5 Reviews

Delicious, different way to prepare eggs. This was a snap to prepare and tasted great. Notes: I chose to briefly saute the onions and pepeprs in the butter first for about 1-2 minutes before ading the eggs and also used 4 large plain tortilla chips, crumbled for the crumbled tostadas part- I felt this was the perfect amount.

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HeatherFeather February 17, 2003

Easy and tasty! This was very quick to prepare and had lots of flavor and crunch. Thanks for sharing!

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Starrynews April 30, 2010

Yum! Never heard of these before, but came across them for a brunch menu! VERY easy to make and the crumbled tostados are an amazing addition! I made mine omelet style and it was a huge hit! Thanks for posting!

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Color Guard Mom October 17, 2009

Lovely easy tasty egg recipe. Instead of crumbling the Tostado shell I chose to serve the eggs in it. I used white cheddar, not as colorful but still very tasty. I added a chopped Jalapeno pepper and omitted the tabasco sauce. Thanks Miss Annie for making my Sunday Brunch so enjoyable

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Bergy April 23, 2006

I only recently became aware of Migas and went in search of a recipe. This was wonderful! I only had to make a few small changes...like the previous reviewer I also sauteed the veggies first, and since I had no tostadas I also sauteed some torn-up corn tortillas with the veggies. We didn't have Tabasco but 2 Tbsp of salsa worked just as well. I served these with salsa and sour cream; even the kids went crazy over them. They thought it would also make a good filling for breakfast burritos. Thanks so much for posting this TexMex treat!

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winkki April 04, 2006
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