I'm sorry but 17 ingredients do not make a "grab and go" recipe. I would substitute a ready made fresh salsa found in the produce section of your supermarket for the pico de gallo in the recipe and omit the salt to lower the sodium content.
Quick Breakfast Burritos
corinneb Posted: 03/10/11
skspillman Posted: 08/09/09
I made this over the weekend as part of a brunch for five people. I doubled the recipe so everyone would have enough. I just made a few small changes--I omitted the cilantro, used flour instead of corn tortillas because that's what I had on hand, and I used dried oregano instead of fresh. I served the burritos alongside turkey bacon. Everyone liked them, though my boyfriend thought the burritos could have been heartier--next time I will mix cooked turkey sausage in with the cooked egg mixture. Chopped green peppers might be good in the pico de gallo as well.
TriciaS Posted: 08/17/11
We thought this was delicious! Made two changes. Instead of chopped tomatoes substitued can Rotel tomatoes drained. Also used Cabot 50% Reduced Fat Jalapeno Cheddar Cheese. This gave it some "bite."
seaside725 Posted: 05/12/12
I made this and also doubled the recipe. I used jar salsa because everyone in my family likes a different degree of hotness. I thought this was easy to make. Other then not making my own salsa, I didn't change a thing. I served this with sliced oranges. I agree that any vegtables could be added to this recipe. I would make this for any guests and I will definitly make it again. Its a real keeper.
CindyW Posted: 06/12/14
This is nice. Granted, making a quick egg taco isn't really too challenging, but having a guided herb-and-stuff ingredients can be nice, too. Also, with making the pico, we added the cilantro to just half of it since we have both cilantro-likers and fervently non-cilantro folks in the family. Pretty yummy & easy go-to.