Tuesday, February 26, 2013

Salsa Verde Eggs

My friend Katie and I are two of the biggest foodies you'll ever meet. Our conversations are usually a giant verbal recipe swap. Discussing new ways to use seasonal ingredients and sharing tips and tricks for revamping classic dishes are common themes.
Basically, we like food, and we're not afraid to say it.
Recently, Katie and I were discussing eggs.
Eggs are one of my favorite things to eat. They're incredibly versatile, filling, go great with coffee, and cheap cheap cheap.
And fortunately, Katie was kind enough to share with me one of her favorite ways to revamp plain breakfast eggs.
Introducing, Salsa Verde Eggs:

Simple, spicy, and easy, this dish is my new go-to breakfast.

To make one serving, you will need:

dab butter
2 eggs
a dash of milk
salt & pepper
3-4 tablespoons salsa verde
one handful shredded queso cheese

Start by heating a pan on medium heat. Place a dab of butter on the pan.
Mix your eggs in a bowl with the milk, salt, and pepper.

Pour your eggs into the pan and let them cook, untouched. Just as the bottom of the eggs begin to set, sporadically pour your salsa verde into the egg mixture (if you have any on-hand, this is also a great time to add some broken up tortilla chips to your eggs). Scramble your eggs until cooked. Top with cheese.

Spicy. Cheesy. Delicious.
Thanks Katie!

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  1. I love cooking with eggs too, they are so versatile. I never would have thought to add salsa verde to eggs, but I like the idea!