One 13.5in. flour tortilla
¼ cup chopped green bell pepper
¼ cup chopped yellow onion
¼ cup shredded sharp cheddar cheese
¼ cup diced tomato
1 handful of rice
2 cloves garlic
3 strips peppered bacon
Louisiana hot sauce
¼ cup guacamole
When I first started weightlifting I weighed approximately 96 kilos just coming out of the Marine Corps. Over the course of a half a year I cooked up a breakfast burrito each morning and eventually pushed my bodyweight to a strong and solid 105 kilos. You can alternate this recipe if you want with shredded potato's instead of rice and it still tastes great. Eating one of my breakfast burritos in the morning is a sure way to help you get through training for the day and pack on some serious muscle.
Boil up your rice on the stove top and after is has fluffed up squeeze some lime juice into the rice with some butter and set it aside after you mix it up. Render your bacon in a skillet and once it has gotten crispy remove it and saute' your bell pepper, onion, salt, and garlic in the grease until the vegetables have softened and all three give off a great smell. Set your vegetables and bacon aside and in the same skillet scramble your eggs with a pinch of salt.
To assemble everything together spread some sour cream across your tortilla after you have put it in the microwave to soften. Place your rice in the tortilla followed with your eggs, bacon, and vegetables then place your diced tomatoes on top with your cheese. Drizzle some hot sauce on top of everything and then wrap it all up in your monster tortilla. I eat my breakfast burrito with guacamole on the side and spoon an even amount with each bite. This recipe is guaranteed to pack on 15 kilos to your total. Enjoy!