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The Breakfast Taco Book

The Breakfast Taco Book The Breakfast Taco Book is packed with everything you need to know about breakfast tacos including how to make them at home Recipes cover everything from how to make your own tortillas and salsa to a

  • Title: The Breakfast Taco Book
  • Author: Hilah Johnson
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 264
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • The Breakfast Taco Book is packed with everything you need to know about breakfast tacos including how to make them at home Recipes cover everything from how to make your own tortillas and salsa to a wide variety of taco guts Bacon, Eggs, Home Fries, Chorizo, Nopalitos we ve got you covered Quote from listing at

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    1. I have a lot of cookbooks both actual and e, well over 100 I'd say. It's rare that I read one cover to cover though, as I did with this. Coming from Australia and having never visited Mexico or the US my experience with Mexican cuisine is relatively limited. This book provides a solid foundation on breakfast tacos and salsas right down to a couple of easy flour and corn tortilla recipes. Now if only I could buy me some masa in Japan The links to video tutorials and other stuff online already see [...]

    2. Tortilla tips (loc 94)Salsa verde (loc 133)Salsa negra (loc 142)Pico de gallo (also a sauce) (loc 152)Salsa Roja ("salsa-salsa") (loc 162)Five Musketeers of Breakfast Tacos: (eggs, potatoes, bacon, beans, chorizo. Also can add nopalitos and migas) (loc 175)-"So pick two or three of the Five Musketeers, put them in a tortilla, add some cheese and salsa, sit back, and enjoy, knowing the love of a good taco is right there with you."-Scrambled eggs, "home fries" (Pryz's "breakfast potatoes"), bacon, [...]

    3. My family loves tortillas with everything. I've even had to come up with a sweeter flavor for their Dessert Tacos, so this book is a perfect fit for my home. There are quite a few recipes that I hadn't even thought of yet (LOL). And, some great seasoning ideas as well. My only disappointment is that she uses all store bought tortillas and has no recipe for homemade tortillas at all! Oh well, ya can't always have everything and this book does well using any tortilla you want to use, so don't let [...]

    4. Very Enjoyable and Delicious Recipes.Book did not disappoint and I will look for other books by this author. It was a great read and a fun journey in making the perfect breakfast taco. There are nice pictures of most of the recipes and there are many video links where Hilah demonstrates how to prepare that recipe. Watch the video on how to properly scramble an egg - my family noticed the difference immediately.

    5. The writing was amusing. On a practical level there wasn't much though. I thought the author was packing stuff in to make the book longer. I didn't think the other food reviewers added anything to what the author said. The last guy's comments were over the top and made the book end with a wimper and a sigh. Otherwise, subtract the other critics reviews, and the book would have been light but great.

    6. There's not a lot to this little book, though it covers the basics and has good instructions, including links to little how-to videos. While I am a long-time lover of breakfast burritos, I am open (sorry about the pun) to being swayed toward breakfast tacos. I appreciate the info on how to mix up our own chorizo (sausage) and introducing us to "miga". We'll definitely try those and the salsa recipes, too.

    7. This book offers some light reading on everything you'd want to know about breakfast tacos, and how some Texans passionately defend the difference between a breakfast taco and a breakfast burritoSome very doable recipes are included to complete the breakfast taco experience

    8. Funny with must have recipes!Very funny book with good recipes. Although I'll overlook that she uses jalapeños instead of Serranos in her pico de gallo. Also has a nice romp of the good places in Austin to eat tacos.

    9. Mixed with regional bias and some raw humor, this is an incredible cookbook which will leave you rushing to find your eggs, peppers and tortillas.

    10. This may possibly be the funniest cookbook I have ever read. And there is an interesting recipe for homemade chorizo, so it is a win-win.

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