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Copycat Breakfast Crunchy Wrap

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Copycat Breakfast Crunchy Wrap
  • Prep Time 20 min
  • Total Time 1 hr 20 min
  • Servings 4
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Copycat Breakfast Crunchy Wrap

This popular new fast food breakfast choice is easy to make at home ... and ours tastes really good!

Ingredients

2
Yukon gold potatoes
2
scallions
1
teaspoon paprika
1
tablespoon flour
Salt and pepper
4
sausage patties
5
eggs
4
ounces cheese
4
(10 inch) Old El Paso™ Flour Tortilla

Directions

  • 1 Bake the potatoes at 350ºF for 1 hour until almost fully cooked. Quarter the potatoes and place them into the fridge for 10 minutes to cool. Slice the scallions and add to a bowl with the paprika, flour, salt, pepper and one of the eggs. Take the potato out of the fridge and chop it up into small pieces. Add to the bowl and mix well, lightly mashing some of the potato to form a thick dough-like mixture with chunks of potato in it.
  • 2 Form the potato into 4 patties and grill on a flat grill or in a frying pan on high heat. It will take a good 8 minutes on each side to get a nice browning and cook through. Meanwhile, grill the sausage patties too.
  • 3 Beat the rest of the eggs with the grated cheese and cook to a scramble.
  • 4 To build your wraps, first place a hash brown in the center of the wrap. Top with the sausage, and put the egg on top. Fold the wrap over the whole thing. Start by folding one end of the wrap to the center of the pile, then at the place where the fold reaches the edge of the wrap, fold that point to meet the center as well. Continue in this fashion, keeping your finger on the top to hold all the folds. You should end up with about 6-8 folds on the top of the wrap.
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You can make this popular fast-food breakfast at home – who knew?

As prepared by The Food in my Beard,

Don't run out for a fast-food breakfast – it's easy to make at home, and ours tastes great!

Fast food tacos have always been one of my guilty pleasures (especially at 2 a.m.), so I got the chance to create an at-home crunchy breakfast wrap for Tablespoon, I jumped at the idea.  

I hadn’t tried the new breakfast offering yet, so of course I had to head to the border and see what all the fuss was about ASAP.

As I sat in my car with the breakfast treat, there were two things going through my head. First, this was the most delicious research I had ever done, and second, this would be very easy to make! 

I grabbed everything I needed on the way home and made them for breakfast the next day.

 

Copycat Breakfast Crunchy Wrap

Bake your potatoes about 75% of the way so they still retain some shape and texture when they're turned into hash browns.

 

Copycat Breakfast Crunchy Wrap

The flour, egg, and seasonings mix to form a nice texture that is easily formable but still has nice potato chunks.

 

Copycat Breakfast Crunchy Wrap

Everything gets grilled up in true breakfast fashion.

 

Copycat Breakfast Crunchy Wrap

Place a patty of potato and meat in the center of a tortilla.

 

Copycat Breakfast Crunchy Wrap

The folding is where it starts to get tricky. 

 

Copycat Breakfast Crunchy Wrap

Each time you make a fold, grab the where the crease meets the edge of the tortilla and fold that to the middle.

 

Copycat Breakfast Crunchy Wrap

Repeat until you have a nice wrapped up disc. Brown with the seam side down in a little butter to get a nice seal.

 

Copycat Breakfast Crunchy Wrap

So good!

 

Copycat Breakfast Crunchy Wrap

This would be a fun thing to make in the morning before a road trip. Just grab and go!

 

Dan Whalen feels better about eating fast food when it is for “research”.  He has been blogging for over 6 years at The Food in My Beard. Check Dan's Tablespoon profile often to try his recipes with creative international spins!

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