My husband even loves this! I make him 2, of course, but one is plenty, especially when you load it up with all the veggies!
Whole Wheat Tortillas - I use the in-between size, not taco or burrito, the 7" or so.
1 large egg - w/a fork whip up with about 1 T. of water, salt & pepper, set aside
1/4 c. green pepper, chopped
1/4 c. tomato, chopped & drained
1 Tb. onion, finely diced
1 Tb. celery, finely diced
1 Tb. carrot, finely sliced - I use the short-cut carrots to save time.
1/4 c. mushrooms, thinly sliced
If you like, hot pepper, banana pepper, chilis, finely diced, to taste.
The idea is to make all your veggies about the same size to cook evenly together.
Meat - your choice: I've used turkey sausage, reg. sausage, ham luncheon meat, bacon, whatever 1 portion is of your meat choice. Cook sausage or bacon separately. If you are using ham, set aside to cook using 1 skillet for everything.
Cheese - optional
Salsa for topping.
Spray skillet with non-stick spray. Put all veggies - except the tomatoes - in the skillet over med/med-high heat to saute. Keep them moving so they don't burn. Cook about 3 minutes, add the ham. Keep it moving. Keep your eggs whipped. Add the tomato last. While these are cooking place 1 tortilla over the skillet for 1 minute, pick it up, move ingredients, turn tortilla over and heat other side.
Place the warm tortilla on plate; put veggies/ham on it; Quickly spray pan again and scramble the egg.
Add your meat which should be warm - if you did it separately - add cheese if you want while your egg is cooking. Add scrambled egg.
Top with salsa & lettuce. This should come in at 350 calories depending a lot on your meat/cheese choices. It's a warm handful. Even though it seems like a lot of steps, once everything is chopped, whipped, hot pan in place - it goes very fast. I really feel like I've had a good meal at the right calorie level and stay satisfied until lunchtime.
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