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Monday Morning in the Kitchen: John's Garlicky Breakfast Burrito

John often will fix breakfast.  That wonderful gesture is made even better by the fact that his breakfasts are quite tasty.  When I tasted his latest creation, I told him he'd have to make it again so I could take a photo and feature it on the blog.


 
John's Garlicky Breakfast Burrito

(For 3 burritos)

5 eggs
splash of milk
1/4 c. (packed) chopped cilantro
2 small garlic cloves, minced
salt and pepper to taste
3 tortillas
grated or shredded cheddar cheese
hot sauce or chopped serrano pepper
tomato, diced
bacon, cooked and crumbled

The amounts (and even ingredients) are variable.  Avocado and black olives would be good, too, for example.  However, remember to add the garlic--it wouldn't be a garlicky burrito without it!  

Scramble everything except the tortillas.  Warm the tortillas, add the filling, and enjoy!
 
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Thanks for John and his culinary skills.  (He has better skills than Napolean Dynamite!) 

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  1. Yummo!!! All of my favorite foods wrapped in a tortilla -- and do add the avocado and the black olives for mine! Looks delicious!

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