Cooking instruments: air fryer, a cutting board, a bowl, a knife Tip: For this recipe, you are going to need an air fryer that comes with a basket separator. That way, you’ll be able to cook the eggs and the veggies at once, without mixing the ingredients, and while saving a lot of time and cleanup efforts. Take a look at our recommended Black+Decker HF110SBD air fryer with a separator, for more inspiration!
Half ready-made, with bought tortillas, and half incredibly easy to make, with air fried eggs and veggies, this Burrito is a special breed. A hearty meal for the entire family, the absolute weekend breakfast, easy to spice up and perfect to warm you from head to toes!
Put the bell peppers and the onion on the cutting board and finely slice it.
Break the eggs and whisk them in a bowl.
Prepare the air fryer, placing the basket separator inside and having it ready for cooking.
Season the eggs with salt and pepper and pour it in one half of the frying basket.
In the other half, place the sliced bell peppers and the onion.
Let it cook at 330 F for 6-7 minutes.
Check out the eggs and take it out if necessary – the veggies might need a few extra minutes.
Place the eggs on the cutting board and cut it into rough slices.
Split the eggs and the cooked veggies for each of the 7-8 tortillas and wrap it up hot.
Nutritional information Calories 425 Total Fat 24g Sodium 990mg Total carbs 38g Dietary fiber 2g Sugars 3g Protein 13g
Try it with a twist:
This recipe was inspired by Daniel Norton’s Air Fryer Cookbook, with clear indications on how to make your own tortillas at the air fryer. We thought, however, that it would be a significantly lengthier process, which is why we’ve shortened it with ready-made tortillas. Feel free to season it with some extra ingredients and bring it closer to your favorite burrito recipe!
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