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Soft Breakfast Tacos


 Made some homemade Salsa yesterday from good fresh veggies and it survived yesterday because I didn't have any Chips and since the Wiffy was feeling poorly, I just frigged it and waited.

However, this morning was Breakfast Taco time and the Salsa's furlough was over.   Time to taste the wares so to speak and taste I did

First a couple of Guerrero soft white corn torts with some melted Habanero Jack .


Next comes a small spoon of San Antonio's Pace "caliente" for some extra heat.


Then comes the scrambled Cackleberry and Owens Hot sausage .


Topping all of that off with yesterday's "fresh homemade Salsa" and they're ready to ROLL and consume.


The "ONLY" thing I would do differently next time is omit the garlic, if I was gonna use it for Breakfast Cooks.  Other than that, "I'd do it all again and again."

 



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Ouch! Too much heat for me. I am a firm believer that food should not hurt going in, or going out.

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hahahaha - - - it's wasn't as hot as it sounded - - - but different strokes for different folks I guess - - - I probably eat breakfast tacos at least 6 mornings a week



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I'll be there in a shake, Em(E). Breakfast tacos and burritos are the best

My Missus bought a big tub of organic spinach the other day, so I am finding ways to use it up other than a salad.

Chopped a few green on-yons, some garlic - three big cloves, put some bacon drippings, butter, and sesame oil in a big skillet and started browning them, tossed in a few big fists full of spinach and sweated it all down 'til the on-yons and garlic just started to take a bit of color, and poured in the beat up aigs - half a dozen, beat up with a couple of spoonfuls of sour cream, a couple of tablespoons of half and half, herbs and spices to suit, and about a tablespoon full of grated parmesan from the plastic shaker box. Cooked the mix, stirring frequently, until it took a set and got a good curd in it. I just ate it on some toast, but it will go into a burrito or taco just as well,, and with your choice of meats and cheeses.

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yep, Em(I), I be luv'n any kind of greens and it sounds like you put the "tasty tweek'n" on'em too- - - matter of fact it sounds like my Granny's wilted lettuce she used to do - - - - one of the members of a BBQ forum I'm in did some spinach and ??? tacos the other day - - - sure sounded 'larapin'



-- Edited by Mello Yello on Monday 17th of August 2015 02:53:28 PM

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