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Scrambled Egg Burritos with Black Bean Salsa

Spring 2003, The EatingWell Diabetes Cookbook (2005)

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This protein-packed Southwestern egg burrito recipe is always a hit, whether you’re serving it for breakfast, brunch, lunch or a casual dinner. The homemade black bean salsa recipe adds a special touch and takes just 10 minutes, but you can also use your favorite prepared salsa to make this faster.



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"I like this recipe, but want to prepare as much ahead of time as possible so I can feed a crowd of 26 people at breakfast without staying up all night or getting up outrageously early before our guests do. What can you recommend? "
Scrambled Egg Burritos with Black Bean Salsa

5 Reviews for Scrambled Egg Burritos with Black Bean Salsa

01/12/2013
Anonymous

Love this simple recipe! I didn't have any fresh tomatos on had so i just used a can of rotel and it worked great. You could probaly add some type of meat or add extra veggies like bell peppers. I definately would recomend trying this one!

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05/02/2012
easy and delicious

I agree with the first reader. But I would suggest setting up a breakfast buffet to feed that many people. Have everything on the buffet to assemble the burrito and let people assemble their own and that way it will go much faster

Lots of protein
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09/27/2010
Anonymous

I like this recipe, but want to prepare as much ahead of time as possible so I can feed a crowd of 26 people at breakfast without staying up all night or getting up outrageously early before our guests do. What can you recommend?

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08/28/2010
Anonymous

I agree w/the first comment, also instead of using low-fat sour cream, a plain greek yogurt is a great low fat substitute and has more nutritional value. And a little bit or skinless chicken w/all visible fat removed or venison or elk - are great choices to add a bit more flavor while keeping calories low.

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04/01/2010
Anonymous

I think a few more calories and fat could be knocked out if low-fat, low-calorie cheese was used in stead of chedder

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