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Greek Breakfast Burrito

  • Prep Time: 10 Min
  • Cook Time: 10 Min
  • Servings: 1
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Most people associate Greek food with souvlaki salads and hummus platters. In fact, you can quickly and easily make this Greek breakfast burrito with just a few ingredients. You can substitute in any of your favorites that you have in the fridge that morning. With plenty of protein and nourishing ingredients, you’ll have energy for the whole morning when you make this meal. It’s perfect for taking on-the-go as well. Wrap it up tightly and wrap it in a piece of aluminum foil or parchment paper. You can eat it when you get to work or wherever you’re headed for the day.



You can add tzatziki to your burrito if you would like.

Step 1

Eggs Crack the eggs into a bowl and whisk the eggs together. You can leave them like this or add a splash of milk if this is how you’re used to preparing your eggs. Pour the mixture onto a heated, non-stick pan with a mist of olive oil on it. Continuously scramble the eggs and they cook. Once they are cooked to your desired consistency, the eggs will get placed into the tortilla or wrap that you have chosen for this dish.

Step 2

Tomatoes Dice a handful of cherry tomatoes or one small tomato so you have approximately one cup of diced tomatoes. You will use them as a topping inside of your burrito. You can also add them into the scrambled eggs at the last minute if you’d prefer them warm.

Step 3

Feta Cheese Add the feta cheese to the burrito once the eggs have been placed inside the wrap.

Step 4

Salt and Pepper Salt and pepper your burrito to taste. You can add the salt and pepper into the egg mixture if you would prefer.

Step 5

Kalamata Olives Slice the olives off the pits or use an already pitted variety. Make sure they are drained well. Add them to the burrito.

Serving Suggestions

You can add tzatziki to your burrito if you would like. You can also add slices of red onion. If you would prefer, dice the red onion, and cook it along with the egg mixture. This will add a lot of flavor to the eggs and the burrito.

I have been a chef for over 16 years. I cook in New York, NY where chefs need to be 100% on their game because the competitive nature and amazing cuisine in New York is off the charts. My specialty types of cuisine are Italian, German, Greek, Mexican, and Southern.

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