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Recipes Quick and Easy

Spicy Brunch Burritos

Ingredients
  • Flour wraps
  • Tin of black beans
  • Bacon
  • Potatoes
  • Chili
  • Tomatoes
  • Cheddar cheese
  • Garlic

Today we've combined two of the greatest things on earth (brunch and burritos) to come up with a classic recipe that is made for the weekend. You could go with a late lunch or depending on the level of your hangover even cook these bad boys up late in the afternoon. The recipe is absolutely perfect for a big group of people and if you do end up cooking these for your friends watch their faces as you carry out a big tray of these! Delish.

Instructions

Step 1

The ingredients are all simple enough and even though you could save time and buy some salsa making it from fresh is so much better!

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Step 2

Start off by making the salsa. Its quick and simple and the kick it gives the recipe is essential. Chop the shit out of the garlic and the chilli

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Step 3

Lash them on to cook slowly in a pot with a good amount of olive oil. Nice and slowly here

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Step 4

Cut the tomatoes in half. If I have to explain that to you and you are struggling probably better just giving up now!

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Step 5

Squeeze the juice out of the centre. All we are looking for is the nice flesh for the salsa

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Step 6

Chop the bastards up into little pieces

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Step 7

At this stage the garlic and chilli will have a lovely flavour so fuck in the tomatoes and turn the heat up a little

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Step 8

While the salsa is cooking peel the potatoes and chop them up into even sized little pieces

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Step 9

Lash on a big frying pan with some olive oil. When it heats up fuck in the potatoes.

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Step 10

Keep the potatoes stirred so as they don't stick to the bottom and once they start taking on some colour lash in the bacon

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Step 11

Cook the bacon for a couple of minutes and when it starts getting crispy lash in some of the black beans. Make sure to strain off the juice they come in first.

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Step 12

After a couple of minutes of cooking the mix push it all over to one side of the pan and lash in a couple of eggs to fry.

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Step 13

At this stage the salsa should be done. Wasn't fucking rocket science making that was it?

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Step 14

Heat the tortillas up. I do mine in a little pan for about 20 seconds but the oven or even microwave work just as well for this.

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Step 15

Time to assemble the whole thing now. Get a little production line going.

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Step 16

Lash a good bit of the salsa on first. This is the glue that will hold the bastards together

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Step 17

Lash on the mix. Not too much though as you need to roll these bad boys up at the end!

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Step 18

Big dollop of cheese which will melt down into the mix with the heat.

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Step 19

Fuck the fried egg on top. The yolk will help bind the whole thing as well

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Step 20

Roll the bastards up and tuck them in and serve immediately! Delish!

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You are not going to believe just how good these bad boys taste! The chilli gives the whole thing a savage kick and all the important weekend food groups are in there! The other great thing here is that you can make about 6 portions for about 15 Euros which is a shit load cheaper than you all going out for brunch and it costing over 100 Euros. Give these a whirl and prepare to be a convert to brunch burritos!

Written By

Niall Harbison

Niall founded Lovin' Dublin with a few fairly simple aims: discover new places to eat in Dublin and share simple recipes cooked up in his kitchen.

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