Breakfast Wraps

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Fishbones
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2003/11/23 10:11:05 (permalink)

Breakfast Wraps

I am not pleased with the fillings in the Breakfast Wraps that fast food restaurants are selling these days. What the heck is THAT stuff anyway?
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    Fishbones
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    RE: Breakfast Wraps 2003/11/29 00:50:00 (permalink)
    Just like i thought....ya just shove it down your throat and dont give two cents
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    tiki
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    RE: Breakfast Wraps 2003/11/29 06:22:07 (permalink)
    Never eaten a breakfast "wrap"----are they the same as breakfast burritos?
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    UncleVic
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    RE: Breakfast Wraps 2003/12/21 17:13:14 (permalink)
    Makes me think of someone taking yesterdays or the day before leftovers and wrapping them in a flour tortilla to hide whats in there till it's too late... hmmm... Green Eggs and Ham comes to mind!

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    lleechef
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    RE: Breakfast Wraps 2003/12/21 18:19:43 (permalink)
    When I was Operations Manager of L'Aroma Bakery and Deli we made breakfast burritos......sauteed fresh peppers and onions, fresh scrambled eggs, salsa, cheese and ham in a soft tortilla shell....$3.50. We couldn't make them fast enough for the early morning crowd. Don't know what the fast food places are making, I never ate one.
    The exact defination of a burrito is a flour tortilla filled with savory ingredients, folded and wrapped up. So we were making breakfast buritos. If you make the same concoction with, for example, lavash bread, it's a wrap. Technicality.....same basic thing.
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    EliseT
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    RE: Breakfast Wraps 2003/12/21 21:13:34 (permalink)
    I thought it was the folding method...if using the traditional 4-fold method it's a burrito, but rolling something up like a jelly-roll (and usually having cold fillings) makes it a wrap.
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    JimInKy
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    RE: Breakfast Wraps 2003/12/22 04:41:01 (permalink)
    quote:
    Originally posted by EliseT

    I thought it was the folding method...if using the traditional 4-fold method it's a burrito, but rolling something up like a jelly-roll (and usually having cold fillings) makes it a wrap.

    Thanks Elise; I've learned something. I've never eaten breakfast wraps or burritos, but I recently tried something new for breakfast that I really like: a scrambled egg sandwich.

    Use butter (generously) and cook the eggs just enough. You want soft, nearly wet eggs.

    A nice change.
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