay but nothing special. The second time I made it I added scallions black pepper and ham. It was pretty tasty. Then I made it again this morning with left over Carne Asada that I made on the grill yesterday sweet onions grilled (Mild)Pablano peppers and pepper jack cheese as well as the other ingredients listed. It was over the top! Thank you Xoana for a good basic recipe!