Breakfast Nachos (a half-homemade dish for the weekend)

Hola mi compadres del cosina!

This past weekend was Mother's day here in the USA, and NORMALLY I do very close to nothing all day. This past Sunday, however, I was craving "breakfast nachos". Since they are SUPER-EASY to make, I decided to get off mah big bootay and make a batch for the Family.

You can pretty much throw anything that you like in an omelet into this dish, but eggs (or eggbeaters), cheese, and tortilla chips (fried are best but the baked ones work OK too) are mandatory. This dish takes about 5 minutes worth of effort, and the results are 100 times worth those 5 minutes!

 Here is how you put this one together. OLE!!!

Breakfast Nachos


about 1/3 bag of your favorite tortilla chips
6 eggs-lightly beaten with 3/4 cup milk
2 cup shredded cheese of your liking (I use vintage cheddar)
Omelet stuffings (in no particular amounts)-onions, chives, tomatoes-fresh or sun dried, sausage, ham, bacon bits, green pepper, or fire roasted chilies (you get the idea), etc...

Lightly oil a 9x13 baking dish . Preheat the over to 425F. In a large cast iron, or nonstick skillet, soft scramble your eggs.

 Place a generous layer of tortilla chips into your baking dish.

Add a little cheese. sprinkle the eggs over the cheese and top with your chosen omelet ingredients. Sprinkle on more cheese.


 

 

Bake at 425F for and 12-15 minutes, just until the cheese is melted and bubbly.

Serve with your favorite salsa, and picante sauce. El desayuno fiesta!!!!!

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