Recipe by JANINARAI
"A different way to start your day. Burritos with fried eggs, bacon and refried beans topped with melted cheese. Ham or sausage may be substituted for the bacon. Serve with salsa on the side."
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1 (16 ounce) can
shredded Cheddar cheese
10 (10 inch)
I made a variation of this recipe , sausage ,diced potatoes , and a small amount of chopped onion and peppers all cooked together in my favorite cast iron skillet. When everything is cooked , break 4 or 5 eggs over the whole mess ,stir together while the eggs cook. Then spoon into the tortilla and top with mexican blend cheese.
This was alright, although, it could've been better if you tweaked it a bit. To make less dishes, I cooked this all on one skillet. First the bacon, removed it, added the eggs to the same skillet and when the eggs were cooked, crumbled the bacon in the skillet and added the beans and 1/2 the cheddar. I felt it needed more oomph, so I added some hotsauce to the mixture and heated it through. Spooned the mixture into each shell, wrapped it up, added the rest of the cheese to the shell to seal the ends tight, then cooked it over the skillet for a nice and crunchy burrito.
We've been making breakfast burritos for years. We make a huge batch on Sunday (without beans, & with different breakfast meats), wrap in plastic wrap, & then freeze. The kids or hubby can grab, heat for 30-45 secs, & go. Perfect for those days when you're running late!!
There's nothing like a breakfast burrito when you need something that's easy and great for "on the go". I cut way back on the servings as I only needed two. I scrambled the eggs vs. frying and used a Mexican cheese blend. Overall, very tasty served wtih salsa on the side.
These burritos were excellent! I added a little bit of salsa to the beans to make them spicier, and easier to spread.
This is a tasty, quick breakfast...although I did make it for dinner! If it needs more flavor try the spicy refried beans. And don't skimp when it comes to putting the items on the tortilla. It tastes so much better when you put 2 slices bacon, and slather on the beans. I cooked the bacon in the oven (I like crispy cooked bacon) and made the eggs scrambled. Then I put all ingredients on tortilla and rolled then stuck in microwave to melt cheese/heat through. I did serve it with salsa, but when you slather the beans and 2 slices of bacon I didn't need the extra flavor of the salsa. I will make this again. Thank You!
Pretty good with a few changes, for personal taste. I scrambled the eggs, left out the beans, can't imagine beans and egg. I used crumbled bacon, added lots of chopped onion, salt and pepper.
Very easy to make! I left out the refried beans since my kids don't care for them too much and added some diced chiles to the eggs to give it a kick. These are SOOOOO MUCH cheaper to make then getting them from the McDonalds Drive thru for sure!!Very easy to wrap too when you use the 10 inch wraps. Be sure to give this one a try! Thanks Janina!!!
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Serving Size: 1/10 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 10
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 352
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