Recently, I came across Simple Daily Recipes, and I was immediately drawn to the beautiful photos and delicious recipes that the site’s author, Jill McKeever, offers. She’d mentioned that she was looking to do some guest posts, and while it’s not something I normally do, it’s not for lack of WANT! So I jumped at the chance to have her do something here on My Tasty Space. The following is Jill’s post. Enjoy!
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Breakfast Soft Tacos
During the week or on the weekends, you always have time to make Breakfast Soft Tacos. You can easily make them from any leftover sautéed vegetables or thinly sliced fresh vegetables. The time saving trick is tossing them in the pan with the eggs and milk and scrambling them all together.
HERE'S ALL IT TAKES
To make 2 healthy size tacos
1 teaspoon butter or use non-stick spray for pan
2 tablespoons thinly sliced yellow onion
2 tablespoon milk
1 tablespoon favorite chunky salsa
a good pinch of salt and fresh ground pepper
10 baby spinach leaves or 1/4 cup spinach
2 flour tortillas
1/4 cup grated cheddar cheese or your favorite sharp cheese
Over medium heat, melt the butter in a small fry pan. Add onions, eggs, milk, salsa, and seasonings; scramble together. When the eggs first begin to set, stir in spinach; continue scrambling eggs until fully set, about 1 to 2 minutes. Remove from heat.
Meanwhile, heat a griddle pan over medium high heat. Warm one tortilla for 30 seconds, checking that the griddle is not too hot to burn the tortilla. Flip and layer one half with cheese and scrambled eggs. If you wish to add more salsa, this is the time to do it. Use a spatula to fold the tortilla in half and continue heating until tortilla is lightly crispy. If you like your tortilla crunchy, keep cooking and flipping until you have crunchy breakfast quesadillas. Those rock!
Try this recipe; I guarantee you'll be full until lunchtime.
Recipe and photo by Jill McKeever at SimpleDailyRecipes.com