poachedeggssalsa

I imaginee folks in the southwest drench their eggs in salsa on a regular basis.  I didn’t attend the egg and salsa flavor-party until much later in life.  We had all sorts of egg dishes when I was growing up, but never anything with so much flavor and heat like salsa.  It seems like such a simple thing, but salsa just wasn’t on our breakfast table.  More and more I have been adding salsa to my breakfasts – spicing things up with salsa on the side… until now.

Recently, the Mister and I attended a holiday food and craft fair.  We sampled everything from fresh peach iced tea, delicious dips, to handmade toffee!  We loved it all, but this El Fuego salsa really hit us in the kisser.  It was so flavorful and fresh, we couldn’t say no and adopted our own container of it to bring home with us.

salsa

Yum.

We really like Eggs in Purgatory in this household, so I figured, why not try to cook eggs in salsa this time around?  Holy mackerel!  I feel like I should have been doing this since the day I learned how to toast a piece of bread.  This meal is so easy, it seems impossible that it tastes so good.  But it does.  And that’s the miracle that cooking is sometimes.  Because the eggs turn out perfectly and we used such a flavorful salsa, I would even serve this as a nice brunch for guests.  Heck, it makes a great weeknight meal too.

Now the key here is to get some pow-kisser salsa.  I’m not necessarily talking heat here.  I’m talking freshness and flavor.  You really don’t want to have a bland salsa.  So find your favorite salsa, add some eggs and enjoy!

Poached Eggs in Salsa

Rating: 51

Cook Time: 20 minutes

Total Time: 20 minutes

Yields: Serves 4

Poached Eggs in Salsa

Ingredients

  • 1 jar of your favorite salsa (our favorite has black beans and corn in it too)
  • 4 eggs
  • Toast or warm tortillas, for serving

Directions

  1. Heat salsa in a shallow pan over medium heat until it simmers. Make four indentations in the salsa.
  2. Crack the eggs one by one in the indentations. Reduce the heat to low and cover with a tight-fitting lid.
  3. Once the eggs are done cooking, add an egg and a spoonful or two of the tomato sauce into a bowl. Serve hot with toast or warm tortillas.
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2 Responses to Poached Eggs in Salsa

  1. This is a really awesome post-Thanksgiving detox meal… you’ve got some straight up protein with some salsa heat to free one’s blood from that gravy-like consistency and get it moving a little faster :)

    • Miss McBooty says:

      I like that game plan! Stuff ourselves full of taters, gravy and sweet slices of pie, then eat this meal for breakfast tomorrow morning. Maybe with a detox smoothie to wash it all down too. Cheers and happy Gobble day to you Matt!

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