Chilaquiles… Mexican morning after “heavy” night

One of my favourite breakfast dish. However, quite big dish at the beginning of the day, so I am not hungry for a while. But absolutely perfect after “heavy” nights with headache πŸ™‚ And it has “proper and lazy” option. So letΒ΄s start with what do you need.

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What do you need for 2 portions:Β 

corn tortillas or Doritos (for lazy option)

300 g chicken breastsΒ 

6 tomatoes

1 onion

2 garlic clovesΒ 

lactose free cheese

lactose free cream

oilΒ 

oreganoΒ 

salt and pepperΒ 

avocado

When you have everything ready, start with cooking of chicken breasts until soft and ready to be pulled. At the same time, prepare big pan with no oil and fry tomatoes with onion until vegetables are slightly burnt. When ready, blend with garlic cloves and oregano. When blended, put it back to the pan, add salt and pepper and cook it until the sauce a bit thicker. In the mean time, when the salsa is being cooked, cut corn tortillas into triangles and fry them with oil in other pan. Fried tortilla chips are basis of the dish. Or the lazy version – Doritos can be the basis of this dish. It is up to you what do you prefer πŸ™‚ At the end pulled cooked chicken breast, grate lactose free cheese (or other one you like) and mix it with lactose free cream, and you can serve.

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As I mentioned before, the basis of the dish are tortilla chips. Pulled chicken breast goes on top of tortilla chips, followed by shredded cheese with cream. Tomato salsa is poured over the top and garnished with avocado slices.

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This time, I have prepared as well smoothie! Green smoothie – made from cucumber, lettuce, honey and lemon juice πŸ™‚ Try it, it will make you happy! Cucumber is powerful detoxifier, lettuce is rich in vitamin E. Blend peeled cucumber, handful of chopped lettuce, the lemon juice from half a lemon, big spoon of honey and water.

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Buen provecho!

Vero and Canito

8 thoughts on “Chilaquiles… Mexican morning after “heavy” night

      1. I’m a Yugoslav born Romanian living in Canada. Mexican/Tex-Mex cooking is different from what I grew up with so I don’t worry about being too rigid in my cooking. As long as it tastes good and most of the basic elements of the dishes are there. πŸ™‚

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      2. There are some recipes on my blog under the ‘romanian’ tag like the Easter bread (pasca), a bean dish (fasole batuta), pork crackling biscuits and strudel. Some I don’t have recipes for like a skinless sausage (mici or mititei, cevapcici in Serbian) and you can use any recipe you want for crepes (clatite or scovredi).
        https://aboleyn01.wordpress.com/tag/romanian/
        There are also a few Romanian recipes on my old LJ, which I still maintain though I’ve been copying them over to this blog for the last few years, like polenta (mamaliga in Romanian) , Romanian donuts (papanasi) and a potato/hard boiled egg/polish sausage casserole which doesn’t really have a name.
        http://a-boleyn.livejournal.com/tag/romanian

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