Eager to see what people respond with on this thread as I like trying new things. Will be avoiding the grasshopper and likely the sea urchin nads as
well however, cuz no.
Similarly to what Maxatoria says above, tortillas aren't just for tacos and burritos anymore.
One of my favorite dishes to make is simple but oh so incredibly versatile and always good. I always use scrambled egg and cheese with it and then any
number of veggies, but usually onion, tomato, lettuce or spinach(fresh). Broccoli, garlic, avocado, artichoke and olives are a good additions as well
to this, all or some. Sometimes, I saute the veggies first, sometimes I don't. Good either way.
I use a large, flour tortilla and spread butter on one side of it. Place in frying pan on a med-low setting. Add the pre-scrambled eggs(one or two) to
one side of the tortilla and shave cheese over that. (again, your choice of cheese. They are all good including cream cheese) Place veggies on the
opposite side of the eggs/cheese. Greens should be added last so they don't get all mushy. When tortilla begins to brown, fold in half, press down
and continue frying for a minute or two. Feel free to add meat if you like. I usually do not, but bacon is the best choice for this. This is not
complete without a large glop of sour cream on top.
You won't be disappointed and again, you can make this in countless ways. It's easy and makes a delicious meal at any time of day, but especially like
Another simple but delicious alternative is making a grilled cheese with muenster cheese rather than icky processed American cheese. Using 2 slices
and often with scrambled egg and tomato between them is the way I do it. (I'm a man who likes his egg and cheese combos)
Also, I still feel like no one knows about Thai iced tea. I know they likely do, but I fear they don't. And they should. They really, really should.
edit on 14-11-2014 by gottaknow because: added info.
edit on 14-11-2014 by gottaknow because: fixed info. (sigh)