If you like quiche, omelets, breakfast burritos, or breakfast for dinner, you should give this Sausage, Tomato, and Green Onion Wrap a try. It’s quick and easy, healthy, inexpensive and is great for breakfast, lunch or dinner. We went with sausage, tomato and green onions but you can switch those out for any meats and/or veggies that you like. If you think of it as a handheld omelet, it’s easy to come up with ingredient combinations that you will love.
This is probably the first recipe that Michael and I disagreed on since we launched Jason’s Cooking. Michael liked it and I wasn’t a huge fan – mostly because I found it bland and boring. I’m not going to write this recipe off completely because I do think it has potential…I’m just not in a hurry to make it again. Next time I will definitely add cheese!!
- 1 Tbs Butter
- 6 Eggs
- ¼ Cup Milk
- 2 Green Onions, Sliced
- ½ tsp Salt
- ½ tsp Black Pepper
- 2 Chicken and Apple Smoked Sausages
- ¾ Cup Cherry Tomatoes, Quartered
- 4 Whole Wheat Wraps
- Melt the butter in a medium-sized non-stick pan over medium heat.
- In a large bowl, beat the eggs, milk, salt, and pepper until they are well scrambled.
- Split the sausages in half lengthwise and then cut into ¼ inch thick slices.
- Add the sausage and the green onions to the egg mixture and pour it into the pan to cook. Leave the eggs alone for about a minute so that the bottom layer can set up a bit.
- Using long strokes with a rubber spatula, gently push the eggs around every 30 seconds or so. Don’t fuss with them, you’re looking for big, creamy curds.
- The eggs are done when they set and still look a little moist (about 3 minutes). Stir the tomatoes into the egg mixture, and remove the pan from the heat.
- Divide the egg mixture among the 4 wraps, wrap them up like a burrito and serve!
Remember: if your eggs look done in the pan, they’ll be overcooked on the plate. Take them off the heat when they still look a tiny bit moist and let carryover cooking do the rest.
This recipe is the epitome of quick and easy so freezing isn’t necessary.
Michael doesn’t like uncooked tomatoes but he loves green onions.