Chorizo, Potatoes and Eggs

Total Time
Prep 10 mins
Cook 20 mins

A nice breakfast or brunch dish. Serve with warm tortillas, and green chiles on the side, if desired.

Ingredients Nutrition

  • 4 -6 medium potatoes, peeled, chopped into cubes (parboil or frozen to save time)
  • 8 ounces chorizo sausage (add or subtract to taste)
  • 6 eggs (scrambled in a bowl)


  1. Cook your chopped potatoes in a 12” frying pan.
  2. Saute chorizo in a sauce pan by it’s self, while the potatoes finish cooking.
  3. Pour cooked chorizo sauce into your cooked potatoes (pour off excess oils to taste).
  4. Mix the chorizo completely into your cooked potatoes.
  5. Pour your eggs into your mixed potatoes and chorizo and stir or you can fold and make an omelet.
  6. Cook until done and server immediately, as scrambled eggs, a burrito or an omelet.
  7. If your crowd is really big eaters, add spainsh rice and refiried beans -- I make this even on camping trips, you should see the people in the campgrounds looking around when they smell this in the morning, put out some Menudo with onions, clantro and you have a very tasty meal no matter where you are, enjoy.
Most Helpful

A reaaaaly good and simple dish, very raw yet very tasty. Five for you.

Franco B. January 28, 2015

Good! I used frozen hashed browns, and added chopped onion and green pepper after the chorizo was almost done. I also used more eggs, but since I didn't really measure anything, I guess that will depend on personal preference. I served it with flour tortillas, shredded cheese, and taco sauce. We actually had it for a Friday night supper instead of breakfast. A nice change of pace.

janetvj55 January 16, 2009

This was a good and satisfying breakfast/brunch for DH and DS. I followed your recipe as directed and made the meat mixture and then stuffed it in warm tortilla shells. thanks for sharing this Yummy recipe Wiley. Made for Sept. 08's Beyond Breakfast~

CoffeeB September 13, 2008