Chinese Dan-Bin Recipe
This is an every-day recipe in Taiwan. Bacon and egg are fried with a tortilla and served with hot sauce. If you are an average picky-eater, you will probably not enjoy. You may use either bacon or ham.
I lived in Taiwan for 2 years and this was my favorite breakfast item there... to make it a little more authentic- dice green onion and mix it in with the egg as well as a tsp of sesame oil, you can serve it with a little rooster sauce on top- you can use any breakfast meet as well... they don't use a corn tortilla, they use a rice tortilla, but they are hard to find... happy breakfasting.
A good fast meal (though I'm not sure what is Taiwanese about it...). I tried it both as-is and with cheddar and sour cream, and it is much better at least with the sour cream. The addition of corn received mixed reviews in my house, but I, personally, liked the texture it added. It could be made even easier by just adding a tablespoon or so of real bacon bits to the egg.
This was one of those recipes that just hit me aside the head...I was not sure what to expect. It really is pretty good, and it is sure easy. I was skeptical about the corn and didnt use it...I added some diced green pepper instead. But after tasting them I think the corn would have been a nice addition, complementing the flavor of the tortilla. I also topped the bacon with cheddar cheese and garlic and herb cream cheese instead of the salsa. This was a good flavor but next time I am sticking to the recipe (while still adding some cheddar). It is easy-breezy and different...mandarin-mex? lol!
A great new way to make eggs, especially if you have extra corn tortillas lying around that you don't know what to do with. I used ham to make these (I obviously had to add a little oil); they had a perfect balance of flavor.
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