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Chilaquiles is a Mexican breakfast of corn tortillas sopped with salsa and topped with cheese. That’s the minimum recipe. In many Southwestern restaurants, chilaquiles are much more: a casserole or skillet meal that can be made in several ways using similar components. The essentials of most restaurant chilaquiles are eggs and broken-up tortillas, sometimes mixed together in a fry pan, but occasionally stacked, with cheese on top. Other potential ingredients to be mixed in or piled up can be avocado, black beans or refried beans, salsa, chili and shredded pork or brisket or crumbled chorizo.