For the salsa Scoop the onion into a strainer and rinse under cold water. Shake off as much water as possible, then transfer to a small bowl and stir in the tomatoes, chile and lime juice. Add the cilantro and season with salt, usually about 1/2 teaspoon, and it's ready.
For the eggs Beat the eggs with salt, just enough to combine the whites and yolks. Add them to the skillet and scramble until they are as done as you like. Taste for salt, then scoop them into warm corn tortillas, garnish with cilantro and serve right away with the salsa.
Would one ideally leave the seeds and slime in the tomatoes, or remove them for this recipe? I find leaving the seeds in will make my salsas too watery sometimes.
We leave them in, but if you prefer to take them out that is okay too. 🙂
Really enjoy your show everyday. I live alone now so I have to cook for myself.
I lived in Mexico for a couple of years with my Mexican family.
I really enjoy watching your show. There are a lot of Mexicans in the Bronx so that is interesting but I wish they were more honest, but they were not honest in Acapulco either.
So what do I expect when they are here. I really enjoy you speaking about the different cultural differences too especially because I just lived in Acapulco the time I was there. Barra Vieja a beach restaurant village.
The history is so interesting and a long history too.
Mexico is so different and so sorry they have so many problems though.
I am a retired musician composer and published 26 books that my yoga teacher wrote.
I see you do yoga. But not a subject one can really speak about. It is so nice that I know about you I might be coming to Chicago in July for my daughters live there.
I’m in love with you. I watch your show always and love what you cook. But more than that you must be a very nice person. Actaully I’m going to my brother’s and am going to prepare breakfast for them . The one you did with eggs and pico de gallo, of sorts, and tortillas. Oh, and yes, and kir royals.(sp).
am i crazy or did you forget to leave out what to do with the habeneros in the instructions?
“transfer to a small bowl and stir in the tomatoes, ‘chile’ and lime juice.”