Looking for something for breakfast, but wanted it easy and since we love Mexican decided to try this. Such a great recipe that adapts itself to so many things. Just add your favorites. We added chorizo sausage, shredded garlic and jalapeno's. Decided we would prefer enchilada sauce so used Mexican Enchilada Sauce (let me tell you that's a winner too) topped with cheddar cheese and baked in 350 oven for about 20 minutes (just tell cheese melted and hot through) YUMMY, My photo is not the best, think I over did a little on the sauce - but it was so good and will certainly be making this again.
What a simple and easy light meal to prepare. It was done in a flash and was quite tasty too. Lots of other ingredients could be added to this very easily also.
We liked it! Topped it with enchilada sauce rather than salsa and cooked the eggs in a little butter. This makes a lovely quick breakfast. Thank you for posting Charlotte. Made for Zaar Stars tag, please see my rating system.
Saw this on the main page today and it inspired me to make it for breakfast. So easy to throw together with ingredients you always have. I "healthened" it up a bit by using a wholewheat tortilla, lowfat cheese (I used a mexican blend) and egg whites.
I make these all the time. I love them and they are a great portable breakfast! Sure beats the ones at McDonalds!
I do this all the time. It's soo good with fresh salsa (pico de gallo).
Awesome! Just loved them!! Thanks, Charlotte. (:
Eggs-cellent! I just left the eggs without salsa and cheese and sprinkle them on top with some Cilantro. Thanks for the wonderful brunch! Made for ZWT3.
I would happily eat breakfast for every meal and enjoy dishes which are a little more substantial and flavorful than a basic scramble. With ease and simplicity, this results in a quick and delicious meal. I used two small white corn tortilla because that was what I had on hand (and prefer). Decided to dress it up with a little nonfat sour cream a some cilantro and slapped some leftover black beans on the side. Indeed, one of the strengths of this recipe is you can play and add little garnishes to make just right. Thanks Charlotte.
I just enjoyed this for breakfast. I've tried many other breakfast "burritos" but often had a problem with the filling being too runny... I think scrambling eggs this way (without added liquid) is the key. I also strained my salsa with a slotted spoon before adding it. This was quick, easy, filling, and made with things I always have on hand. I'm sure I'll be making again!