4 Reviews

I used Mrs. Renfro's Gourmet Jalapeno Green Salsa, but discovered I had no sour cream. So I sprinkled a bit of shredded mexican cheese blend on top. My salsa was quite hot, and the cheese helped offset it a bit. I agree with Starrynews that this would be an excellent tortilla filling to make this a "to-go" meal. Thanks for sharing! Made for Newest tag game.

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breezermom May 04, 2012

A great reason to open up my fire roasted verde salsa! I had some leftover roasted asparagus, carrots and chives so threw them in there too. Turned out great and I actually served with a little bit of ketchup. Thanks Annacia!

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Sharon123 May 23, 2014

Ole this was so good and here is me thinking that salsa is only for dipping corn chips into, I couldn't get the salsa specified in the recipe so used an hot ElPaso chuncky salsa and served with sour cream and some cheesy corn chips and was just going WOW WOW with every mouthful, thank you Annacia for a great breakfast, made for Spring Photo Tag.

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I'mPat May 10, 2012

This is most certainly fast and easy - and quite tasty too! I used Chipotle Grill Inspired Tomatillo-Green Chili Salsa and served with sour cream on top this time, but I also love the idea of using it as a tortilla filling. I also like that this would be easily adjusted to taste, simply by using salsas of varying heat. Thanks for sharing! Veggie Swap 45

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Starrynews April 28, 2012
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