[Present Day — Baltimore, UCAS — 2075]
So as it turns out, my breakfast burritos are starting to become legendary with both Havoc Squad in San Francisco and for my team in Baltimore. Both Soren and BetaTest really like them. They were one of the first things that I learned to cook. Frank found an old recipe card from my mom for it and gave it to me. I memorized it and havent really changed it much. The only changes I really made was for the soysage. I cant really stand it so I use real sausage and chorizo instead. A bit more expensive, but makes for a better burrito. The other change I made was using fire roasting the peppers. Getting that char on them helps bring out the yum on them. So here is the recipe for them.
3 to 5 fire-roasted jalepenos
2 fire-roasted green peppers
1 medium red onion, finely diced
1 large ripe red tomato, diced
3 to 4 small fresh mushrooms, sliced (I prefer white button or portobello)
1 lb pork breakfast sausage (fully cooked)
1 bag (1 lb 4 oz) refrigerated shredded hash brown potatoes
6 flour tortillas
2 cups shredded monterey jack / pepperjack cheese blend
1 medium avocado, sliced (optional)
First you want to fully cook the sausage and eggs. Now there are two ways to make these. I prefer to keep all the ingredients separate and then add individually to the burrito, but you can mix it all in the pan and just scoop the mixture into the tortilla and enjoy! Either way, you can top it with the fresh sliced avocado, but these go extremely well with some homemade guacamole as well!