I have a question for you guys. Is eating breakfast tacos a Texas thing? Or maybe a southern border thing? I've noticed that there is a lack of places here that sell a good breakfast taco. Well, to be honest, I haven't seen ANY. Back in Texas there are places everywhere. Even Taco Trucks! So it got me to wondering how many folks actually eat breakfast tacos.
They are such an easy meal to make. The clean-up is a breeze too. One pan, a spatula, a spoon to dip the salsa with and some napkins! It doesn't get much easier. For those of you who have never tried them, you just don't know what you have been missing!
You can start easy with some crumbled sausage in your scrambled eggs and then wrap it up in a tortilla. Try adding some grated cheese too, of course then you are going to have to wash the grater.... Anyway, there are pretty much endless variations of the simple breakfast taco. You just need to start with flour tortilla's and let your imagination just go with it. Bacon, ham, chorizo (mexican spicy sausage) or sausage are all good starts. Scramble some eggs add the meat of your choice, maybe some fried chunks of potato's, some good salsa and roll it all up into a quick easy breakfast. I like sauteed onions and/or green peppers. Diced fresh tomato's are good too. If you have a good picante sauce or a nice salsa to top it off with... yummm. The hubster love's jalapeno or Serrano peppers with his. Oh and don't forget the cheese! If you don't like eggs you can always try a meat and potato taco. I'm about 50/50 on the potato choices. Fried diced potato's good, but then again you can't beat soft fried potato's.
I haven't made tortilla's in a year or more. Things have just been different, but I'm going to start making them again. Mars and I both love to eat tortilla's like alot of folks eat white bread. Breakfast taco's are one of my favorite quick and easy meals. Another great thing is that they are good "to go" food. Quick and easy, they make a great meal!
Anyway.... I was just sort of curious to see if breakfast taco's are a regional thing. Do you eat them in your neck of the woods? Oh and if you decide to try some don't forget an extra napkin or two. Sometimes ya dribble!
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