How to make the BEST breakfast burrito ever: Home cook shares her 15-minute recipe and it’s sure to take your weekend brunch to a whole new level
- Ayeh Far has revealed how to make the perfect breakfast burrito in 15 minutes
- She layers potato gems, avocado, sun dried tomatoes and egg in a wrap
- She also includes hot sauce and serves the wrap with avocado crema
A popular home cook has revealed her 15-minute recipe for the perfect breakfast burrito complete with potato gems and scrambled eggs.
Ayeh Far, who runs the cooking with Ayeh Instagram and TikTok pages, dipped her finished burrito into avocado crema before eating it, inspiring her fans.
The viral video tutorial, which has been seen by over 262k people, begins with the glamorous young woman from Sydney’s west tucking into her burrito.
Ayeh Far revealed her recipe to the ultimate breakfast burrito
She explained the first step to making the burrito was to cook the potato gems until they are ‘nice and crispy’.
The next thing she does is scramble her eggs before putting the wrap together.
Ayeh lays down her tortilla, adds the potato gems, sliced avocado, sundried tomatoes, eggs, cheese and hot sauce before wrapping it up tight.
She then toasts the outside of her burrito before serving it cut in half with a side of avocado crema.
Ayeh described the meal as ‘the perfect burrito’ and it appeared her fans agreed.
‘Yum, this looks amazing, I need to try it,’ one woman wrote.
While some laughed at the name ‘potato gems’.
Ayeh cooked her potato gems and egg first before laying on a wrap with sun dried tomatoes, avocado, cheese and hot sauce
The popular home cook ate the wrap with a side of avocado crema and described it as ‘perfect’
How can I make the perfect breakfast burrito?
Sun dried tomatoes
Cook your potato gems first, make sure they are golden brown and crispy. Then cool your scrambled eggs.
Place your wrap on a flat surface and layer your ingredients.
Start with the potato gems, avocado and sundried tomatoes. Then add your eggs, cheese and hot sauce.
Wrap your tortilla tightly around the filling and brown in a pan.
Serve with a side of avocado crema.
Source: Cooking with Ayeh
‘In the US we call them tater tots,’ one man said.
‘Gems, love it, way to make something mundane sound wonderful,’ said another.
Others felt taunted by the video.
‘I was thinking about having a breakfast burrito but don’t have any tortillas, why does TikTok have to tempt me so,’ one man wrote alongside the video.
Ayeh has 808k followers on TikTok where she consistently uploads cooking tips and recipes.