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Breakfast Burritos

While driving truck over-the-road, I used to stop in Moriarty, NM. A gentleman (called BURRITO MAN') would come in the truck stop every morning with freshly made (sausage, beef, or potato) "breakfast-burritos", hot and ready to eat. Drivers loved them. Moriarty was a stop I always looked forward to! A lot of us got to know "Burrito Man". He is a very special person. Although my ver

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  • In a skillet, over med-low heat, add sausage, onion, green pepper, potatoes and cover stirring occasionally.
  • do not let sausage cook crisp!
  • when potatoes are cooked soft, push to side of skillet and add eggs.
  • when eggs start to 'set', scramble mixture together.
  • cooking about 4 minutes.
  • put mixture in a bowl.
  • in a clean skillet, med-low heat, add 1 large flour tortilla.
  • Heat each side about 1 minute, DO NOT burn!
  • remove to a plate, add large spoonful egg mixture to center of tortilla, sprinkle with cheese.
  • Fold tortilla over mixture (folding directions are on tortilla wrapper).
  • Repeat.
  • Makes 4-5 burritos.
  • Enjoy.
  • Try w/ a little homemade salsa.
  • Also great to make ahead, wrap in aluminum foil & refrigerate.
  • Next morning place wrapped burritos in a pan & heat in oven a few minutes til warm.
  • Be creative when making these!
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"While driving truck over-the-road, I used to stop in Moriarty, NM. A gentleman (called BURRITO MAN') would come in the truck stop every morning with freshly made (sausage, beef, or potato) "breakfast-burritos", hot and ready to eat. Drivers loved them. Moriarty was a stop I always looked forward to! A lot of us got to know "Burrito Man". He is a very special person. Although my ver"
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  1. mcjennie
    This was excellent! The recipe called for chopped chorizos & we are fortunate to have Basque chorizos available. The only changes we would make next time is that for every potato used, use another chorizo & another egg. (ex: 3+3+3) Salt potatoes to taste as cooking. Thanks for the great recipe. We will pass it along to the rest of our family.
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  2. Maito
    Delicious! We did not use bell pepper or cheese, and used egg substitute (and almost double), along with Mexican chorizo. So yummy!
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  3. Lewmaster
    We also used Bob Evans hot sausage instead of Chorizo. Honestly, this is one of the best things I've ever tasted. Everyone should give this one a try!
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  4. Lewmaster
    We also used Bob Evans hot sausage instead of Chorizo. Honestly, this is one of the best things I've ever tasted. Everyone should give this one a try!
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  5. JulieWalraven
    Excellent... even my husband who doesn't like Mexican liked it... I put in Ham instead of the sausage because there was none here and used red pepper instead of green. I did use my Food processer which is more like a Salad Shooter to do the potatoes, pepper, onions, and cheese... which made it go together fast. Thanks!
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