Just let this happen.
We really just need to… we really need to just let this happen.
Put an egg on absolutely anything and call it breakfast. That means that putting an egg on top of this melty mixture of warm corn chips, cheese, black beans, fresh corn and salsa is totally a legit breakfast.
It’s like a breakfast burrito, but more crunchy. It’s like breakfast tacos, but more crunchy. It’s like eggs over easy, on top of a crazy amount of crunchy chips. I promise that this breakfast will inspire at least 14 minutes of absolute breakfast table silence… aside from the crunching (you totally knew I was going to say that).
You don’t need me to tell you how to make nachos. You know that you pretty much have this one covered.
I used chips (naturally), drained black beans, shredded cheese, some leftover shredded beef, and an ear of corn.
Slice the corn from the cob (getting it all over your kitchen counter… it’s just the way things go). Grab the salsa… let’s do this!
Pile everything delicious onto the chips. It’s art.
I cook the eggs separately, and save the fresh avocado and salsa for topping.
What’s that? You want sour cream? Well, why not! Go for it!
Fried eggs, cooked up in a skillet, top these fresh-from-the-oven nachos. Throw on the salsa, avocado, and anything else that makes you happy. You might consider hot sauce, green onions, or pickled jalapeno. Don’t let em get cold. Get on in there.
If feels silly to write a recipe for nachos. It’s more about how hungry you are, and how much you feel like sharing. Here are the essentials:
Corn tortilla chips
Sharp cheddar cheese and/or jack cheese, shredded
One can drained black or pinto beans
Shredded chicken or beef
Fresh corn sliced from the cob
Sliced ripe avocado
Eggs over easy.
Preheat oven to 375 degrees F. Line a baking sheet with parchment paper for easy clean-up. Layer corn chips across the pan. Sprinkle over cheese, beans, meat, and fresh corn. Place in the oven and heat through until everything is warm and cheese is melted, about 7 minutes. While nachos are in the oven, cook eggs, over easy, in a nonstick pan. When nachos are melted and still warm, slide eggs onto nachos. Top with salsa and avocado. Serve immediately.
I am always looking for ways to get more veggies in for breakfast. This looks like a great option. Nachos for breakfast?! Yes please! I’ve seen a sort of similar recipe that substituted potato wedges for chips. I wonder if that would work here.
Great spin on huevos rancheros!! I love that you took the corn right off the cob instead of using canned corn. This would make for a quick and delicious brunch!
Oh my goodness, I think I may have fallen in love a little bit. I’ve never considered making breakfast nachos but I’m definitely putting this on my to-do list now. Drool.
lyndsay // coco cake land
to this i say, WHY NOT!!! nacho bad at all! definitely exactly like a breakfasty burrito but with a delightful crunch. you always seem to be making what i’m craving, joy!