Just a quick little recipe. Made this for breakfast today for hubby thought I would share.
INGREDIENTS: Serving: 1
2 Roma Tomatoes
1/3 White Onion
1 Jalapeño seeded and deveined
Little bit of Cilantro for topping
4 Corn tortillas
1.First take and chop your tomato, onion and jalapeño and add it to your blender. Hopefully this step kind of basic I didn’t take pictures of that part.
Might need to add some water if it’s not blending well into a liquid. After it’s all blended add it to a pot to slowly cook it’s a deep red.
When it’s almost to this reddish color you can fry your eggs. You want to fry your tortillas a little bit so they are not soft, just slightly stiff. Brush with lard or put a little oil in the pan before you warm the tortillas.
After the tortillas are fried a bit. Add the beans,( warm them up) on top of the tortillas. Like on the picture.
Then you add your eggs then sauce over the eggs. Put cilantro on top. You can add a little Mexican crumble cheese on top if you would like also.
I added two tortillas then two eggs on top of the refried beans. You do not need two tortillas, this is just how my husband likes it. He eats his tacos with double tortillas also.
Hope you enjoyed this short little recipe today. Have a great day or night and please..stay safe.
Well today I’m going to change it up a little it and do a food post. Hope that you like spicy. I know as for myself I can not handle spicy anymore. I use to eat hot food and hot cheetos like they weren’t anything years ago. But my acid reflux says nope you can not eat the good stuff anymore. So just stuck cooking it for my family now which I don’t mind as long as they enjoy it.
Let me remind you these are just how we make things in our house. So by no means are they authentic. Some recipes I will try to get as close to authentic as I possibly can. And others I just put together what I have on hand in the house. That being said, on with the recipe.
1 Chile Arbol
1 Chile Nuevo Mexico
5-7 Chile Pasilla
1-2 tomatoes*see notes*
quarter of a white onion* see note*
1-2 garlic clove
water from boiled items
Fill a medium size pot fill around half full of water. Then you want to add all the chiles listed along with your tomate, onion and garlic cloves. The 1 or 2 gloves is just to your taste. I usually add 2 myself. Then you are going to bring all these items to a boil then shut off heat and let cool down to be able to put in your blender.
Once the items are cooled off then you will need to add them to your blender, you don’t want to add it still boiling because you need to use some of the water from the boiled items in your blender so it should not be boiling. Some people do add it boiling, so that would be your choice. *the tomatoes is 1 or 2, depending if you want it little more spicy and less on the tomatoey side or little less heat and little more watery. If you use 2 tomatoes you also use less water from the pot.* *As for onion, you can use yellow or white onion which ever you have one hand, and you could add a little more if you like. These recipes are designed to make for your liking*
Once items added blend adding the boil water as needed to the consistency you would like. I make mine a little watery not much, because I cook my food in this salsa, so some the extra water has some room to evaporate a bit while cooking with the food.
Then you can pour it in a pan with steak, chicken, pork chops and even ribs. This is a versatile salsa and can go with almost anything and can be made to your liking. So go ahead play with it a little bit and enjoy your nice spicy food with sauce in the end.
Well hope you enjoyed this little recipe. More money posts and food post to come. Have yourself a great rest of your weekend. Til then stay safe.
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I filled up a old salsa jar with just all this in the pan. You can make it less spicy if you like. Usually I just use one or two jalapeños but this time I used one jalapeño and one Serrano. I don’t eat spicy so one taste to me and I could taste the spiciness woooeeee not for me but perfect for hubby and he probably could of handled a little more spiciness. But after 7 years I’m just learning to get it more spicy, I can cook good now took years of practice and now I cook almost anything pretty good 😊