Introduction: Deep Fried Breakfast Tortilla

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1 large egg and two soft corn tortillas.

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Mix egg, apply to outer ring of one tortilla shell.

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Press other tortilla onto tortilla that had egg wash applied to it. Press down firmly.

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Preheat oven to 325 degrees Fahrenheit. Place tortillas on aluminum foil on center rack. Bake for 12 minutes.

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With small knife, partially separate two baked tortillas shells. This will be necessary because the egg wash acts as a glue when the shells are baked in the oven. You want to form a pocket for your stuffing ingredients.

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Cover bottom of skillet in vegetable oil. Heat over medium heat on stovetop for about 3 minutes.

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Pre-cook the meat you will use for stuffing in microwave for 1 minute on high setting. (In my recipe I used thinly sliced deli ham.)

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Cook remaining beaten egg in microwave for 1 minute on high setting. Scramble cooked eggs with a fork.( I forgot to use a photo of the cooked scrambled eggs).

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Fill tortilla pocket with cheese of your choice. ( in my recipe I used smoked provolone).

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Stuff the tortilla pocket with pre-cooked meat.

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Once tortilla is stuffed with ingredients of your choice, fry in pre- heated oil. Cook until golden brown on both sides.

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Remove cooked , stuffed tortilla pocket from oil and place on a plate lined with paper towels. Gently press towel over entire tortilla to remove excess cooking oil.

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daniya (author)2013-12-19

hmm yummy

tech savvy (author)2013-12-18

Looks good I'll have to try this , Thanks for sharing

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