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Just finished eating this for brunch - it really hit the spot! I used prepared guacamole which was yummy. I think homemade guac would be better & in general, guac has more flavor than plain avocaadoes anyway. Another idea was to use a diced poblano sauteed with the onion instead of canned chiles. Dh suggested salsa instead of tomatoes. YUMMY STUFF!! It was perfect after an early morning arctic soccer game, lol. Thanks, Kathy!

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Elmotoo November 02, 2008

This made a wonderful Sunday Brunch! I did add a pinch of taco seasoning to the white sauce for a leetle zip; and used some diced pickled Jalepenos for the green chiles. Leaves a nice tingle on the taste buds. Not too hot nor bland. Made for Elves Cook-a-Thon in Cooking Photos.

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Caroline Cooks October 12, 2008

I made this tonight. I wanted to cut down on the fat content, and substituted 1 cup of chicken stock for 1 cup of milk. I also cut down on the cheese. I thought it was very easy to make. We really enjoyed the dish, and I will make it again. We have an "egg night" every week, but my husband doesn't like breakfast for dinner. This dish passed his test.

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Debinator August 13, 2007

This sounded really good, and I was looking forward to making it. I have to say it was just kind of "blah" though. With the white sauce and the scrambled eggs and the white tortillas, even the chilies and onions weren't enough to perk it up. I'm not one usually to skimp on calories, but this dish is LOADED in fat and I can't say the same for flavor. Glad I tried it--wouldn't make it again.

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Chef SuzyQ October 25, 2005
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