Tex-Mex Migas with Chorizo. Cacique® makes so many different delicious Hispanic cheeses, chorizo, and cremas to help you make all of your favorite Mexican foods! In Texas, where I grew up, migas are made with tortillas or corn chips, scrambled eggs, and, in true Tex-Mex. Generally good migas: I think the taco sauce is needed.
Migas is a popular Tex Mex breakfast dish made with chopped corn tortillas, cheese, tomatoes, jalapeños, and onions. I serve it plated with tortillas on You can also omit the cheese to make them dairy free. This is a great vegetarian dish, but if you wish to add meat chorizo or bacon work great. You can have Tex-Mex Migas with Chorizo using 8 ingredients and 5 steps. Here is how you cook it.
Ingredients of Tex-Mex Migas with Chorizo
- Prepare 1 dozen of corn tortillas.
- It’s 6 of eggs.
- It’s 1/4 cup of yellow onion (finely chopped).
- Prepare 1 of jalapeño (fresh) finely chopped, de seeded.
- Prepare 1 can of Rotel tomatoes or plain diced tomatoes (drained).
- It’s 1/4 lb of chorizo or as much as you like (if it comes in casing, remove casing).
- You need of Vegetable oil (enough to fry tortillas).
- Prepare to taste of salt and pepper.
These Tex-Mex-style Migas make for a delicious high-energy breakfast that's perfect for when you have a long day ahead. Mexican chorizo isn't a cured sausage like the Spanish and Portuguese versions. It's ground pork or beef seasoned with chile peppers, garlic, cumin, coriander and other. Easy migas are the Tex-Mex way to start your day!
Tex-Mex Migas with Chorizo step by step
- Cut or rip tortillas. I like to to cut them into triangles. Heat oil. Fry tortillas until crispy. Set aside on a paper towel to drain..
- In a separate pan, cook chorizo and mash up like ground beef. When near done cooking, add onions and jalapeño. If there is a lot of grease, you may want to drain some it and keep just a small amount..
- In a small bowl, scramble eggs..
- Add corn chips and stir or fold to combine all ingredients together. You want the corn chips to be covered by the eggs and chorizo. As the eggs are starting to cook and firm, add the tomatoes and continue to stir or fold everything together. Cook until the eggs are no longer runny..
- Add salt and pepper to taste if necessary..
Soft and cheesy scrambled eggs loaded up with peppers, onion, and fried tortillas. My husband would insist on having some chorizo and refried beans with his to make it complete. Basically, you don't need to follow my recipe exactly. Migas is considered a Tex-Mex dish and is quite flexible. But to be called Migas it has to include corn tortillas in some fashion.