While I was looking into queso fundido for my chorizo queso fundido I came across an idea that nearly floored me, a breakfast queso fundido! Yes, that’s right, a hot melted cheese dip for breakfast! I hardly needed an excuse to make it! What makes this a breakfast queso fundido is that it is full of chorizo sausage and scrambled eggs which would make for a great breakfast all by themselves let alone in a hot melted cheese dip! In addition to the chorizo, scrambled eggs and cheese this queso fundido is filled out with some onions, garlic, tomato and a jalapeno for some extra heat! I have to admit that I was a little bit concerned about how scrambled eggs would work in a dip like this but they were a natural fit and they made for one amazingly tasty breakfast! This breakfast queso fundido would be the perfect way to start off the big game day right!
Let them have hot melted cheese dip for breakfast!
Get you dip scooping hand into shape by training it at breakfast!
Breakfast Queso Fundido
A hot melted cheese dip with scrambled eggs and spicy chorizo sausage that is perfect for breakfast!
- 1/2 pound chorizo, casings removed
- 1 small onion, diced
- 1 jalapeno, seeded and diced
- 1 tomato, seeded and diced
- 1 clove garlic, chopped
- 4 eggs, lightly beaten
- 8 ounces Monterey Jack cheese, shredded
- 2 tablespoon cilantro, chopped
- Cook the chorizo in a pan over medium heat, breaking it apart as you go, about 5-7 minutes.
- Add the onion, jalapeno and tomato and cook until the onions are tender, about 5-7 minutes.
- Add the garlic and cook until tender, about a minute.
- Add the eggs and cook scrambled style until just about set, about 2-3 minutes.
- Sprinkle on the cheese and cook, stirring, until it melts, about 2-3 minutes.
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What an awesome idea. I am all about breakfast…I usually eat scrambled eggs for lunch, actually. I'll certainly be trying this – yum!
The Duo Dishes says
Wonder if there is a way to eat this with mini biscuits… 🙂
The Short (dis)Order Cook says
Love it. A breakfast chips and dip.
Michelle @ Brown Eyed Baker says
I'm a bad breakfast eater, but THIS I can get behind!
I'll take any chance to eat a cheesy dip, so a breakfast dip sounds ideal in so many ways to me!
Oh god, yum. what a great idea!
[email protected] is How I Cook says
If you put the tortilla chips in the dip you have mijas! You look so skinny in your picture. How do you do it?
I like the way you think! I have an egg, in some form, every breakfast (recently I've been all about the stir fried veg & rice with a chopped up omelet on top and some sweet chilli sauce…). But now I see what my breakfast has been missing. CHEESE!!!!! Trying this tomorrow, I think. Thanks!
OBSESSED with queso fundido!! I would give my left arm for some of this right now!
Love this savory breakfast!
Now this is a protein packed delicious looking breakfast Kevin!
A SPICY PERSPECTIVE says
Oh my goodness, it looks amazing!
Georgia | The Comfort of Cooking says
This type of thing is huge here in Austin, and I'd love to try and make it for myself at home! Thanks for the inspiration, Kevin!
Julie @ Table for Two says
What an awesome idea to have this for breakfast!! Ahh, I'd totally wake up every morning at 6am if I knew this would be in front of me! haha 🙂
[email protected] says
Wow…I love this. Definitely delicious if serve with bread. But maybe can make it into pizza topping too. 🙂
First time here, and oh, if this doesn't look amazing!
Marian (Sweetopia) says
Looks so delicious! Don't think I need an excuse to make this one either!
I made this dish this weekend. It was AMAZING. I added a few more eggs, and less cheese (to make it more like a mexican scramble)…. SO YUMMY!!!
Jerry (Chile Pepper) says
I have been trying to cut back on my carbs, this looks great to do it.
This sounds great but I have to call you out for misleading people with your picture. Cooking uncased chorizo creates vast amounts of orange oil. It would have turned everything orange. There is no way to have it look that way without draining the oil. If you did drain, you left that step out.