Sunday, May 9, 2010

Breakfast Burritos

I decided to get creative with breakfast this weekend:

These burritos contain scrambled eggs with a touch of red salsa, homemade hash browns, bacon, grated jalapeno cheddar cheese, and homemade guacamole on a flour tortilla. So delicious and so filling that we did not eat lunch that day :)


2 potatoes, cut into small squares
1 tsp garlic salt
1 tsp of cracked pepper
4 slices of bacon, cooked and chopped
3 eggs, scrambled
1 cup Mexican cheese, grated (I used Jalapeno Cheddar)
4 Flour tortillas
Top with Guacamole or salsa of your choice.

My Guacamole


I start by preparing my potatoes, they take the longest to cook and so I cut them into very small squares so that they cook faster. Spray a skillet with pam or add about 1 tsp. of butter, add potatoes and mix around. Add garlic salt and cracked pepper and continually cook for about 15 minutes, until potatoes are tender (stirring often). Then in a separate pan, begin cooking bacon. After bacon is finished, remove from pan and add eggs to bacon grease. Make sure to scramble eggs with a silicone spatula in the pan. Feel free to add cracked pepper and/or some salt to the eggs. Once the bacon, the eggs, and the potatoes are cooked, put the four tortillas on a plate, covered with a wet paper cloth and stick them in the microwave for about 30 seconds until warm. Next begin layering your tortillas, make sure to spread all ingredients evenly among the four tortillas. Make sure to add the potatoes (hash browns), the eggs, the chopped bacon, the shredded cheese, and then on top of it all...some guacamole or some salsa depending on your preference. Enjoy!

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