Sunday, August 27, 2006

LEFTOVER MEXICAN BREAKFAST

We had some terrific Old El Paso Hard and Soft Tacos for dinner last night. Some gooey cheese spread on the inside of a soft taco shell and some great hamburger meat, salsa, shredded cheese, lettuce, and tomatoes on the inside of a hard shell. Man, they were good!

This morning there was a lot of hamburger meat left over, so I proceeded to concoct a way of cleaning them up!

I first heated the leftover hamburger meat in a tablespoon of oil, added some jalapeño peppers, and a couple of spoonfuls of Harry & David’s Pepper and Onion Relish.

Then I pushed the heated meat to the side and added 2 eggs (actually 3 yokes since one was a double), salted and peppered the eggs as usual, and added a few sprinkles of Tennessee Sunshine Sauce and scrambled them.

When the eggs were just about finished, I mixed them into the meat mixture and turned off the heat.

I then spread out tortilla wraps, pasted the inside with sour cream, added a layer of the hamburger and egg mixture, sprinkled with shredded cheese and served. My wife added her favorite Salpica Tomato Jalapeño Salsa to hers, and we were off!

Coffee and jalapeños makes for a fantastic taste combination in your mouth. It’s wonderful!

2 comments:

Fathairybastard said...

Breakfast burritos baby. Those are called Breakfast borritos. Have those on camping trips all the time. Take whatevers left over from dinner, which on a camping trip is usually sausage or hamburger meat, and mix it with salsa, pic de gallo, etc.

You sure you're not a Texan?

Mushy said...

I was a Texan for about 14 weeks, during my stay at Lackland!

However, I didn't learn to eat "spicy hot" until about 10 years ago. I love it. I also love just throwing things together to see how they taste together.

If I tell my wife what I'm going to make, she'll snurl up her nose at me. However, if I just do it, she usually can't eat enough!

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