Making an Unbelievable Breakfast with Colman’s Mustard!

This is a sponsored post for Colman’s Mustard.

Have you seen my previous recipe that I have created using Colman’s Mustard? I have made a new twist on a potato salad that reminded me of my childhood, and at the same time had a bold, pronounced flavor, not your typical boring salad!

This week I have made yet another new great dish using Colman’s Mustard. I have been experimenting a lot with tortilla bread making a variety of regular dishes using tortillas, but this week I have made something different. I wanted to make an oooey gooey dish with lots of cheese, sour cream, and eggs reminding me of a salad recipe, and a dinner dish that I have had many times before. What I have made has become an instant favorite – you cannot quite imagine the flavor and the deliciousness of this breakfast like dish until you have it – adding some Colman’s Mustard, dill and tarragon that I had, as well as some capers carefully placed in the middle makes this dish something that I am going to crave almost every day now.

We actually have cooked this dish on the grill, and served it for dinner complementing the steak. The tortilla turned out perfectly crispy, the cheese melted away, and everything inside the wrap melted together adding that special something that we enjoy when we are eating melted cheese. This dish to me is a fusion of French, Russian, Mexican, American cuisines, homemade and amazing. The versatility, and the fact that this dish can work for any meal of the day makes it an absolute favorite.

Tortilla Breakfast

Tortilla Breakfast

Tortilla Breakfast

Tortilla Breakfast

Tortilla Breakfast

Tortilla Breakfast

Tortilla Breakfast

Breakfast Cheesy Tortillas with Colman's Mustard!
This dish is great because it can be eaten any time of the day, takes just a few minutes to put together, and tastes like the best homemade dish you'll ever make!
Ingredients
  • 5 tortillas
  • 3 boiled eggs, de-shelled and minced
  • 1 cup of grated cheddar cheese
  • 3 strips of cooked bacon, crumbled
  • 3 tbsp. of sour cream
  • 1 tbsp. of dry Colman's Mustard
  • 1 tbsp. of water
  • sprigs of dill, tarragon, and a few tbsp of capers
  • because of the cheese and bacon in the dish, as well as the capers, I actually didn't add any salt to it, but you can add salt and pepper to taste
Instructions
  1. Prepare Colman's Dry Mustard - mix ab even amount of water with dry mustard to dehydrate the mustard, mix to make it into liquid mustard. Let the mix stand for a few minutes.
  2. Mix minced boiled eggs, bacon crumbles, cheese, sour cream, then add your mustard mixture.
  3. Place a few tablespoons of mixture on each tortilla. Use a cake frosting spatula to spread the mixture evenly on the tortilla.
  4. Grill tortillas for about 5 minutes on high heat on a grill, or you can broil tortillas for about 3 minutes in your oven as well to get the tortillas crispy, and the cheese mix melting.
  5. Once the tortillas are crispy and the cheese has melted, take them off the heat, and add a few sprigs of dill, tarragon if you have it, as well as about a tsp amount of capers in the middle. Add desired amount to taste - it adds freshness and a salty element to the dish.
  6. Fold your tortillas, and enjoy!

 

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  1. That looks so scrumptious! Honestly I have not used powdered mustard spice in decades! This does take me back to the old days too! My grandmother used powdered mustard a lot. I am going to try this out and go check out your other recipe you linked at the top!

  2. Oh my goodness. I have never seen this mustard before, but I recall hearing of it. This recipe looks incredibly delicious. I know my family would not mind waking up top this:)

  3. I never imagined mustard and tortilla in one recipe! I think this sounds amazing and it’s definitely worth a try. I’m sure the family will like this one.

  4. This looks so good. My son has decided that bland is his new flavor of choice not wanting sauces or spices on his food-maybe I can bring mustard back using the powder

  5. Colman’s mustard is always part of our family potato salad recipes. It wouldn’t be potato salad without it! 🙂 Love the tins too!