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Yucatan Breakfast Enchiladas

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I still had some Cochinita Pibil so I wanted to make some enchiladas that might have a Yucatan flavor to them. I googled Yucatan Enchiladas and did some web surfing and found that they use soft boiled egg in their enchiladas so I made breakfast enchiladas with soft boiled eggs. First I made a Verde sauce so here are the ingredients:

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And now on the kamado. (I had some red bell peppers I wanted roasted. They are not part of the sauce)

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Boiling the eggs with an ice bath next to it to cool them off.

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I keep the blender right next to the kamado to drop in the veggies as they get done.

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Skinned and seeded the jalapenos.

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Took some diced potatoes, slivered red onion, black beans, and Cochinita Pibil and heated this up in a skillet.

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Cooked up some potatoes.

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I took some of the Verde sauce and blended in some avocado to may a creamy Verde sauce for a topping. (Another thing they apparently do in the Yucatan)

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Here the enchilada filling with the eggs mixed in.

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Rolling up the enchiladas.

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Now on the pre-heated kamado at 300 degrees for 10 minutes.

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Here they are plated with the potatoes, some frijoles and a Mimosa.

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Money Shot.

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Yum! :)

Thanks for looking.

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Wow, DH, those are some great looking enchiladas. Just love those Yucatan flavors. There was a little Yucatan place that took over a vacated donut shop and turned it into a nice little restaurant in our Cali neighborhood. Love that food, and your rendition looks just like what I remember. That little place made a great habinaro salsa they called "Nose of the Dog" because it was so hot it made your nose wet. Fine cook, Sir. 

 

Your cook, made me think of that little place and the salsa. Interested, I looked it up. This recipe seems to be like what I remember. Pretty hot stuff but extremely flavorful. 

 

http://www.bigoven.com/recipe/dogs-nose-salsa-xni-pec/2000

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WOWZERS!  Husker - that is yet another beautiful cook.   :congrats:  :good:  :good:  About the time I think "How is Husker gonna top that last cook", BOOM!  You do it!  

 

I'm still saying you and JRowe need to put together a cook book.  I'm dead dadgummed serious.  

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