Sunday, May 6, 2012

Seis de Mayo - leftovers!

For Cinco de Mayo yesterday I made my one of my  favorites. Enfrijoladas with Salsa de Huevo. It's basically enchiladas made with a bean sauce and then eggs with a tomato sauce - sounds better in Spanish! Anyway this morning when I woke up I decided to switch it up a bit and make my variation on Panuchos. You have to make the whole meal above basically to have this as leftovers but I promise it's worth it - both times! Here's basically what I did this morning. In my little frying pan I put a little oil and then I took 2 corn tortillas and spread about 2 tablespoons of the bean mixture on each one leaving about a 1/2 inch border. (the beans had thickened up a bit overnight) Then I took a hardboiled egg and sliced it up and placed around on one of the tortillas and topped that with the bean side down other tortilla to make a little sandwich. In the hot skillet I fried it on one side until crispy then carefully flipped it over to fry on the other side. I removed it from the pan and then poured a little of my Salsa in to warm and poured that over my tortilla. Topped with a little sour cream it was delicioso- too bad I forgot the avocado slices! Anyway, you could probably just do this with some leftover beans, pureed and some warmed up salsa - but then you would miss out on enfrijoladas!!! Happy Seis de Mayo!!!

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