An extremely simple dish that requires no skill or added spices or ingredients! We eat this for breakfast and even sometimes for supper.

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Ingredients

5
Original recipe yields 5 servings
The ingredient list now reflects the servings specified
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Directions

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  • Place chorizo sausage in a skillet over medium-high heat; cook and stir until sausage is browned and cooked through, about 5 minutes.

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  • Stir eggs into the sausage; cook and stir until eggs are set and scrambled with the chorizo, 3 to 5 minutes.

  • Warm corn tortillas on an electric skillet until they are heated through, about 2 minutes.

  • Place egg and chorizo into corn tortillas.

Nutrition Facts

349 calories; 23.5 g total fat; 366 mg cholesterol; 582 mg sodium. 13 g carbohydrates; 21.5 g protein; Full Nutrition

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Rating: 4 stars
06/17/2018
Sorry, but poor instructions. I've been making Eggs and chorizo for about 45 years now. First off... you CAN'T say "three sausage links" as chorizo links come in different sizes. There is NO STANDARD. A chorizo sausage link from the supermarket is nearly a foot long. A link from the butchers can be 3 to five inches long, AND one of the local markets deosn't even use links. They leave the raw Meat free like hanburger chubs. Second, you didn't specify, Beef, Pork, soy or Beef/pork mix. Other than that, the directions were OK, but if you mess up the beginning, or, the FOUNDATION, if you will, you're gonna end up with BLECH. By the way, SPANISH chorizo is already cooked. These recipes/recomendations are for MEXICAN chorizo, which is RAW MEAT. Also, How many people know what how to tell when corn tortillas are cooked through? Somneone is liable to end up with tortilla chips! lol Corn tortillas should be warmed up till they are soft... pliable. I give FIVE STARS for the dish, but take away one for the instructions. ;) Read More
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  • 4 star values: 10
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Rating: 4 stars
06/17/2018
Sorry, but poor instructions. I've been making Eggs and chorizo for about 45 years now. First off... you CAN'T say "three sausage links" as chorizo links come in different sizes. There is NO STANDARD. A chorizo sausage link from the supermarket is nearly a foot long. A link from the butchers can be 3 to five inches long, AND one of the local markets deosn't even use links. They leave the raw Meat free like hanburger chubs. Second, you didn't specify, Beef, Pork, soy or Beef/pork mix. Other than that, the directions were OK, but if you mess up the beginning, or, the FOUNDATION, if you will, you're gonna end up with BLECH. By the way, SPANISH chorizo is already cooked. These recipes/recomendations are for MEXICAN chorizo, which is RAW MEAT. Also, How many people know what how to tell when corn tortillas are cooked through? Somneone is liable to end up with tortilla chips! lol Corn tortillas should be warmed up till they are soft... pliable. I give FIVE STARS for the dish, but take away one for the instructions. ;) Read More
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Rating: 4 stars
06/17/2018
Sorry, but poor instructions. I've been making Eggs and chorizo for about 45 years now. First off... you CAN'T say "three sausage links" as chorizo links come in different sizes. There is NO STANDARD. A chorizo sausage link from the supermarket is nearly a foot long. A link from the butchers can be 3 to five inches long, AND one of the local markets deosn't even use links. They leave the raw Meat free like hanburger chubs. Second, you didn't specify, Beef, Pork, soy or Beef/pork mix. Other than that, the directions were OK, but if you mess up the beginning, or, the FOUNDATION, if you will, you're gonna end up with BLECH. By the way, SPANISH chorizo is already cooked. These recipes/recomendations are for MEXICAN chorizo, which is RAW MEAT. Also, How many people know what how to tell when corn tortillas are cooked through? Somneone is liable to end up with tortilla chips! lol Corn tortillas should be warmed up till they are soft... pliable. I give FIVE STARS for the dish, but take away one for the instructions. ;) Read More
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Rating: 5 stars
06/17/2018
I make mine by taking 2 medium potatoes and dicing them. Cook these first. Then I add the sausage. Cook until it’s done and add eggs. I use 3 eggs because of the added potatoes. Comes out amazing. Read More
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Rating: 5 stars
06/17/2018
We have enjoyed chorizo con juevos for years. We like to top it with diced tomatoes and avocados sprinkled with lime juice, cilantro, and crumbled queso fresco Read More
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Rating: 5 stars
06/17/2018
I love Pork Chorizo and Eggs with cheese! Wonderful! Read More
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Rating: 5 stars
06/17/2018
So easy and so good!?? Read More
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Rating: 5 stars
06/17/2018
I have this often. Make sure you have good chorizo. Read More
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Rating: 5 stars
06/17/2018
This is a perfect dish for any time even if your camping Read More
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Rating: 4 stars
09/08/2018
This is a tasty breakfast but I learned from my mistakes. I chose to use a tube of Cacique pork chorizo which was a nice choice. I should have had my non-stick pan a little hotter than medium for cooking both the sausage and after adding the eggs. It turned into a muddled messy looking mixture but still tastes great. My other poor choice was to use standup taco shells because I wanted a hard shell instead of soft. I wish I had used a flat tostado hard shell instead or else stuck with the recipe and used soft corn tortillas. Nevertheless I topped with pepper jack cheese and some sour cream and enjoyed it. It wasn t pretty or easy to eat but it tasted good! Read More
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Rating: 5 stars
06/17/2018
To keep It meat free I used SoyRizo instead of chorizo. The flavor is incredible and it has much less fat Read More
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