Ever have one too many cocktails or glasses of wine and find yourself with a case of the munchies? Life hack: keep Siete Foods grain-free chips in the house for these emergencies. Guilt-free pig out! :-P
But anyway, I eat Siete Foods tortillas and chips daily in one way or another. I think I might even go as far as to say that this is one of my favorite homemade alternatives thus far. I love going to an amazing brunch spot and ordering chilaquiles, but since it's a pretty heavy dish this doesn't happen that often. Thanks to Siete Foods, I made my own version at home with all the healthy alternatives!
-1 egg, cooked over-easy
-Better Bean Co black beans
-2 tbsp. diced red onion
-1/2 tsp onion powder
-1/2 tsp cayenne pepper
-1/4 cup fresh salsa
-1/2 jalapeno, sliced
-2 tbsp. cilantro
-10-15 Siete Nacho grain-free tortilla chips
-1/4 cup Siggi's plain Greek yogurt
-Vegan cheese (optional)
Instructions: So while the egg was cookin on the griddle... I made the guac. Mash the avo and mix it up with the diced onion, cayenne pepp and onion powder. When the egg is almost done, throw some Siete Foods grain-free chips on the stove top, too, with coconut or avocado oil until they look a little toasted and browned. Throw the chips on a plate and pour salsa over them (I used store bought from Whole Foods because I like to be crafty, but I'm also a busy lady). Plop the egg right over the chips and salsa, sprinkle with jalepnos and greek yogurt, which is replacing sour cream. Put a dollop of Better Bean Co black beans and your guac on the side (with optional vegan cheese sprinkled over). Sprinkle cilantro and voila! Served here with a bulletproof coffee and 1/2 grapefruit with a little coconut sugar because I've been on a grapefruit kick. Enjoy the guilt-free crunch this weekend, y'all!!
MS, RDN, LDN