You can never have too many varieties of breakfast taco recipes. So, while you wait for your local southeastern Walmart to stock our tortillas, you can try this recipe. Here’s what you’ll need.
- Pair of tablespoons of olive oil or butter
- ¼ of scallion greens (thinly sliced)
- Four slices of barbecued brisket (should be about half a pound)
- A cup of salsa
- A russet potato (either baked or broiled) diced into 1/4-inch
- A cup of either homemade or store purchased warm refried beans
- Freshly ground black pepper or sea salt
- Four large eggs
- Four white corn or flour tortillas
Begin by heating your oven to 250 degrees. Melt a tablespoon of either the oil or butter (whichever you chose) into a skillet using medium-high heat. Warm the slices of brisket for about thirty seconds on each side and then move to a rimmed sheet pan.
Use a skillet to melt the last tablespoon of butter or oil and then add the potatoes and pan fry, using a spatula to stir until the mixture becomes hot, crisp and brown, this should take about three minutes. Use the pepper and salt for seasoning. Move the potatoes over to a sheet pan with the brisket and make sure to keep everything warm.
Again, use the skillet to warm up the tortillas on each side for thirty seconds. You may also choose to use a grill if you prefer. Transfer the sheet pan you set aside earlier with the potatoes and brisket. You’ll likely need a pair of tablespoons of fat in the brisket so the eggs fry properly. If there is enough butter/oil in the skillet, use medium-high heat or add another two tablespoons of butter. Once the fat begins to sizzle, crack the eggs in and then fry until the eggs are to your liking (i.e.: scrambled, over easy).
To make the tacos, spread about a quarter of the refried beans on a tortilla and then top it with a slice of the brisket and a quarter of the potatoes. Place an egg on top and use a quarter of scallion greens as sprinkling. Repeat the process for the rest of the tortillas.
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