Chorizo Eggs

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I REALLY need to get paperwork done today. No excuses. But… I got some great feedback from a photographer friend, Logan Drake (Thank you Logan!), on my photos for yesterday’s post. So, to try things out (and avoid doing the paperwork), I took shots of today’s breakfast: Chorizo eggs. It was delish, if not a bit cold by the time I took various photographs. Alas, photos have been taken, meal consumed, dishes done, dog walked, e-mail checked, laundry put in the washer, toilets cleaned so I guess I have to do paperwork… Enjoy the eggs!

Chorizo Eggs

Recipe courtesy The Canuck Chef

Yield: 4 servings

6 oz Soy Chorizo (I use Trader Joes)

9 large eggs

¼ cup milk

Kosher salt and pepper to taste

¼ lb Gruyere cheese, cut into ¼” chunks

Buttered toast and jam

Remove the chorizo from the casing and fry in a sauté pan set over medium low heat for 5 minutes. Whilst the chorizo is frying, crack the eggs into a bowl. Add the milk and salt and pepper to taste. Beat with a fork until all combined. Add to the chorizo along with the cheese. Stir to scramble the eggs until soft curdles form. Remove from heat and serve with buttered toast and jam.

2 thoughts

  1. I was picking up my adorable poochon, Von in Menlo Park this morning after his grooming at Bow Wow (a wonderful pet grooming establishment that also sells pet supplies). Wow, there was Trader Joe’s! I stopped in to pick up a few supplies including Trader Joe’s Soy Chorizo. Got home, gave the pooch some hip and joint treats and made some chorizo eggs for lunch. Wonderful! A little soy chorizo goes a long way.

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