A Southwestern New Mexico inspired breakfast burrito smothered in Hatch Green Chili. A Breakfast Burrito championed. Where do you go to get the best breakfast burrito ever? Oddly enough a couple of the best I’ve had were at golf courses here in Denver. And they both were made with Italian Sausage, eggs, potatoes and cheese.
Easy Cheesy and Chile, this noodle Mexican Breakfast Casserole is easy to throw together and most certainly a crowd pleaser.
An easy and somewhat healthy breakfast. Open face breakfast sandwich with smashed avocado.
Pork sausage and plums are glazed with a combination of Sandhill plum and orange juice and grilled. Served alongside country fried potatoes topped with a sunny side up egg and you got a delicious and quick breakfast.
Tender young asparagus cooked in butter and olive oil and topped with poached eggs. Sided with a toasted English Muffin with homemade raspberry jam and you’ve got a beautiful Spring breakfast.
Two bunches of chard that I brought home from the market came alive after a sauté in olive oil and seasonings. Earthy with smoked paprika, sultry with cumin, lively with red pepper flakes & chili powder. A sunny side up egg alongside made for a great breakfast.
Using ground turkey and a stellar line up of spices, you’ll hardly miss the pork sausage for your next breakfast sandwich. The patties stay nice and moist, have a solid texture after cooking, and the flavor is perfect for topping with soft creamy scrambled or fried eggs.
Twice baked potatoes are such a treat as a side dish for dinner, but have you ever thought about them for breakfast? How about a poached egg snuggled into the top of a light, fluffy and buttery twice baked potato and then topped with some melted cheddar cheese? And with a side of sausage
Poached eggs in white wine. Served over toast and smashed avocado or a thin sliced and seared sirloin steak. A unique breakfast.
Got some left over rotisserie chicken? Here’s what to do with it…make some Chicken Chile Hash, the dish isn’t just reserved for corned beef after all. Hash is most well known for partnering with corned beef for a way to use up potatoes and a left over corned beef brisket. I’ll never forget the first time