--Tailgatin' and how to make mofos start playa hatin' (Recipes)
I gave you the place to go eat if your looking to kill that hangover from last night. But I know that HK isn't accessible to everyone so I am going to give you the ultimate hangover cure you can cook at home. Its pretty damn easy too so anyone can do it. We all know you need a good helping of grease to soak it all up and this recipe is no exception to that rule. One of my favorite sandwiches for breakfast or anytime for that matter is a chorizo, egg and cheese on an English muffin. This will help you feel much, much better. Happy Holidays.
Chorizo-Egg & cheese breakfast sandwich (serve with potato/hash browns)
1 package of Mexican chorizo (two tubes per package)
Note: This is enough for four people but its always good to make your chorizo mixture at once and put the leftovers in the fridge.
1 green/red/yellow pepper chopped and diced (1 total of any variety)
1 Spanish onion chopped and diced (any onion will do though)
1-2 jalapeno chopped and diced
2 cloves of garlic chopped and diced
slices of American cheese
1) Sautee the onion/pepper/garlic mixture with your two tubes of chorizo in a pan and break down the chroizo as it cooks. Cook for 15-20 stirring every few and making sure the chorizo is well broken down so its like a ground beef taco mixture. Its done when the chorizo is getting crispy and nicely browned. Let sit when done and place your mixture into a bowl.
chorizo mixture cooking away
2) Toast your English muffin to desired doneness and let it sit when it pops out of the toaster so you can cook your egg.
3) Cook your egg sunny side up on the same pan you used to cook the chorizo and place a slice of cheese on top and build your sandwich accordingly.
Take two of these in the morning and thank me later
Soak it all up
Note: You can also make these with scrambled eggs and some cheese mixed in. I also will usually buy some of those fresh hash browns from the grocery store and make those on the same pan as the chorizo according to the instructions but I always cook them longer so that they are nice and crispy and top them with hot sauce and cheese. Have the ingredients for this in your fridge on January 1st if you want to kill that NYE hangover.