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Old 04-08-2013, 11:27 PM   #1
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Default "Stacked" Breakfast Enchiladas

I grilled some chicken thighs, then cooked scallions in butter until tender and scrambled a few eggs..








heated tortillas...



and started building.

hot tortilla, scrambled eggs...



sliced grilled chicken...



topped with hatch chilies and queso fresco...





repeated with another hot tortilla, scrambled eggs, grilled chicken, hatch chilies and cheese...





last layer was hot tortilla, grilled chicken and queso fresco...



back into the cooker until heated through and the cheese was melted..




Then I topped the whole thing with some green chili sauce that came from New Mexico.



added an egg...and called it good.





I knew that there was no way I could eat the whole thing so I cut it in half.







I'll definitely make this again!


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Old 04-08-2013, 11:33 PM   #2
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I call those Sonoran-style enchiladas, and that looks delicious Jeanie
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Old 04-08-2013, 11:34 PM   #3
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I call those Sonoran-style enchiladas, and that looks delicious Jeanie
Thanks Bob! For some reason they're called West Texas enchiladas around here. I think they are popular all over the midwest and west.
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Good googley moogley they look great!
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Tasty!!
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It was looking good, then you threw that egg on top and that took it over the top for me. It looks awesome!
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You could only eat half... i could eat half... next time you need company for breakfast, ill go over. I'm a gentle man.
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Yep ,the Egg finished it of nicely ,looks a nice Brekkie
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Mmmmm... my kind of cooking, Jeanie! Forgive me, but that DOES look eggsellent! To me, that's a whole new take on huevos rancheros.

Oh, and ain't queso fresco great?-- I'm amazed how that stuff can take the heat without melting.
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That looks so good! I'm so hungry! You're killin' me
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You are killing me! That looks so much better then the yogurt and granola I am about to have.
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YUM That looks wonderful Whoever got the other half was a very lucky person
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Yeah it was looking really good, but that egg took it over the top for me
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