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This is a nice easy and tasty breakfast but I just love the taste of salsa and eggs together. I also added some shredded monterey jack cheese and let it melt just a bit.

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Mysterygirl November 18, 2003

Down here in South Texas, this dish is known as "migas". Instead of salsa, also try sauteeing some chopped onion and tomato before adding the eggs.

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leahharter06 May 20, 2007

Yum! This was so easy and so good. The only changes I made was to use seasoned salt instead of plain and once everything was cooked I melted hot pepper jack cheese. When I was down in Texas we stopped at a little TexMex restaurant. I think they called this Migas. You could easily add some meat such as Chorizo or plain sausage. Great recipe and congrats for being chosen Chef of the Day.

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Gadgetsmidnight November 06, 2011

I found this recipe years ago, and I make it regularly making modifications as needed. I often make this by using the crumbs from a bag of tortilla chips instead of fresh tortillas, and I mix them in with the egg and water and let them sit for a few minutes. I then cook the egg-tortilla mix first, and add the salsa when the eggs are set. Delicious either way!

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half_baked December 19, 2010

This was a great breakfast! I used a whole-wheat tortilla (didn't have corn ones), and a homemade pico de gallo (onions, tomatoes, jalapenos, cilantro), and it was very tasty.

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bmnchef March 02, 2009
Ma. Cristina's Tortilla Eggs