Footballs snacks are on everybody’s grocery list. Well put the ingredients for Potato Skin Pizza on that list!!!!
This is the best of two worlds… pizza and potato skins……..and super duper, extra easy.
Store bought pizza crust…….you can make your own if you wish. Baked potatoes…..make ahead or just pop them in the wave right before you make the pizza ………that’s what this lazy pants did…..lol.Continue reading “Potato Skin Pizza”
It’s time for Sunday breakfast again………what oh what, to fix??????
You know, I have great idea, which I am happy to share……….How about Quesadilla Huevos Rancheros?
Quesadillas for breakfast you say………big question mark? Why not! Just fill them with eggs, scrambled with green, red, and yellow peppers, green onions, cheese and cilantro. Serve it up with sour cream and salsa and you have a south of the border breakfast.
It’s quick and easy, both to make, and to adjust the recipe if you are making for more than two! You can adjust for items you have on hand also………add bacon, or sausage, use a different cheese. Anything goes …….unless you don’t have eggs then, not so much.
These quick and easy Quesadilla Huevos Rancheros gives you more time for what Sundays are for……RELAXING!!!!
It’s Sunday……..Whoo!!! Which means a really great breakfast. Fiesta Egg Skillet is my go to recipe.
I found this recipe years ago in one of those little recipe books that they sell in the checkout lane at the grocery store. I have always been a sucker for those things. I mean after all, when you are standing in line waiting, either you look at those trash rags about celebrities……..I really do not want to see what they look like without makeup, who dumped who or who’s cheating on who……..I always go for the food mags.
I will pick up magazines about any type of food, and one of the first magazines I ever had a subscription to was Bon Appetit. I was on top of the world when I made something from that magazine and it turned out just like the pictures.Well, times have certainly changed, but I still love a good food magazine. The pictures these days almost make you able to taste the food from the pages, and that is our goal also.
I wish I could remember the little grocery store book that I got the recipe for Fiesta Egg Skillet from,so I could give credit where credit is due, but the book is long gone …….as is sometimes my memory………but this recipes has definitely made enough of an impression that I am able to share it with you!
2 tablespoons oil – I used coconut oil, but any oil is fine
6 eggs, beaten
1 small jalapeño, minced
1 cup mexican blend cheese
Salsa/Pico de Gallo
Green Onions, thinly sliced, green parts only
Heat oil in large skillet over medium heat. Add tortilla strips and onions. Cook until the tortilla strips are crispy and the onions are starting to brown lightly. Keep stirring the tortilla mixture so it crisps evenly.
In a medium bowl beat the eggs and stir in the jalapeño. Pour the egg mixture over the tortilla mixture in the skillet. Reduce heat to low and cover. Continue cooking over low heat until the eggs are set, about 5 minutes. Remove lid and sprinkle the cheese over the eggs. Cover again and let the cheese melt. Cut into 8 wedges to serve. Top with salsa, sour cream and green onions.