Mon, 24 May 2021
On today’s show, I give a basic update on my life, what I have been doing for the last 2 years, and then discuss my current plans for the future of Harvest Eating and our products, website, etc. I discuss.....
Directly translated from Spanish, the word “Migas” means ‘crumbs’. And in the culinary world, “Migas” can mean many different things. For me, Migas is the perfect breakfast, Tex-Mex inspired, easy, filling, and best of all; very satisfying.
You start with some fat in a skillet and saute minced white onions, then add salsa (I like spicy hatch chile salsa from El Pinto), and/or minced peppers, beans if using, beaten eggs, crumbled tortilla chips, sharp cheddar or Jack cheese, then topped with cotija cheese, sour cream or crema and avocado.
You wind up with a dish that has texture, flavor, aroma, and serious satisfaction.
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