Food is good. Videogames are good. Food inspired by videogames is doubleplusgood. It's simple science. Science and art. The third episode of Steven Hansen's À la cartridge is inspired by Rayman Legends. In my quest to become the Alton Brown of videogames, will I become videogames' Guy Fieri?
Feel free to stir some scrambled eggs in as well. Go nuts. It's in the spirit of Rayman. I almost added candy eyeballs to everything.
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Rayman's Legendary Chilaquiles
- Canned chipotle peppers
- 2-3 tomatoes
- Tortillas (or store bought chips, tostadas)
- Queso fresco
- White onion
Blend the following: 2-3 chipotle peppers, 1 cup water, several cloves of garlic, salt, 2-3 tomatoes. Adjust for taste and spiciness.
Place chopped white onions on pan with some oil. Let cook a few minutes. Add salt/pepper seasoned chicken breasts to pan. Cook on medium high for about a minute on each side, then add the previously made sauce to the pan. Cover and set burner to low. Let cook for 10-20 minutes.
Shred chicken with a fork, or cut into small chunks with a knife. Add tortilla chips. Bonus point if you fry some corn tortillas and make your own. Top with a mix of queso fresco and mozarella, cover and let melt. Finish with some cilantro.
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