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This will impress anybody who tries it.
Start with two onions chopped into 1/4 inch sections and 1/2 stick real butter in a large pan. Must have lid for pan.
Now cut 6 golden potatoes into 1/4 inch pieces. This is where knife skills come into play. Cut length wise into 1/4 slices and assemble into two half's. Now cut 1/4 inch french fries and rotate to cut 1/4 inch cubes. Add to pan and mix well. Take lid and put some water in it and pour into pan. Cover and let steam for about 15 minutes. While that is working scramble 6 eggs and cut 6 slices of precooked bacon into 1/4 inch pieces. Check potatoes to see if they are soft and if so remove lid and fold often.
Add bacon and a nice ribbon of Srirachi to add heat. Stir many times and then when water is gone add eggs and fold often.
Turn off heat once eggs are cooked and add a generous amount of shredded Mexican cheese. (Taco Cheese)

Take flour tortillas and microwave for 20 seconds and put mix in center. A nice dollop of sour cream on top and fold closed.

Yea, you will like it allot and so will every body else. Can be made up to the cheese and reheated on the back of a pickup truck in the surf n sand and served to hungry fisherman.

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Mike, What is srirachi?
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OH no you have never had the chile sauce that comes with a rooster on the front? Very popular in many dishes.
Ok here is simple yet fantastic way to get hooked on this spicy sauce.

Get one of those roasted chickens at the grocery store.. the cheap ones that are hot in container.
Pick all the meat of and shred the chicken into little strips. No skin.
Mixed with this:
1 bunch cilantro, stems included (Cilantro stems are tender and flavorful, so use them! Waste not want not!)
1/2 cup nonfat Greek yogurt (more if you like it really thick and creamy)
1 T lime juice
salt to taste
generous amount of sriracha to taste.

Serve in sandwich.

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OH no you have never had the chile sauce that comes with a rooster on the front? Very popular in many dishes.
Ok here is simple yet fantastic way to get hooked on this spicy sauce.

Get one of those roasted chickens at the grocery store.. the cheap ones that are hot in container.
Pick all the meat of and shred the chicken into little strips. No skin.
Mixed with this:
1 bunch cilantro, stems included (Cilantro stems are tender and flavorful, so use them! Waste not want not!)
1/2 cup nonfat Greek yogurt (more if you like it really thick and creamy)
1 T lime juice
salt to taste
generous amount of sriracha to taste.

Serve in sandwich.

Capt Mike
This sounds fantastic!
I read an article about sriracha which said it tastes like exclamation points, I have to agree.
 
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