Prep 0 mins
Cook 20 mins
This is a recipe my hubby came up with when it was his turn to cook breakfast after losing in our weekly football pick'em. It's something I never would have thought of but is so yummy! A nice different way to do breakfast.
- 6 precooked sausage patties
- 113.39 g Mexican blend cheese
- 8 eggs
- 141.74-170.09 g tortilla chips
- 113.39 g salsa (we use medium, but since it's breakfast you might want mild...depends on personal preference)
- 6 slice bacon
- jalapeno (optional)
- onion (optional)
- tomatoes (or whatever your heart desires!) (optional)
- Scramble the eggs. While they are cooking, warm the sausage and cook bacon in the microwave according to package directions.
- Chop the bacon and sausage into small pieces.
- When eggs are done mix in the sausage and bacon.
- Divide chips among oven safe plates OR put all on a cookie sheet. Sprinkle with 2 oz. of the cheese. Place under broiler to melt cheese. (won't take long!).
- Put the egg and meat mixture on top of the chips. Sprinkle the final 2 oz. of cheese over top. Place under broiler until melted.
- Top with salsa and/or other optional toppings.
This recipe is FABULOUS! I cooked the bacon and sausage together and used the bacon dripping to scrambled the eggs, then I laid everything in a square quiche pan to broil. Topped with chopped tomatoes, jalapenos, and some chives, the nachos turned out to be a wonderful dinner for us. We enjoyed it with some nacho cheese. Totally hit the spot! Will make again and again.
What a nice recipe ! ! I also combined the salsa (mild), and sour cream, and used jalapenos, and made for a nice start to the day. Easy to prepare, and scarfed down by all. Nice little southwest flavor. I can see these as a snack during the games too. Made and enjoyed this and tagged in Zaar Stars.
What a great idea! I cut the recipe down to one serving and followed Ingrid's suggestion of mixing the salsa with sour cream. Topped the nachos with onions, jalapenos and avocado chunks. This is a perfect breakfast! Thanks for sharing, Shelby Jo. ***Made for PRMR***