At the risk of damaging my refined-taste reputation (as if I didn't do that already with Quatros Milpas) I'm on the hunt for flat stacked enchiladas with a fried egg on top. I was introduced to this by a former mother-in-law who made them herself. I then stumbled on them in Victorville, but that was at least 20 years ago.
Anyone have a source?
Disclaimer: The above is not a recommendation of haute cuisine, and is not intended to lead high-taste diners to this low point of culinary arts. I fully understand this is not a gen-u-wine ethnic food created by any ancient tribe of any specific ethnic origin. While I enjoy high-brow places I also eat at, horror of horrors: Suchi Deli, 4 Milpas, Saigon, and Super Sergio's. Just so you know my lack of taste and sophistication. And yes, I know about Mama Testas. and Super Cocina. In short, I'm apologizing in advance. Thank you for your forgiveness.