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Holiday Breakfast Enchiladas

Holiday Breakfast Enchiladas created by  Pamela

This makes a perfect Christmas breakfast and is so colorful! I have made this for a holiday brunch and just cut each tortilla into 4 before serving, giving you 32 bite sized pieces.

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directions

  • Saute vegetables in skillet with butter or oil until tender.
  • Remove from pan and add eggs.
  • Scramble fry until cooked and then add sour cream and salsa.
  • Add rest of the ingredients, saving one cup of cheese for the topping, and heat through.
  • Spoon about 1/2 cup of mixture into center of tortilla and roll up.
  • Place seam side down in a casserole.
  • Repeat until all tortillas are filled.
  • Sprinkle with cheese and bake at 350 degrees until cheese is melted about 20 to 30 minutes.
  • Serve with salsa and sour cream.
  • These do freeze well, but not for an extended period of time. Freeze after step 7. Wrap well, label and freeze. To serve: place frozen enchiladas into baking pan and bake for 30 minutes or until derfrosted. Top with cheese and then bake as directed.
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"This makes a perfect Christmas breakfast and is so colorful! I have made this for a holiday brunch and just cut each tortilla into 4 before serving, giving you 32 bite sized pieces."
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  1. Noo8820
    We just ate these-and they were delicious!! I fried my sliced bacon off with the peppers and onion,to cash in on the flavoursome bacon juices.When I scrambled my eggs ,I slightly undercooked them (I like them on the wet side anyway) as I was afraid that they would become a bit rubbery after being baked.I used the sour cream,and I also added a little picante sauce to the eggs,along with the cheese to keep them from drying out and to add flavour.A mixture of cheddar and mexicana cheese was sprinkled on the top.A great tasting,different breakfast,that doesn't require a huge amount of effort.We'll be eating this again!!
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  2.  Pamela
    Holiday Breakfast Enchiladas Created by  Pamela
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  3. Jellyqueen
    This is a really great recipe. I did add salt and pepper to taste, and I wasn't sure whether I was suppose to mix any of the cheese in with the eggs or just place on top. I placed all of the cheese on top, but next time, I think I am going to mix some in with the egg mixture.
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  4.  Pamela
    This makes a perfect Christmas breakfast and is so colorful! I have made this for a holiday brunch and just cut each tortilla into 4 before serving, giving you 32 bite sized pieces.
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