Having the same for breakfast in the morning can get repetitive. We have so many available options and still many times I know many friends that fail to make the same all over again. As much as I can, I try to switch things up and make fun and packed with flavor breakfast like these ultimate breakfast tacos.
What makes an ultimate breakfast taco? Well it’s simply having all your favorite breakfast items between a soft tortilla. For me the sweet flavor of sweet potatoes and the saltiness and bold flavors of Spanish chorizo, makes the best breakfast hash. Adding a crispy fried egg and cheese on top is what seals the deal and what I call the best breakfast ever. So now picture all of that inside a taco boat. But not just any taco boat, a whole wheat taco boat. Doesn’t that make things even better? Oh yes it does!
As much as I like to play with flavors and indulge with my favorite foods, I also try to always include good choices and make my meals wholesome. Having the option to use whole wheat taco boats have been life changing and I love the layer of taste it actually adds to this taco.
To assemble, add a good layer of shredded pepper jack cheese to the bottom of the whole wheat taco boats and fill the rest with the chorizo and sweet potato hash.
Crown it all with a beautiful crispy fried egg cooked to your liking.
- 6 oz Spanish chorizo, small diced
- 1 small yellow onion, small diced
- 2 large sweet potatoes, peeled and small diced
- ½ teaspoon cumin
- 1 cup pepper jack cheese, grated
- 1 package (8 count) Old El Paso™ whole wheat taco boats
- 8 eggs, fried
- Add sweet potatoes to salted boiling water and cover. Cook them until just slightly tender. Drain and set aside.
- Meanwhile cook the chorizo on a frying skillet over medium high heat and as the oil from the chorizo comes out add the onions and stir cooking together until the chorizo is warm all around and onions start turning translucent.
- Add the sweet potatoes to the frying skillet and stir so the juices from the chorizo cover the sweet potatoes and all the flavors get combined. Bring down the heat to medium low and keep cooking until sweet potatoes are fully tender to your liking.
- Assemble the tacos by adding a good layer of the shredded pepper jack cheese to the bottom of the whole wheat taco boats. Fill the rest with the chorizo and sweet potato hash, and top with a fried egg.
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