• Prep Time: 15 mins
  • Total Time: 35 mins
  • Servings: 2
  • About This Recipe

    “A favorite Tex-Mex breakfast. Serve with sausage or chorizo, refried beans, and warmed corn tortillas, if desired.”


  • 2teaspoonsbutter
  • 4eggs, lightly beaten
  • 2dashesTabasco sauce
  • 2teaspoonsonions, chopped
  • 1/2 cupcheddar cheese, grated
  • 2teaspoonsgreen peppers, chopped
  • tostados, crumbled
  • Directions

  • Melt butter in large skillet.
  • Add Tabasco into eggs and pour into skillet.
  • Add onion and green pepper.
  • Stir.
  • When eggs are almost set, add cheese.
  • Turn heat to lowest setting, add tostados and finish cooking.
  • Reviews

  • “Delicious, different way to prepare eggs.This was a snap to prepare and tasted great.Notes: I chose to briefly saute the onions and pepeprs in the butter first for about 1-2 minutes before ading the eggs and also used 4 large plain tortilla chips, crumbled for the crumbled tostadas part- I felt this was the perfect amount.”

  • “Easy and tasty!This was very quick to prepare and had lots of flavor and crunch.Thanks for sharing!”

  • “Yum!Never heard of these before, but came across them for a brunch menu!VERY easy to make and the crumbled tostados are an amazing addition!I made mine omelet style and it was a huge hit!Thanks for posting!”

  • “Lovely easy tasty egg recipe.Instead of crumbling the Tostado shell I chose to serve the eggs in it.I used white cheddar, not as colorful but stillvery tasty.I added a chopped Jalapeno pepper and omitted the tabasco sauce.Thanks Miss Annie for making my Sunday Brunch so enjoyable”

  • “I only recently became aware of Migas and went in search of a recipe. This was wonderful! I only had to make a few small changes…like the previous reviewer I also sauteed the veggies first, and since I had no tostadas I also sauteed some torn-up corn tortillas with the veggies. We didn’t have Tabasco but 2 Tbsp of salsa worked just as well. I served these with salsa and sour cream; even the kids went crazy over them. They thought it would also make a good filling for breakfast burritos.Thanks so much for posting this TexMex treat!”