Post # 1
Our favourite Sunday brunch spot does epic breakfast burritos and I’m planning to make some at home for Darling Husband as a treat tomorrow, but I would love any tips or secrets you have on making the ultimate breakfast burrito.
Here’s what I plan to put in:
- Sliced marinated steak
- Sliced link sausage
- Scrambled eggs
- Mature cheddar
- Frank’s hot sauce
- Possibly a little rice and/or avocado
Post # 3
My suggestion would be that after you fill them up, plop them in a hot pan with a bit of oil or spray and brown the tortillas…. SO MUCH BETTER when they are a little crispy on the outside! Yum!
Post # 4
Not to toot my own horn, but I am really great at making breakfast burritos! I learned from my dad. He actually grills the tortillas the night before if he’s making fajitas or something but then he saves half of them for the burritos in the morning. He adds a thin slice of butter after the eggs are in the burrito then pours a good amount of hollandaise sauce–that’s the key ingredient…SO GOOD!
Post # 5
@Heatherloveskenny: Just eggs and hollandaise or what else does he put in them?
@sarahcool: I’ll give that a go!
Post # 6
I don’t have any tips but I could use one, too! How do you make the tortilla flap “stick” to the rest of the tortilla after folding/rolling? I’ve never been able to figure this out.
Post # 7
My favorite burrito has:
If you can tell, I “yelled” hash browns because it is what makes my favorite burritos. If it does not have some hash browns in it I won’t love it. But that’s just me. I love those evil carbs 🙂
Post # 8
Goat cheese, bacon, potatoes, green onion, pico de gallo. YUM.
Post # 9
@WillyNilly: Do you have a recipe for pico de gallo?
Post # 10
basic pico: slice the following in the same size dice & amount:
jalapeno pepper (seeded unless you love heat)
sprinke of salt
I also sometimes add line juice or cilantro.
Post # 11
You guys are making me so hungry! Make sure to serve them with some sour cream and salsa on the side
Post # 12
@SpecialSundae: Nope, but Sarah has it covered. 🙂 I would say always a squeeze of a half lime, cilantro, and a teaspoon of white vinegar.