I’d never even heard of Migas until I moved to Houston a few years ago. A Tex-Mex dish usually served at breakfast, Migas are basically scrambled eggs, with tortillas, refried beans, veggies and salsa. I like to eat them for breakfast, lunch or dinner. In an effort to make it a little more heart healthy and vegan, I make mine with tofu, black beans and lots of vegetables.
Migas are a great dish if you like to improvise as I do. You can add flour or corn tortillas, beans or no beans and whatever veggies you have in the fridge. I like mine a little spicy and add cumin, red pepper flakes and a Penzey spice mix called Arizona Dreaming.
First Decide what you want in your Migas: