After the mushrooms and asparagus cooked around 5 minutes until asparagus was still firm and not mushy. Add the beaten eggs, cream and what ever fresh herbs you have on hand or like. I like to use Pensey's Parisien Bonnes Herbs or Fine Herbs, but you can use what you like. When it starts to set up add the cheese, then tortilla pieces. Top with grated Parmesan cheese and finishing sea salt.
2 T olive oil
2 T half and half, cream or milk
1 cup cut asparagus (you can use less)
1 cup sliced mushroom (you can use less)
1/2 cup cheese (I used jack and Parmesan)
2 corn tortillas cut into small pieces
1/2 tsp onion powder
1/2 tsp garlic powder
1 tsp herbs of choice (tarragon, chives, chervil, fine herbs)
sea salt and pepper
That looks delicious! Kind of like the chilaquales they make in Mexico, but with asparagus!ReplyDelete
Very healthy meal and you can cook well:DDReplyDelete
Great scramble :)ReplyDelete
TKW - I must admit I had to google "chilaquales" to see what it was, that does look good. I use the crisp corn tortillas strips often in my scrambled eggs I like the crunch (I guess it's a texture thing). I ususally make it with spinach and tomatoes or salsa(things I always have on hand).ReplyDelete
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A delicious idea. I love egg based dishes :)ReplyDelete
oh this looks like a perfect breakfastReplyDelete
This egg scramble looks super delicious. With a little salsa? It would be the end of me. I never thought about using corn strips in my eggs, but I bet the crispy texture takes these eggs up a notch. Thanks for sharing.ReplyDelete
OMG, that looks so yummy. You're quite the clever cook. I'm jealous. But at least I can steal your ideas. ;)ReplyDelete
HH - Thank you, I love egg dishes too! Quick, easy and tasty!ReplyDelete
Rebecca - Yes, it hit the spot for breakfast.
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How come I can't find my comment in this page? I've a comment a couple of days ago. Whatever! I can tell you this is a terrific combo... the addition of corn tortillas just simply perfecto! Well done!ReplyDelete
Thanks Kristy, I don't remember seeing another post. That's weird. (I promise I didn't reject it, hee hee) Thanks for the compliment!ReplyDelete