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I%u2019m not sure how I made it this far in life without ever making Chilaquiles at home, but today this recipe helped me rectify the situation. I grew up in Texas and I%u2019ve always loved them when going out for breakfast. My boyfriend was introduced to them in Mexico last year and fell in love with them too. Today we made them for brunch and they were super quick and totally awesome!

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catkoehn March 26, 2011

I have been a fan of chilaquiles for as long as I can remember, but I can't seem to find a place that serves the dish I'm expecting. Now we try recipes at home, in hopes of finding the "right" recipe someday. This is the right recipe! The salsa is easy to make, and the directions given helped us perfect the technique of making chilaquiles. Next time, I would use more eggs. Don't forget to add the salt - it makes a difference! We served it with crema Mexicana and cilantro on the side.

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saucy48 October 03, 2010

I had some leftover tortillas and decided to make some chilaquiles (which I love but didn't know how to make them). And they come out super delicious!!! My husband liked them a whole lot also. Will be doing them often. Thanks for the recipe!

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marthaelenalopez74 January 06, 2009

I might suggest roasting the tomatoes, garlic and peppers for a bit in the oven at 375, then peel skin for the peppers place in paper bag after removing from oven to help peel skin) and blend after cooling. Flavor really develops that way!

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benja123 April 04, 2012

This is so easy to make, and delicious. I can never find fresh chilis de arbol, so I use 1 fresh jalapeno and 1 fresh serrano. I make this for my family once a week! Go for homemade refried beans with this recipe, it is worth it.

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susieraek January 06, 2008

This is an Authentic recipe that I and my husband use. We're from Michocan Mexico. But we prefer Queso Fresco crumbled on top with the onions when serving. Yum Yum.

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laurarperez1981 March 02, 2007

Loved this!!! Super easy to make and oh-so-tasty!!! The only change I made was to add a fresh jalapeno, stemmed and seeded, and two cloves of garlic to the water while boiling the tomatoes. Everything went into the blender. I also used the cooking water instead of fresh water at that point. Garnished with Crema and cilantro. Yum! It made more sauce than was needed, but that's ok because adding chopped onion and cilantro will make a yummy salsa for another treat! Next time, I will add more egg, as commented by another reviewer. Thanks for posting! Made for "Help a Naked Recipe 2012".

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Jostlori September 26, 2012
Guadalajara Style Chilaquiles