If you're looking for the easiest burrito recipe, then keep reading.
The breakfast burrito: a divine combination of vegetables, meat (sometimes), cheese, eggs, and hot sauce all wrapped up in a warm tortilla. It's the perfect hangover remedy and it's incredibly satisfying.A few weeks ago, I had a craving for a breakfast burrito. But in an effort to not let the contents of my fridge go to waste, I set out to see if I could make my own and still be satisfied. I actually surprised myself with how tasty these burritos were. I much prefer these over any I've had from a restaurant and I love the fact that you can experiment with your fillings. This specific vegetarian recipe comes together in just 15 minutes, but don't be turned off by its simplicity because it's loaded with flavor. It calls for just a few vegetables that cook together in a cast-iron pan that brings all of the flavors out beautifully. A little bit of cheese, a scrambled egg, a few dashes of Tapatío, and things are good to go. I used a whole-wheat tortilla because I prefer the flavor, and honestly, that's what I had in my refrigerator. For the recipe, keep reading.
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We know you're huge fans of Trader Joe's. Here, resident vegan girla shares her recipe for Thai green curry chickpea burritos. All of the ingredients can be found at your local Trader Joe's.
When we were visiting my sister in Northern California recently, she made us these fabulous burritos. The ingredients are from Trader Joe’s, so I was sure to pick the items up before returning to Trader Joe’s-less Colorado. Taste of Thai makes a green curry paste that could be substituted in with some coconut milk. However, a sub for the Cumin and Chickpea mix also required for the recipe was hard to locate. So if you’re lucky enough to live near a Trader Joe’s, or have a generous relative to send you TJ loot, this recipe is for you. Are you listening, sis?
Build a healthier burrito, starting with last night's 90-percent lean ground beef and aromatics such as onion and jalapeño for heat. Save yourself time and effort by browning the beef, reducing the tomatoes, and heating the tortillas all in the same pan. You'll be surprised by how little effort this Mexican meal takes. Continue reading for the recipe.
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It's easier to eat smart when making burritos at home, but what about when eating out? By making a few smart choices at the burrito counter, you can make your meal lower in calories and fat and better for you overall. Here's how.
- You probably know that regular black beans, with 227 calories and one gram of fat per cup, are a better choice than refried beans, which can contain up to 16 grams of fat and more than 300 calories. But you may not know that one cup of black beans also offers 60 percent of your daily fiber, plus high amounts of protein and folate.
If BBQ gurus Pat and Gina Neely were to make a Mexican burrito, it would probably look a lot like this dish. The filling is a simple mixture of ground beef, onion, corn, and bottled barbecue sauce. Instead of a salsa or guacamole topping, a heaping spoonful of crunchy coleslaw is placed atop the meat.
Although cheese isn't on the ingredient list, a sprinkling of cheddar cheese is a welcome addition. To look at the recipe, read more