Re: recipes -Reply
Stan Hodge (STANH@MAIL.TDOC.TEXAS.GOV)
Fri, 10 Nov 1995 13:03:27 -0600
In Texas we'd call this a breafast "taco" rather than a burrito which
usually has beans. It's my favorite camp breakfast. You can substitute
almost any kind of meat for the sausage. (I like well-cooked bacon.) I
have seen hamburger, shrimp, chicken, and almost everything else you
can imagine. You can stretch the eggs by adding some fried potatoes
which is quite popular down here. Now for the picante -- make sure its
Texan -- what do them guys in St Louis or New York know about tacos?
A lot of our patrols cook breakfast burritos. Cook sausage in a pan
(not as patties) then put in eggs and cook in with the sausage. Serve
with picante sauce or salsa and ground cheese on a tortilla. Tortillas can
be warmed in foil with a damp paper towel on each end of a stack of 5
or so per foil pack. It's really good, fast, and simple.
Terry Howerton Sakima Group, Inc. SCOUTER Magazine Kansas City