Cheese taco shells from this recipe taste so insanely that it is worth serving them not only for breakfast. They can also be a delicious starter or a nutritious dinner.
Avocados are now more and more often talked about, but it is worth recalling the beneficial effects of this fruit on the human body. Avocado is a fruit that, in addition to valuable vitamins and microelements, also has healing properties. Thanks to the oleic acid content, it reduces the level of bad cholesterol (LDL) and the potassium it contains regulates blood pressure . Avocados are also an invaluable source of omega 9 monounsaturated fatty acids. The ratio of unsaturated omega 9 to omega 3 fatty acids is also important, which in avocados is very beneficial for humans. The correct proportions of these acids increase the absorption of e.g. lycopene, which is why a fat diet often uses this inconspicuous fruit.
How to make cheese taco shells?
- Preparation time: 10 minutes Cooking time: 15 minutes | Servings: 2
- 1/2 cup grated mozzarella
- 6 large eggs
- 4 slices of bacon
- 1/2 diced avocado
- 1 Roman tomato, chopped
- Put 1/4 cup mozzarella in a medium hot frying pan.
- Wait until it dissolves and turns brown. Gently turn over and brown the cake on the other side.
- Gently thread the fried cake through a wooden spoon leaning against the edges of the bowl.
- The cake will cool down and take the shape of a taco. Fry the taco until the cheese is exhausted.
- Fry the bacon crisp, chop it. Beat eggs, season with salt and pepper and fry scrambled eggs.
- Put pieces of bacon, fried eggs, avocados, tomatoes and a little cheese on top. Bon Appetit!
Nutritional values per serving:
- Fat: 46% (43 g)
- Protein: 49% (46 g)
- Net carbohydrates: 5 % (5 g)
- kcal: 600