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Breakfast Burritos
      #6750 - 04/22/03 09:04 AM
SharonMello

Reged: 01/22/03
Posts: 996
Loc: Groveland, CA

Hi all - here's one I haven't tried yet:

BREAKFAST BURRITOS
Prep time = 15 min
Cook time = 25 min
Servings = 4

1 lg tomato, peeled and diced
veg cooking spray
2 tsp finely chopped basil (or 1/2 tsp dried)
1 c Egg Beaters
1 med potato, peeled and shredded (~1 c)
1/8 tsp ground black pepper
1/4 c chopped onion
4 - 8" flour tortillas warmed
1/3 c shredded soy cheddar or mozzarella cheese

In small bowl combine tomato and basil, set aside.

In lg nonstick skillet, spray with cooking spray, saute potato and onion until tender. Pour Egg Beaters into skillet, sprinkle with s/p. Cook stirring occasionally until mixture is set.

Divide egg mixture evenly between tortillas, top with cheese, fold tortilla over egg mixture, top w/tomato mixture.

This is the kind of recipe you can change to fit your needs or tastes. You could also top with soy sour cream and salsa and maybe a little guacamole, too. I'm making myself hungry!

Sharon

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Re: Breakfast Burritos new
      #6766 - 04/22/03 12:28 PM
Lana_Marie

Reged: 01/31/03
Posts: 1968
Loc: Saskatchewan. Canada

We can have mozzerella cheese? Or does this mean either cheddar cheese or mozza cheese both of which are soy?

Sorry to ask dumb questions LOL, but I am so excited if mozza is ok!

Lana_Marie

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Re: Breakfast Burritos new
      #6767 - 04/22/03 12:53 PM
TessLouise

Reged: 01/21/03
Posts: 540
Loc: Nashville, TN

Sorry, but I'm pretty sure Sharon meant "either cheddar cheese or mozza cheese both of which are soy." Regular dairy mozzarella cheese has all the triggers of every other dairy cheese, sorry.
Amelia

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Re: Breakfast Burritos new
      #6777 - 04/22/03 01:29 PM
Lana_Marie

Reged: 01/31/03
Posts: 1968
Loc: Saskatchewan. Canada

And to think I was that excited for nothing LOL

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Re: Breakfast Burritos new
      #6778 - 04/22/03 01:33 PM
Snow for Sarala

Reged: 03/12/03
Posts: 5430
Loc: West Coast, USA

No way for nothing! If you CAN eat soy...you're VERY lucky--enjoy the mozz./chedder soy cheese (uless of course you hate it). I can't eat soy OR dairy cheese...and rice cheese isn't Kosher...so I'm left with no dairy. Enjoy what you can (hope this brightens your day...I try to look at the positive side of things to cheer people up. As for me...I can't eat any tpe of cheese right now...but on the up side, I've discovered white sweet potatoes...and they're VERY YUMMY)! Have a great day! *hugs*

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Re: They have almond cheese... new
      #6789 - 04/22/03 02:08 PM
HeatherAdministrator

Reged: 12/09/02
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Loc: Seattle, WA

Can't remember the brand (might be SoySation?) but it's really good. I've had the cheddar and American flavors. I've seen it at Fred Meyer health food stores.

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Re: Breakfast Burritos new
      #6793 - 04/22/03 03:04 PM
Lana_Marie

Reged: 01/31/03
Posts: 1968
Loc: Saskatchewan. Canada

You Americans have all the health food stores. We small country Canadians are left with only a handful of the stores. And then they don't even carry very much of anything.

I actually get really frustrated sometimes in trying to find all these foods that we don't have anywhere. Does anyone know if there is a website that you can order off of that will enable us Canadians to enjoy all the American foods? Also - does anyone know if its a good idea to order your food off the internet?

Signed,
Just wanna eat what the Americans eat

AKA Lana_Marie

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Re: Breakfast Burritos new
      #6802 - 04/22/03 04:23 PM
pamk

Reged: 01/29/03
Posts: 30


Hey Sharon, this sounds good. I'll give it a try. I'm really getting sick of oatmeal.

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Re: Breakfast Burritos new
      #6847 - 04/22/03 07:41 PM
SharonMello

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Loc: Groveland, CA

Lana - if soy cheeses agree w/you, then soy mozzarella is okay.! SoyaKaas is really good, too!

Sharon

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Re: Breakfast Burritos new
      #6889 - 04/23/03 08:23 AM
Lana_Marie

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Loc: Saskatchewan. Canada

No offense - but the soy cheese smell terrible and taste even worse. They are so sticky too and they are not good in general. I have now opted to not have any cheeses - which is fine with me!

Lana_Marie

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Re: Breakfast Burritos new
      #6940 - 04/23/03 01:40 PM
SharonMello

Reged: 01/22/03
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Loc: Groveland, CA

Lana - you're not buying the right kind. All of the soy cheeses I have purchased feel and look just like the real thing, especially the mozzarella. Sorry you feel like that. I can't smell, so I don't know what they smell like.

Sharon

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Edited by SharonMello (04/23/03 01:41 PM)

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Re: Breakfast Burritos new
      #6944 - 04/23/03 01:48 PM
*Melissa*

Reged: 02/22/03
Posts: 4508
Loc: ;

The kind of mozzarella I get is rice cheese, and I can't even tell the difference between it and regular. It's really good. We use it for pizza & mozzarella sticks. Now, the cheddar on the other hand, I'm still working on!

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Re: Breakfast Burritos new
      #7612 - 04/27/03 04:19 PM
SarahB

Reged: 03/18/03
Posts: 53
Loc: Cortland, New York

Sharon,

I made these Breakfast Burritos for dinner last night they were wonderful. I added mushrooms because I love them but everything else was the same. Even my husband loved them, which is a big surprise because he is into high fat foods. This is the second recipe of yours that he has liked! Maybe this will help with his cholesterol.

Tonight I made the Crispy Herb Baked Chicken, which you posted in March, it was great too.

Thank you for the great recipes!

Sarah


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Re: Breakfast Burritos new
      #7800 - 04/29/03 08:08 AM
SharonMello

Reged: 01/22/03
Posts: 996
Loc: Groveland, CA

Sarah - glad you liked them. I try hard!

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Re: Breakfast Burritos new
      #9820 - 05/23/03 03:29 PM
Sondra

Reged: 03/14/03
Posts: 11


I am looking for a recipe for soy cheese sticks
does anyone have one???????

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Re: Breakfast Burritos new
      #9821 - 05/23/03 03:36 PM
*Melissa*

Reged: 02/22/03
Posts: 4508
Loc: ;

By soy cheese sticks, do you mean "mozzarella" sticks? If so, I posted this recipe before, and they're really good. Baked Mozzarella Sticks

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Re: They have almond cheese... new
      #255301 - 03/30/06 07:00 AM
sandied

Reged: 03/18/06
Posts: 6
Loc: Millersville, MD

I've been wondering about casein... isn't this the protein in cow's milk that causes all the trouble for IBS'rs? If so than we really need to read labels because it is in many of the cheese alternatives. I have seen it in rice cheeses and in the almond cheeses. True Vegans steer clear of casein so if it meets Vegan requirements it should be free of casein...

Anyway, Heather, can you help me out to better understand casein and should I try to avoid it?

Thanks, Sandie
Obviously a newbie
IBS-D

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