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A busy Saturday morning in early February promised to be sunny, but very, very busy. I had chosen this recipe from *PRMR* and I was so glad I did. Not only was this easy, with all ingredients on hand....I was able to whip this right up and feed all the hungry friends we had gathered around the breakfast table. I followed this exactly~although I used yellow cheddar cheese instead of white. I had never just put the tortilla *right on* the stove burner. What a glorious idea! That warmed and charred the tortilla perfectly as well as completely melting the cheese into gooey goodness. I also added a bit of green onion to the top of the cheese while it was melting and this kinda of all melted together to the best tasting tortilla I have ever had! This is a wonderful change to the same old egg wrap, one that promises to make our table quite often. Thank you so much Annacia!
We had these for brunch today. I used Low Fat Chorizo for the chorizo, but followed the rest fairly closely. They were yummy, am looking forward to having them again. Thanks Annacia for sharing this recipe.
Other than using flour tortillas I followed the recipe. I used Turkey Chorizo and made the chorizo the night before. The next morning it was a simple stir it together breakfast. I enjoyed the addition of cilantro in this recipe. They were pretty to look at too. Thank you for sharing your recipe! Reviewed for ZWT 3.
These tacos made a wonderful breakfast. I had some leftover chorizo so it made this recipe so easy to make. DH really enjoyed them so they will be made often. Made for Everyday is a Holiday, March, 2014.
This is a favorite breakfast of ours. I appreciate very much your posting it. Not having the white cheddar, I used the yellow sharp cheddar also discovered that I was out of green onions so I chopped up about 1/4 cup yellow onion. The chorizo was my turkey chorizo sausage. All of this was topped off with diced avocado and Jalapeno Relish.
What a great brunch this made for DH & this Tex-Mex lover yesterday! I used Chorizo by DiB's for the chorizo + flour tortillas in place of corn tortillas (more a burrito than a taco). I served it w/Chorizo Cheese Grits by NurseDi, stuffed myself & was so full even later that I could not eat a leftover dinner w/DH. Thx for sharing this keeper w/us. It will definitely be repeated. :-)