If you have moved off-campus and suddenly realize that cleaning the house, washing your clothes and having home-cooked meals is now your responsibility--take some time to prepare for the week. This blog won't solve the dirty room or laundry basket, but it will provide suggestions for simple foods to keep you full and nourished.
--Master simple cooking skills to avoid buying expensive pre-packaged, unhealthy, or frozen meals.
This recipe was slightly modified from The Epicurious Cookbook / Egg Burritos which was submitted by one of its' readers who first made this dish when he was 5 years old--I think you can all handle this one if you have been reading the blog.
Large non-stick skillet
Fork, for mixing
4 eggs, lightly whisked together
1 tsp of milk
2 Tablespoons of your favorite salsa
1 cup of shredded sharp cheddar cheese--divided into 1/2 cups.
8 oz of breakfast sausage
1-2 cloves garlic, minced
1/4 tsp of cayenne
Tortillas, medium or large (for on the go) / small if sitting down at home
1. Wash your hands.
2. Get all the ingredients prepared before getting started.
3. In a large non-stick skillet brown the sausage.
4. Add the garlic and cayenne to the sausage once it is almost browned completely.
7. Heat your large non-skillet on MEDIUM and pour egg mixture into skillet.
8. Add crumbled sausage.
Don't like sausage?--skip it or exchange it with Canadian Bacon or Regular Bacon. Or make it meatless and use sauteed peppers / onions instead.
Post a Comment