This is a Sponsored Post written by me on behalf of Mission Foods. All opinions are 100% mine.
I’ve been eating Mission Foods since I was old enough to start reading box labels, so of course when I started to cook I reached for the products I knew and loved. Then I decided to branch out. I got a bit more adventurous with my cooking and I started sampling other brands. I always came back to Mission. Now I use Mission Foods products not because they’re what I am familiar with, but because they provide the best quality and value for my money.
I cook one of Amoeba’s favorite breakfasts with Mission Flour Tortillas. I dice a bit of green onion, mushroom, bell pepper, and bacon, then sautÃ© them all together.Â As soon as the bacon cooks I stir in three beaten eggs and a dash of milk.Â When the eggs are scrambled, I sprinkle them with cheese and wrap them in warm flour tortillas from Mission.Â At the table we top them with pico de gallo and sour cream.Â This recipe is inexpensive, quick, easy to make, and absolutely delicious.
If you have a Mission Tortilla recipe that will feed a family of 5 for just pennies, it just may win you a $10,000 dream kitchen makeover or an assortment of other incredible prizes. The Mission Menus Challenge begins on June 28, 2010. The grand prize winner will win round-trip airfare and hotel accommodations for him-/her-self and a guest to the Mission Menus Challenge Cook-off on September 10, 2010 at the Hard Rock CafÃ© in Los Angeles. To enter, submit your budget friendly recipe to Chef Sara Moulton at at www.MissionMenusChallenge.com. See the Mission Menu website for detailed rules and an official entry form.