5-Minute Egg Tacos
Adapted from Heidi Swanson via 101Cookbooks.com
Peel a hard-boiled egg, smash it in a small bowl with a bit of yogurt or drizzle of olive oil. Heat a tortilla by throwing it down directly on a very low burner or gas flame. Flip it once or twice, until it is hot, and blistered a bit. Remove and top with the smashed egg, shredded greens, sprouts, micro greens, or chopped herbs. Add a drizzle of hot sauce or salsa. Done.
Notes/Results: I have a feeling that I will be making these often. So simple and really good. I smashed my eggs with olive oil, garlic salt and freshly-ground black pepper and used a favorite locally-made salsa, locally-grown baby micro-green mix and fresh cilantro. I grilled my taco shells on my gas stove burner and was good to go. Avocado would be nice mixed in too--the stores just didn't have good ones this week. Simple, satisfying, and delicious!
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