Weekend Cooking: Breakfast Tacos

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(written by Ria)

I could eat Mexican food for breakfast, lunch and dinner. One weekend morning I was thinking about Mexican food and how much I loved it. I opened the fridge for breakfast and contemplated. . I spied some tortillas and avocados in the fridge and, I had this “light bulb moment” –  “Could I make tacos for my breakfast at home?

You definitely should try breakfast tacos at home. This dish is more of an assembling operation than a cooking operation. You can throw anything into this taco. These are the ingredients that I put in my special breakfast taco.

Ingredients

  • Avocado
  • Pico de gallo/Salsa Verde (store bought or homemade)
  • Soft boiled egg
  • Ham
  • Beans
  • Cheese
  • Tortilla
  • Lemon/Lime/Salt/Pepper/Paprika

Method

There is no method!! There is just you, your taste buds and your imagination!

Links for other breakfast taco recipes

 

 

Kids in the Kitchen: 5 minute Crispy Kale

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Kids can make this from start to finish. Check out Matteo’s video review below 🙂

We’re a little bit addicted to this super fast and super easy stovetop “grilled” kale. Breakfast, lunch, dinner or snack…. we’ll eat this anytime!

It’s similar to oven roasted kale chips (although here you get a pleasing mixture of crispy and softer, sautéed bits), but sooooomuch faster because there’s no need to heat the oven up. Since we first started making kale this way a few months ago, we’ve been making it at least a few times a week and the kids are able to make it from start to finish. 🙂

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Cooking Up Kindness & Raising more than $10,000 for the International Rescue Committee

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Big, big news from A Little Yumminess! We are incredibly thrilled that our inaugural “A Little Kindness” community fundraising dinner exceeded our wildest expectations, raising $10,600 for critical work that the International Rescue Committee  (IRC) is doing to help refugees here in the Bay Area and around the world. This cause is so very near and dear to our hearts and we believe strongly in the mission of the IRC. We urge you to visit their website and learn more!

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Signature Dish

Signature Risotto

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It’s pretty cool to have a signature dish and for my kids that means risotto. They never seem to tire of making or eating it. Here they are last night collaborating on a super cozy version with Italian sausage, peas, parmesan and cheddar cheese finished with lemon zest, fresh parsley and drizzle of good olive oil! They decided on the flavors and then totally surprised me by needing very little help aside from my hanging around to serve as safety monitor (this mind you is after a dozen or so attempts where they were able to do more and more each time.). It’s been a nice strategy for them to focus on just one dish and really figure it out… and a pretty great feeling  for me to stand back and watch my little people knock out this killer meal.

What are your family’s signature dishes?