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Naked Egg Breakfast Tacos #SundaySupper

At home version of the Taco Bell breakfast taco, sans shell.
Naked Egg Breakfast Tacos

Naked Egg Breakfast Tacos

By Sue Lau | Palatable Pastime

This week for #SundaySupper we are celebrating National Taco Day which falls this Wednesday, October 4th. Yeah,  yeah, yeah. It’s Sunday! Well, it’s not #TacoTuesday either, as if we actually really need a special day to eat tacos. The only time I know I have to keep a special day in mind is when my local taqueria has tacos for a buck each, and if I want to lunch there, it’s a great time to do it.

I also know as a food blogger I have a wealth of taco recipes under my belt. But every girl needs a day off now and then, and as far as lunches go, if you want a taco crispy, that can be tough to brown bag.

While we all love tacos for lunch and Sunday Supper, there is cause to jump for joy and have a taco for breakfast too. So today I am sharing my verion of Taco Bell’s Naked Egg Breakfast taco, which is in fact, an egg taco, but don’t go thinking it’s low carb (I know many of you love that, and sometimes I enjoy it as well) because this taco is not low carb.

There is yet another version of this taco at the restaurant that puts a flour tortilla around the egg, and they call it the “dressed” version. Bill and I sampled one of each not so very long ago on a lark. I liked the naked/plain egg version better. It can be more wobbly than with the flour tortilla, but it holds together and if you aren’t freaked about picking up what is essentially a baby omelet,  then you’ll be fine. It didn’t bother me at all.

Naked Egg Breakfast Tacos
I wasn’t sure exactly what they put in theirs, but I know adding a little flour is okay in an omelet and does give it some body.The Taco Bell site of course, doesn’t really say much. But they don’t say it is gluten free, so that was my clue. Then I came across conversation by someone trying to figure out the carbs in it, and that it contained some sort of food starch, and had the carb count on the taco. From that I figured it definitely had an added ingredient in the egg, and instead of using food starch or corn starch/potato starch, I just used flour.

I  know these come with your choice of meats, but I just used bacon. You can, of course, fill yours with whatever  you like. Nothing at all wrong with cooking off some breakfast sausage, stealing a little bit for your taco then saving the rest for use in sausage gravy.

Tomorrow starts off Pumpkin Week, so be sure to join me for those posts. I have  Pumpkin Stew with  Chicken and Black Beans to start things off. I won’t inundate you with pumpkin spice, I promise. I have only two baked goods: Pumpkin Chip cookies on Thursday which someone asked me if I put crack in, and Old-Fashioned Pumpkin Bread the way I like to make mine, which always got me compliments. And on Friday I will share a version of Thai Pumpkin Curry, because not everything pumpkin has to be a latte, right? C’ya then!

~Sue
Naked Egg Breakfast Tacos

Naked Egg Taco

  • Servings: 1
  • Difficulty: easy
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Naked Egg Breakfast Tacos
Ingredients:

  • 1 egg whisked with 1-1/2 teaspoons flour
  • pinch each cumin, salt and pepper
  • 1-2 tablespoons butter
  • 2 tablespoons crumbled bacon
  • 1/3 cup diced cooked potatoes
  • 2 tablespoons shredded cheddar cheese
  • 2 tablespoons nacho cheese sauce
  • jalapeno slices and pinch chili powder for garnish

Method:

  1. Whisk egg with flour.
  2. Melt butter in a small nonstick skillet and add egg, swirling around the pan over low heat until it sets; turn out onto a plate.
  3. Fill with bacon, potatoes, cheese and cheese sauce. 
  4. Garnish with jalapeno slices and a pinch of chili powder.

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