Breakfast Egg Rolls
Scrambled Eggs, Fine Minced Potatoes and Chorizo come together for this appetizing breakfast treat.
Add a little Minced Jalapeno or other peppers for a bit of a bite.
Or let your guests add a dash of Tabasco Sauce when served, It'll wake up their taste buds in the morning. I personally like a bit of a bite for breakfast and splash some Tabasco Sauce on my Biscuits and Gravy, or my Basted Eggs.
Bloody Mary -- Anyone?
As a friend of mine says "You can't drink all day if you don't have one in the morning." A practice I stay away from -- Discourage -- And don't recommend!
Although -- As a Rare Exception -- Bloody Mary -- Anyone?
They are transportable for that daily commute.
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- egg roll wraps
- eggs scrambled and cooked
- 1 to 1 1/2 c
- chorizo cooked minced
- 1 c
- cooked potatoes minced fine
- 1 tsp
- olive oil added to ingredients
- salt and pepper
- 1 tsp
- jalpeno or less diced fine (optional)
- 2/3 c
- oil for frying
- tabasco sauce or sliced or diced jalpeno peppers or some salsa on the side.
INGREDIENTS ARE FOR EIGHT AMPLE EGG ROLLS
1Cook the scramble Eggs. Cook the Chorizo and dice medium to coarse.
2I used canned potatoes (They are already cooked). Or you could cook your own potatoes. I dice and mince fairly fine with the multi-bladed pastry blender.
3Add finely diced Jalapeno Peppers (Optional). I usually leave out and let my guests add the heat at time of serving if they choose. I cook so that 4 and 5 year old's can eat my presentations.
4When ingredients are all cooked add 1 teaspoon Olive Oil And a dash of Salt and Pepper. and Mix and combine well. I cook with very low salt.
5With one corner of the Egg Roll Wrap toward you, place two heaping tablespoons of mixture on wrap. Roll corner and turn up the edges. Continue rolling until complete.
6Fry in the 2/3 cup cooking oil, loose corner down until golden, flip and brown other side.
7Place on paper towels to absorb oil. allow to cool slightly and serve. These re-heat well in microwave, I wrap loosely in paper towel to heat. These re-heat just as well after freezing.
8When serving provide Tabasco Sauce or sliced or diced Jalapeno Peppers or Salsa so you guests can add a bit of a bite if desired. Enjoy
9Note: I don't care for a lot of the sausage shaped pre-packaged Chorizo. Hy Vee, one of our local grocery chains prepares an excellent Chorizo at their meat counter (My Preference). Also a couple of Mexican Food Markets prepare a very good Chorizo. You can also purchase a Chorizo flavoring mix and make your own with ground pork.
10NOTE: See my recently added "Bloody Mary Mix"