Bacon, Potato, and Egg Taco Ole
Ingredients25 m servings 485 cals
- Place bacon in a skillet. Cook over medium high heat until evenly brown. Keeping drippings in the skillet, remove the bacon and drain on paper towels. Crumble the bacon.
- While the bacon is cooking, mix the eggs, milk, water, salt, and pepper in a bowl until combined.
- Add potatoes to the bacon drippings and cook until semi-soft. Stir in the onions. Cook and stir for 1 minute. Pour the egg mixture into the skillet. Stir in the crumbled bacon and the butter. Cook until the eggs set to your desired firmness. Spoon mixture into tortillas and serve.
Per Serving: 485 calories; 21.9 g fat; 48.2 g carbohydrates; 24.9 g protein; 402 mg cholesterol; 615 mg sodium. Full nutrition
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I added in some fresh minced garlic when I threw in the onion and I used Johnny's Seasoning Salt in place of real salt. As I made the soft tacos, I spread a mix of sour cream/salsa on the tortil...
I made this recipe without making any changes. Its awesome as is but i think adding some cheese in to the wrap will put this recipe over the top...thanks for the recipe :)
Oh so delicious! I cooked the onions in with the potatoes until they were translucent and tender too, I only used 2 T milk. All I added was picante sauce on mine. I could eat these all the time!...
I've been making these for breakfast on a weekly basis. My kids even make them! To cut the time in half to prepare I microwave the bacon, skip the onion, then bake the potato in the microwave ...
This didn't turn out quite like how I had pictured, but it did taste pretty good. It didn't knock my socks off. The problem is the recipe doesn't specify thickness of potatoes, which made a big ...
i halved this, and it would have easily fed 3 people. i cut the potatoes the same size you'd see at a restaurant. and i used unpeeled new potatoes. would probably use fewer potatoes. i also adde...
This was super fast to throw together amd filling too. I fried the potato with the onion to get the extra taste going through it. Served with salsa this made a delicious supper on a hot day.
In South Texas, these taquitos (ta-key-toes) are a regular breakfast for the majority of the folks. You can make your own or buy them at DQ or dozens of other eateries in different meat/cheese/v...