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Tuesday, March 2, 2010

Mexican Breakfast Quesadillas

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I seem to get in a rut when it comes to making breakfast. I find myself cooking the same thing over and over quite frequently. So I got really excited when I ran across this recipe, tried it out and everyone raved about how yummy it was. It has since become a regular on our breakfast menu. It's very versatile and can be made any way you want...with whatever ingredient your family likes or just to mix it up a bit.

Mexican Breakfast Quesadillas
5 eggs, well beaten
choose one of the following meats, cooked- crumbled sausage, cooked- crumbled bacon, diced ham
 (I used bacon once and then "bacon sausage" once...both were very tasty, but the family liked the bacon
     sausage best)
cheddar cheese
10 tortilla's
sour cream, ranch, salsa, diced onions, red peppers, corn, black beans etc... (suggested toppings)

In a large frying pan, scramble the eggs with the cooked meat. Remove from pan. Place tortilla in a skillet, one at a time spraying with pan coating each time. Put in 1/4 of the egg mixture and some cheese on half of the tortilla, then fold the other half over the cheese and egg mixture. When the cheese begins to melt, flip the quesadilla over. When the cheese is completely melted and the tortilla is golden brown, cut it in half and serve with whatever toppings you would like.

*Just a note...these are more filling than they look. No one in my family could eat a whole one.

Happy Cooking~
Julie


2 comments:

  1. Yummy! I'm going to have to make this tomorrow my family will LOVE it!

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