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Mexican-Style Eggs-In-A-Nest
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Servings: 4
Prep Time: 5 min.
Cook Time: 20 min.
Total: 25 min.

Ingredients
2 cups shredded refrigerated or defrosted frozen hash brown potatoes
  I would try freshly shredded potatoes or squash unless you can find fozen potatoes without any additives
1 cup shredded Cheddar cheese (4 oz.)
1/2 tsp Mexican or taco seasoning
4 eggs
salt and pepper

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Heat oven to 375°F. Combine potatoes and cheese in medium bowl. Sprinkle with seasoning; toss to mix.
Divide mixture evenly among four greased 1-cup ramekins or custard cups; press against bottoms and halfway up sides. Place on baking sheet.
Bake in 375°F oven 10 minutes. Break and slip an egg into each potato nest. Bake until whites are completely set and yolks begin to thicken but are not hard, 10 to 15 minutes longer. Sprinkle with salt and pepper.

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This is my kind of recipe Linda! Thanks for posting it.


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I guess a sauteed egg over a corn thin with some spicy refries would be the same thing, but with the shortage of corn thins, thought this was one that could be adapted. If anyone actually tries this, please post your variations and how it affected you.

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Linda,

Are y'all having issues with the corn thins again?  What about the other company Little Mary recommended?


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YUM! Ill have to try this!

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LP,
Have not tried the one's Little Mary mentioned. Was waiting for the Corn thins to be supplied.
In the meantime been snackin on those plain Sea Salt Chippins. Have to watch them though, easy to eat the whole bag. They are pressed popcorn too, but more oil used to make them crisp so more calories :-(

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I haven't seen those.  This week I had to buy the Wasa sourdough crackers instead of the light rye crisp.  I picked them because they don't have any wheat in them either.  Let me just say that they will be strictly for pizza crust or meatloaf.  They are terrible!  :laughing:

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Linda,

This recipe sounds great and an alternative to another of my favorite breakfast egg dishes Vegetable Omelet Cupcakes: http://boards.letsdolunch.com/boards/ht ... 84#p110484


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What is the shortage of corn thins all about?
I was able to call the Good Food Store in Missoula and they ordered it by the case and gave me 10% off each case of 6.  I ended up getting them for under $3.00 this way.  I hope when I call them tomorrow I can still order them so cheaply.

This recipe sounds wonderful.

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I checked out iHerb and they are 2.99/sleeve. Figured a case of twelve which is what Amazon used to have was 36.00 with free shipping.
That is a bit more than the 29.99/case that Amazon used to have but still worth it.

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I found corn thins on Amazon (actually comes from another company - Red Tag Sale) and the price wasn't really good, but at least I'll have my corn thins. That was 10 days ago. They might come tomorrow. The nearby health food store that I always got them from didn't have any. Hopefully they'll come soon.
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I ordered a case from iHerb on the 19th and it arrived today!! Goodness that was fast! :thumbsup: Any time I think these are too expensive, I remember all of the junk food I used to buy and the cost of that! No contest! lol! :D

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Thats right Sharolyn,less expensive than junk. I am fortunate because the Safeway down the road carries Cornthins and  I go through a lot of them.

Have you made a fried egg sandwich with them yet? They are delish!


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Cameron, I haven't tried an egg sandwich with cornthins! I must do that. My favorite has always been scrambled eggs, with mayo & tomatoes. I think I'll try that very soon! :) Thanks for the suggestion. We no longer have Safeway stores in Texas.  :sad: I used to shop there a lot!

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You're talking about the Mccornthins. They are so good. I make them several days a week. So good.
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