Happy Tuesday guys! Today’s recipe is Pulled Pork Breakfast Wraps – juicy shredded pork, scrambled eggs, fresh spinach and some pots, all combined in a wholewheat seeded wrap! This is what I’m calling a breakfast for champions! 🙂
And you know what the best part is – this is all made from leftovers! Yep, that’s right. I had some pulled pork and roasted pots left that everyone refused to have (we all had a serious amount of the pork so I don’t blame theM 🙂 ). So I stuffed some wholemeal wraps with it! I added some scrambled eggs, as I was making breakfast, fresh baby spinach, so they’re not that naughty (not that it helped) and of course, some sauces. The result was fantastic. We finished all of them in one go. 🙂
I can’t believe my just turned 4 baby is going to school tomorrow. When did she grow up? Someone pinch me! Have you guys got any tips/tricks for dealing with the first day of school stress (this is for me). As much excited my daughter is, I feel a bit nervous. I believe this is normal and I’m sure she’ll be fine. But so many feelings at the moment. I might be overreacting too. 🙂 Anyway, I’ll update you how it goes. Back to my recipe now..
Here’s how to make the Pulled Pork Breakfast Wraps
2 medium potatoes, cooked and cut in pieces (I used leftovers)
a handful of fresh spinach
2tbsp sour cream
hot sauce, if wished
To make the wraps line a bit of the pulled pork in the middle, then the scrambled eggs, arrange a few pieces of the potatoes. throw some fresh spinach leaves in, add a bit of sour cream and hot sauce, if wished.
To be honest, you can never go wrong when making wraps, well almost. 🙂 It’s a perfect way to get rid of any leftover food. I make leftover wraps all the time. Here you can find some more wrap/burrito recipes that are very simple and yet delicious.
Happy Friday guys! The recipe of the day is Wild Boar Burritos! It is quick, easy and really really tasty. And if you, like me, have all the ingredients cooked in advance, or using leftovers :-), there’s no actual cooking required, more of an assembling the burritos. 🙂
This is the perfect recipe for a lazy Friday night in front of the TV or this is what I’m dreaming of. 🙂 The only tricky part is the closing the tortilla but I’m sure there are quite a few tutorials out there so that won’t be a problem. I myself, am a perfect wrapper thanks to my one year working in a Tex-Mex restaurant. Great times, but that’s another story. Back to the burritos now…:-)
I’m a big fan of all Mexican and Mexican inspired recipes. However, it’s really important for all the ingredients to be super fresh. think most of them are so simple but so delicious. The Mexican is one of my favourite cuisine along with the Italian. It’s actually hard to say which one is my favourite because I really like food and I love very different stuff too.
Anyway, these burritos or wraps if you’d like were probably one of the tastiest I’ve made and that’s because of the meat I used. We love wild boar and because I had some leftovers I decided to use it in the burritos. I didn’t make a proper guacamole though, felt a bit lazy. 🙂 What I did was adding sliced avocado, coriander or cilantro and fresh lime juice. It was a lot like guacamole without the onions. Also, I haven’t used any rice in this recipe but that didn’t make the burritos less appetizing. On the contrary, I stuffed lots of fresh salad leaves inside for a fresh and crunchy flavour. I’m seriously drooling now. I believe I can eat these almost every other day. And with a pint of beer they make the perfect meal for the end of the week! 🙂