I came up with this recipe this week and i just thought it was very good and would pass it along. I would say its mexican in its roots so i thought i would post it in this forum. It does take some effort but i think its worth it:
Cube 3 medium red potatoes and put 2 teaspoons of oil in a non stick skillet (work in batches if you need to so you don't overcrowd the pan). Make sure the pan is pretty hot. Stir cubed potatoes every 5-10 minutes until they are crusty. Move the pan to the oven at 350F and cook for 15 minutes.
While potatoes are cooking make the cheese sauce. Sweat 1 small onion and 1 clove of garlic in a medium pan. Once vegetables are done deglaze the pan with tequilla and cook until almost eveporated (yes the tequilla makes a BIG difference). Add about 1/2 cup of milk and your favorite cheese unil the desired consistency. (i used Queso Blanco but any good quality melting cheese woudl probably work like monterray or cojack).
A nice addition might be a charred green chile but i didn't do this.
Cook 1 medium onion and 3 cloves of garlic in a medium sauce pan. Then add 1 pound of your preferred sausage (cut into chunks). I used smoked Jalapeno/cheese sausage. I meant to use charizo but i couldn't find it where i was shopping (i prefer spanish style). Add one chipotle chile in adobe sauce diced and 1-2 tsp smoked paprika (especially if you didn't use charizo). Cook till sausage is browned nicely. Mix potatoes with this mixture.
Cook 8 eggs sunny side up (2 per person).
Cook refriend beans. Homemade is prefered but you can use the stuff from the can.
Step 6: Cook 8 corn tortillas brushed with oil until they are crisp in the oven.
Here is how you assemble.
Put corn tortillas down and then refriend beans on top of that. Pour sausage mixture over the tortillas. Then put the eggs down. Pour the cheese sauce over that. If you like salsa then you can add it now and garnish with cilantro and this is what your finished dish will look like.
This was just so good i had to pass it along. The next night i poured this mixture over pasta and it was excellent.