Monday, November 17, 2014

Red Dead - Chilequiles

With news of Red Dead Redemption 2 in the works, it inspired me to create a really simple and delicious meal for one of the best games (I've played) ever.

You ready for a banging Mexican breakfast? Lemme introduce you to Red Dead - Chilequiles! Giving you a little bit of cowboy flair, south of the border!

This recipe is super easy to make and will for sure be a favorite for many any time of day.

YEEHAW!!


Level: Super Noob
Duration: 20 Minutes
Feeds: 1-2 People



The Goods:

-One package of flour tortillas
-Shredded Mexican Cheese
-1 small can "El Pato" hot sauce (yellow can is red hot, green can is salsa verde) you can use any kind
-2 eggs
-Sour Cream
-Olive Oil
-1 White Onion


Tutorial:

Take about half (or a little more) of the tortillas from the package and cut them lengthwise into strips, and crosswise into little chips.

Take about 2 Tablespoons of olive oil and pour into a pan. 

Turn the pan onto medium heat and place the tortilla strips into the pan and fry them until golden brown.

Remove chips and place them on a plate that is lined with a paper towel to soak up the oil.

Chop onion into cubes or strips, (you can use whole onion or half it doesn't matter) and place them in the pan, add a little drizzle of oil if needed.

Cook down the onions until soft and golden.

Add the Eggs and scramble lightly with the onions.

Add the El Pato sauce to the eggs and onions

Add the crispy tortilla chips to the salsa and egg mixture, coat the chips fully.

Add the cheese (however much you like)

Remove pan from heat and plate the spicy goodness.

Add more cheese if you like with a dollop of sour cream.

ENJOY!

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