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Tender, hearty chilaquiles: like breakfast nachos you won't feel guilty about eating!

Fourth-generation Texan Jessica Dupuy penned a culinary ode to her home state’s many food cultures, all alive and well. Whether it’s schnitzel, barbecue or something with a little more Mexican heritage, like this addictive chilaquiles recipe, you can be sure you’re eating authentic heritage Texas chow.  

The only thing complicated about chilaquiles is its name. Pronounced “chill-ay-kee-us,” this breakfast casserole is similar in flavor to tacos or nachos. The fried egg on top makes it even more delicious.

Reprinted with permission from United Tastes of Texas