But this morning was different, I had found a recipe on Pioneer Woman for Huevos Ree-os and Basic Breakfast Potatoes and it looked good, except for one thing....it required making an over-easy egg. So I sucked it up and made it, and you know what??? Fried Over-Easy Eggs are delicious!!!! It was so yummy and I really enjoyed it! It made me feel like a totally ninny for wasting all these years on scrambled eggs. Now my breakfast menu variety had doubled, if not tripled! Ask my mom, eating an over-easy egg is a big deal for me. She can back me up.
But anyways, you aren't here to read about my issues, you are here for the food!
This is what you need for Fiesta Eggs and Potatoes (for 2 people)....
-8 to 10 Petite Golden Potatoes or 4 Large Red Potatoes
-1/4 Bell Pepper (Green or Red)-chopped
-1 tbsp Olive Oil
-1 tbsp Butter
-Salt and Pepper to taste
-1 tsp Alpine Touch or any other Seasoning Mix of your choice
First you need to boil the potatoes until they are fork tender and then cut them into 1 in. cubes.
-4 tbsp Salsa
-1/3 cup Shredded Colby Jack Cheese
-1 tbsp Butter
Over Medium-Low Heat, melt 1 tbsp of butter in your skillet. Once it is all melted you can crack open your eggs onto the skillet/pan and let the first side cook until it is "flippable." Once you flip over your eggs, place about 1 tbsp of Salsa on each egg and sprinkle the shredded Colby Jack Cheese on top of the salsa.
Let the cheese melt and the egg cook to your desired yolk consistency and then your Fiesta Eggs are ready for you to eat!