Zesty Breakfast Burritos

Zesty Breakfast Burritos

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"My husband grew up in Mexico and prefers his food extra spicy. Special seasonings added to ordinary ground pork give a little life to standard sausage and eggs."
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25 m servings
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  1. Combine pork, vinegar, chili powder, oregano, salt and garlic; mix well. Cover and chill overnight. In a skillet over medium heat, cook pork mixture until no longer pink. Drain; keep warm. Beat eggs and milk. In another skillet, heat oil. Cook eggs over low heat until set, stirring occasionally. Spoon about 1/4 cup pork mixture and 1/4 cup eggs down the center of each tortilla. Top with taco sauce and roll up.

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Is a good recipe, but with a few things added will make you slap your mother. I used ground sausage w/ sage, add 1/2 med onion diced,1/2 med red pepper diced, while cooking sausage. Before putti...

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We added peppers and cheese to this otherwise it would have been bland. Needed more heat but a nice start. With peppers we would give it it a 4 star but without the peppers this only ranked as a...

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Is a good recipe, but with a few things added will make you slap your mother. I used ground sausage w/ sage, add 1/2 med onion diced,1/2 med red pepper diced, while cooking sausage. Before putti...

These were really good, very flavorful. My husband works very early in the morning, so I made a big batch and froze them separately so that he could grab them and on the go in the morning. I use...

I am from New Mexico and am a bit of a snob when it comes to Hispanic foods and I thought this recipie was great. I used a homead red chili sauce rather than a taco sauce (takes a bit more time ...

Delicious, and perfect for freezing! I made a batch of 12 smaller burritos and froze them for breakfast throughout the week. I used Pace Blackbean and Roasted Corn Salsa instead of Taco Sauce al...

IT WAS A LITTLE ON THE SPICY SIDE, BUT I AM A WIMP WHEN IT COMES TO SPICE!

I too make my own chorizo and really enjoy it with scrambled eggs and tortillas. I add the eggs to the just finished sausage then spoon that onto the tortilla

Wonderful!! I added green pepper and onions and fresh cilantro. You definately need to let it marinate overnight or longer. I made a mistake and fried the sausage and then added the rest of the ...

It was different than normal but very good! I made the following changes: 1 lb hot sausage for the meat. Added 1/2 of an onion, diced. Cheese on top of the eggs. I found that I had too much...

Really good. I swapped out all ingredients for low cal/ fat ones including using precooked turkey sausage that I chopped up into small pieces, then combined with the rest of the ingredients. I ...

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