So the other day (in Texas lingo that’s anytime in the past), Kerry shared that Bear Claws are her favorite thing that she can’t seem to find around her. Mine is breakfast tacos or breakfast burritos.
When I was going to college in West Texas, there were several places that make excellent breakfast burritos. One summer, I took a Spanish class and we met every Friday at one of the places (we alternated between them) for breakfast burritos and they were sooooo good! Each places was a little different but each was delicious and just talking about it makes me want to hop in my car and drive across state.
So now that we live in a little town in East Texas, I haven’t found a place that serves great breakfast burritos or tacos but honestly with four little kids, I haven’t really had the chance to even see if there are places around here that even sell them. So I figured I better learn to make them myself.
I’ve always been a fan of potatoes in my breakfast burritos so I had to include them and I also wanted a sauce to add some flavor. I thought these turned out great and honestly every time I’ve made them, I’ve devoured them.
2 medium potatoes diced in small bite size pieces (or 2 c. southern style hash browns)
Dash Tabasco (or other pepper sauce)
When everything is done you can assemble your tacos. Add potatoes, sausage, eggs and sprinkle with cheese and any additional topping you might want. If you have little kids, you may want to use burrito size tortillas so you can wrap them up. (I did this with my fajita size ones but it was a little difficult). And enjoy!We ate these for dinner, since I’m a lazy breakfast maker and I love breakfast for dinner, but they would be great for actual breakfast too.
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