Breakfast Rollup

Norma DeRemer


Still fighting with my cancer return and this was an easy dish for me to make. You can make more for your family. My sweetheart enjoyed the one I made him and ask me to make it again soon.


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5 Min
5 Min
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    one soft taco flour tortilla
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    iceburg lettuse
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    one slice of american cheese
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    one scrambled egg
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    one slice of cooked bacon
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    salt and pepper to taste
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    optional: add ketchup or a tablespoon of your favorite salsa.

How to Make Breakfast Rollup


  1. Place one soft taco flour tortilla on serving plate.
  2. Microwave a slice of bacon one a microwave safe plat covered with paper towel for 1 minute or 1 minute and 30 seconds or until crisp.
  3. Mix one egg with a little water and whisk and poor into a non-stick fry pan with some butter.
  4. Stir eggs until soft cooked.
  5. Add one slice of cheese on tortilla along with lettuse.
  6. Place scrambled egg over top of lettuse
  7. Salt and pepper to taste
  8. Add slice of bacon
  9. Fold bottom of tortilla then fold over each side and secure with a toothpick.
  10. Optional: Add ketchup or a tablespoon of your favorite salsa before folding tortilla. Enjoy

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About Breakfast Rollup

Main Ingredient: Eggs
Regional Style: American
Other Tag: Quick & Easy

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