How to make your own Mexican breakfast

Here are some tips on how to make the perfect Mexican breakfast: 1.

Mix it up.

In my experience, the best Mexican breakfast comes with just one or two ingredients.

This makes the dish a bit easier to cook, but you’ll have to adjust the ingredients to your liking.

The key to making the perfect breakfast is making sure you mix up the ingredients, like eggs, butter, sour cream, cheese, beans, rice, beans-like, or whatever you’re craving.2.

Use a blender.

If you can, mix up your ingredients using a blender for a creamy, smooth, and chewy breakfast.3.

Add a dash of sugar.

Add sugar to the mix if you like, but don’t overdo it.

If your ingredients are too sweet, add a splash of honey, or if you want to make it more savory, add some chopped green onions, jalapenos, or some shredded cheese.4.

Stir it up!

I use a whisk to stir the eggs, but it’s okay if it’s just a bit too hot or cold for your taste.5.

Add beans-Like!

Beans are an essential part of Mexican cuisine, but I find that they’re best served with a drizzle of chili sauce or a sprinkle of cilantro.

Try adding in a dash or two of diced fresh cilantro, fresh jalapeños, chopped onions, and chopped jalopenos for an extra boost of flavor.6.

Use an immersion blender.

This one is my favorite because it’s super quick and convenient.

Just set the immersion blender in the microwave and get cooking.

Just remember to keep the water at an internal temperature of at least 170 degrees Fahrenheit to prevent the eggs from sticking to the bottom.7.

Use your favorite blender.

You can also use a handheld blender, but the results are going to be much better.

Make sure to heat the water to a simmer so that the eggs and cheese melt together.8.

Stir your mixture until it’s nice and smooth.

Add in a splash or two more of sour cream if you prefer, and stir it all up until you get the right consistency.9.


You’ll probably be asking yourself, “What if I want more?”

But I’ve found that it’s best to eat a couple eggs, a slice of toast, a cup of guacamole, and some salsa to get you started.

I don’t have much left over for breakfast, so I usually add some more eggs, toast, or a little more guac.10.

Take the picture!

You could use any picture you like to show your family and friends, but here’s one that makes me want to take a picture of me.

I love how my mom and dad look at the picture, and they’re all looking at me like, “Oh my god!

It’s me, the guy from the restaurant!”