- 4 wraps or tortillas
- 4 eggs
- 2 tbsp of cricket powder
- 2 tbsp of tomato paste
- 50 grams of parmesan
- 1 clove of garlic
- Salt and pepper to taste
- A handful of fresh basil
- Finely cut the garlic and basil
- Crack open the eggs in a bowl and whisk together with everything else except for the wraps and tomato paste
- Heat up oil in one or two pans, and pour 1/4 of the egg mix into one pan
- Spread 1/4 of the tomato paste on a wrap and quickly (within 60 seconds) put the wrap on the egg
- Give the wrap a firm press so the uncooked top of the egg sticks to it
- Flip a couple times and fry both sides for about 2 minutes until golden brown
- Repeat either four or two times for all the egg wraps
- Roll those protein-rich egg wraps or stuff with some veggies if you like and enjoy a quick but different lunch
One of our favorite and alternative dishes for breakfast if we treat ourselves is a breakfast burrito. Usually stuffed with egg, cheese and a lot of veggies, this is an awesome start of the day.
Watching Nadiya's time to eat on Netflix, we got inspired by the simplicity and awesomeness of her egg rolls. As basic as it gets, you will only need some eggs and tortillas. Crack the eggs open in a bowl and whisk them and start frying an omelet in the pan. Quickly after, you have to put the tortilla on top of the egg so that it sticks to the uncooked part of the egg.
From this point on, you can add about anything you would add to a regular omelet to the tortilla version as well. The taste of cricket flour fits perfectly to it, and combined with some parmesan cheese and fresh spices, you have an awesome lunch alternative that is done in minutes.
And the best part about it: if you add some typical breakfast veggies like beans, onion and avo into the mix and you have a quick and homemade breakfast egg burrito!