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How To Make Mexican Chilaquiles | Hilah Cooking

How To Make Mexican Chilaquiles | Hilah Cooking

How to make Chilaquiles – a classic Mexican breakfast – with this easy video recipe! Fried tortilla strips, fresh spicy salsa, and a fried egg on top. New cooking videos every Thursday! Subscribe to be notified when I release a new video!
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Chilaquiles are known throughout Mexico to be the best, most reliable hangover cure that exists (especially when paired with a michelada, wink wink!). They are probably one of the simplest Mexican breakfast recipes around, too. It starts out similar to making migas, with frying some corn tortillas until lightly crispy. Unlike migas, though, chilaquiles require zero chopping as long as you have the salsa already made, which makes it a much safer option in the kitchen for a person who may or may not be so hungover that she (or he) has double-vision and really probably should be at a hospital.
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How To Make Chilaquiles | Hilah Cooking

How to make Chilaquiles - a classic Mexican breakfast - with this easy video recipe! Fried tortilla strips, fresh spicy salsa, and a fried egg on top. New cooking videos every Thursday! Subscribe to be notified when I release a new video! https://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=hilahcooking
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Chilaquiles are known throughout Mexico to be the best, most reliable hangover cure that exists (especially when paired with a michelada, wink wink!). They are probably one of the simplest Mexican breakfast recipes around, too. It starts out similar to making migas, with frying some corn tortillas until lightly crispy. Unlike migas, though, chilaquiles require zero chopping as long as you have the salsa already made, which makes it a much safer option in the kitchen for a person who may or may not be so hungover that she (or he) has double-vision and really probably should be at a hospital.
Check out all my video recipes:
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Hilah Cooking is a short-form, educational web cooking show focused on making cooking FUN! I show you simple, low-cost recipes with a Texas flair. Everything from how to make tortillas, to churros, to how to poach an egg. Basic cooking techniques and delicious home cooking recipes. New videos every Thursday!

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For over 450 video recipes and contact information, visit http://hilahcooking.com

29 Responses to “How To Make Mexican Chilaquiles | Hilah Cooking”

  1. Gigerian says:

    TEX MEX beauty right here!!!

  2. Armando Piña says:

    I am Mexican and this is a great recipe. Since I Don’t like all my
    chilaquiles soggy.

    calmese.

  3. anna dees says:

    lol you funny and adorable i love this .

  4. anna dees says:

    do u like parmesan cheese on eggs scrambled with green tomato diced?

  5. anna dees says:

    true ,paprika is great on eggs

  6. John says:

    Hilah, fry the tortillas in chorizo. YUM

  7. Rastafarian says:

    lol you hilarious

  8. Jodi Paul says:

    Love it!! I like to see different variations of this recipe! We have a big
    hispanic population here in Colorado, yet it is damn near impossible to
    find a good chilaquiles. I’m going to have to just make my own. PS, your
    adorable!! I think I need to adopt you as a sister! LOL

  9. Jesus Gonzalez says:

    Omg she’s hilarious and I love her recipes!!!

  10. AnimeRockerFangirl says:

    Phoebe is that you?
    You haven’t aged a bit since Friends, you look fantastic!

  11. Michaela Baldwin says:

    🎶What do you called a bunch of tortillas fried with some salsa and a egg
    on the side they called it chilaqules yeah they call it chilaqules because
    that’s what they call it in Mexico🎶

  12. gypsyvanneraddict says:

    Looks so freakin GUD! Yummers!!

  13. ROYCE ESTES says:

    Yall people are SALTY. SHE IS SO HILARIOUS!!! 😋

  14. E Whyte says:

    yummy….thanks.

  15. jesus7es7dios7 says:

    oh man…. what’s next? having some white guy or girl cooking ranchero
    beans…. or maybe menudo?… they already stole the crunchy taco (taco
    dorado) and turn it into a freak-frankeinstein thing they call taco bell…
    they also open the chipotle restaurant and destroy the burrito… its not
    authentic meixcan food…. now chilaquiles…

    • Jodi Paul says:

      +jesus7es7dios7 Well, you know just so long as no Mexcian cooks anything
      but Mexican food too. We don’t want anyone cooking foods outside of their
      own culture.

  16. Chun Gong says:

    awesome recipe

  17. Johnny Hernandez says:

    I just fell in love with this girl…. The dish looks awesome as well.

  18. 1cobaltcrazy says:

    This is not genuine chilaquiles. Mexicans who make real chilaquiles don’t
    use tomato sauce out of a can. They roast peppers and onions and chili’s
    then blend it all to make a unique incredible sauce. So many people post
    recipes that are very average. Why bother if you can’t make them great.
    There are so many great cooks on line. I don’t bother with these wanna
    be’s.

  19. dun dun dun says:

    real life holly flax

  20. jesus7es7dios7 says:

    people… please.. there are plenty of Mexican videos BY MEXICANS teaching
    you the authentic preparation of chilaquiles.. what is going on for crying
    out loud..

    • Mireah Sanchez says:

      I’m Mexican & I have no problem with other people making our traditions
      food recipes. People are ignorant these days.

    • Jodi Paul says:

      Alrighty then! Note to self, don’t make Mexican food since I’m not Mexican!
      LMAO

    • Jodi Paul says:

      +jesus7es7dios7 Big deal, you don’t have to be Mexican to make Mexican
      food. Hell I’ve known plenty of Mexicans who are excellent at making French
      food, better than some French cooks I know. You don’t have to just stick
      with your own nationality when it comes to cooking.

      Besides that, I think she is adorable and makes cooking simple and
      straightforward!

    • Jesenia Hernandez says:

      Shes wierd and crazy