Updated: Apr 11
Egg &Salsa Burrito
Air Fryer Disposable Liner
Medium Microwave Safe Bowl
Fresh Salsa Restaurant Style (mild, medium or hot)
2 Low Carb Tortillas
Olive Oil Spray
Fresh Ground Pepper
NUTRITION FACTS - Serving Size: 1 burrito
Carbs: 38 grams
Total Fat: 13 grams
Saturated Fat: 5 grams
Dietary Fiber: 1 grams
Sugar: 4 grams
Cholesterol: 15 mg
Protein: 18 grams
Sodium: 730 mg
Vitamin A: 4%
Spray the inside of your medium bowl with Olive Oil.
Break two raw eggs into a bowl.
Add 2 spoonfuls of Fresh Salsa Restaurant Style (mild, medium or hot)
Using the cutting board, chop 2 jalapeños into fine cubes and set aside.
Whisk the raw eggs, jalapeños and salsa with a fork until the ingredients have blended evenly with the eggs.
Place the tortillas on the plate and put it in the microwave for 10 seconds to make the tortilla more pliable for folding.
Remove the tortillas from the microwave and add the whisked bowl of eggs, jalapeños and salsa setting the microwave for 1 minute. (If after 1 minute the eggs are still partially liquified, continue cooking the eggs at 15 second intervals)
Pre-heat the air fryer at 390°
Place your slightly heated tortilla on the cutting board for preparation.
After the eggs have been cooked, remove them from the bowl, and using a spoon scoop a small amount of the eggs onto the tortilla - spreading the eggs evenly in the center.
Then, fold the left and right sides of the tortilla in while rolling the bottom of the tortilla towards the top creating a burrito pocket.
Repeat the 2 previous steps for the second tortilla.
Once your burrito pockets have been folded, carefully place them in the air fryer setting for 10 minutes.
After 3 - 5 minutes, check your burrito to see if it has turned golden brown. If so, using a fork or tongs, carefully turn the burrito over for an additional 3 - 5 minutes of cooking.
Once the burritos are finished cooking, plate them.
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