Hello, breakfast lovers! I'm going to share something amazing with you today, and it all begins with the delicious smoky beef brisket from Urban Smokehouse. If you haven't had it yet, you're in for a smokey, savory treat that will change the way you think about breakfast.

So, what's all the fuss about? This is not your typical breakfast dish—we're talking about our brisket breakfast burrito. The amazing smoked beef brisket, our flagship ingredient, is the start of this flavorful journey.

brisket breakfast burrito with lime wedges

Now, don't let the fancy name scare you. We prioritize flavor and tenderness in our smoked beef brisket. We carefully cook it at low heat to get the ideal texture and flavor, transforming every mouthful into an amazing adventure.

Imagine a tender tortilla encasing a substantial serving of smoked beef brisket from Urban Smokehouse. This type of meat will have you questioning why you ever gave up on something better. We've served it with incredibly fluffy scrambled eggs that will literally melt in your mouth. The cheddar cheese rounds everything off with a touch of sautéed onions and a creamy, luscious treat.

If you're looking for a breakfast experience that's out of this world, get to know the smokey appeal of Urban Smokehouse's smoked beef brisket. This burrito is an invitation to a morning of happiness, smiles, and delectable flavors. Our Brisket Breakfast Burrito is here to prove that breakfast can be just as amazing as you are. So why not enjoy every second of your day with us and get your day off to a great start?

Serving Size: 2  Prep Time: 15 mins    Cook Time: 15 mins


  • 1 cup of shredded Urban Smokehouse smoked brisket
  • Pepper and salt to taste
  • ¼ cup sautéed onion
  • 4 eggs
  • ½ cup shredded cheese
  • Cooking oil for sautéing
  • 2 flour tortillas, large


  1. Heat the pack of Urban Smokehouse smoked beef brisket by following the instructions written on the packet. You can heat the Urban Smokehouse smoked beef brisket using a microwave or stovetop for fifteen mins. When the brisket is heated, take a fork and chop or shred them into bite-size pieces.
  2. Now, take a bowl and crack the eggs in it. Season the eggs using pepper and salt. Whisk the eggs till they are fully combined.
  3. Take a pan and heat it on medium flame. Add some oil to the pan, then pour the beaten eggs. Cook the eggs till they are set, and then remove the eggs from the heat.
  4. Take another skillet and warm the tortillas for thirty seconds on each side. Warm them till they are slightly toasted.
  5. Place the tortillas on a flat surface and then divide your scrambled eggs equally between them.
  6. Spread the eggs across the center of both the tortillas.
  7. Now add sauteed onion, shredded Urban Smokehouse Smoked Beef Brisket, and cheddar cheese on the top.
  8. To assemble each burrito, fold the tortilla in half lengthwise and roll it up from the bottom to form a tidy little packet.
  9. Your brisket breakfast burritos are ready. You can enjoy them as it is or serve them with your favorite dips.

Nutritional value: Calories: 540kcal | Carbohydrates: 25g | Protein: 32g | Fat: 35g 


burrito bowl in a serving dish

Breakfast Burrito Bowl

For a change of pace, turn your tortilla into a deconstructed bowl. Serve the ingredients in a bowl rather than wrapping them up into tortillas. Start with cooked brown rice or quinoa as a basis, and then add the Urban Smokehouse Smoked beef brisket, cheese, sautéed vegetables, and scrambled eggs in layers. Add your preferred toppings, such as guacamole, sour cream, or salsa. You may enjoy the same flavors in a new way with this innovative spin on the traditional breakfast burrito.

Fresh Avocado Fiesta

Avocado adds rich, creamy nutrition to your burrito. Ripe avocados are sliced and arranged on the tortilla before the other ingredients are added. The smokey brisket and eggs are wonderfully complemented by the avocado's inherent smoothness. Drizzle some lime juice and season the avocado slices with salt and pepper to improve the flavor experience. Every bite delivers an explosion of richness and freshness as a result.

Vegetarian Bliss

Swap the beef brisket for a colorful, fresh vegetable mix if you're a vegetarian. Add the bell peppers, mushrooms, onions, and spinach and sauté till soft and aromatic. To add bright flavor, season with your preferred herbs and spices, like thyme or oregano. Mix this veggie mixture with cheese and scrambled eggs. The outcome? A hearty and filling breakfast burrito loaded with veggies and protein.

Smoky Chipotle Sensation

If you're in the mood for something smoky and spicy, try scrambling some chipotle peppers in adobo sauce with your eggs. For a rich, smoky flavor, begin by lightly incorporating a little bit of the adobo sauce into the beaten eggs. Finely chop the chipotle peppers and include them in the egg mixture to give it a spicy kick. The soft brisket should be combined with this hot egg mixture, then topped with cheese and rolled up. The smokey brisket and the fiery chipotle complement each other quite well.

Frequently Asked Questions:

breakfast burrito with lime wedges and sauces

Is it possible to top the brisket breakfast burrito with extra veggies?

Of course! You are free to add your preferred vegetables to your breakfast burrito. Diced tomatoes, spinach, mushrooms, and bell peppers can all be excellent additions. For even more taste and freshness, try experimenting with fresh herbs like cilantro or chives.

Can I replace the cheese in the burrito with a different kind?

Yes, of course! Although cheddar cheese is called for in the recipe, you can use any cheese you choose. Monterey Jack, pepper jack, Swiss, or even crumbled feta can all offer distinct flavors to your brisket breakfast burrito. Select your preferred cheese and savor your personalized morning meal.

Is there a suggested sauce or condiment for the brisket breakfast burrito?

You are free to alter the flavor to your preference. A brisket breakfast burrito can be enhanced with a variety of popular toppings, such as salsa, spicy sauce, sour cream, guacamole, or barbecue sauce for an extra smokey flavor boost. Try out various condiment combinations to find the one that works best for you!

General Questions:

What is a brisket breakfast burrito?

A brisket breakfast burrito is a delectable morning meal that showcases smoked beef brisket as its main ingredient. It consists of soft tortillas filled with scrambled eggs, sautéed onions, and cheddar cheese, combined with the rich and smoky flavor of the brisket, creating a savory breakfast option.

Is this recipe suitable for beginners?

Cooking brisket can be time-consuming and requires patience, but for this recipe, you only need to reheat pre-cooked smoked beef brisket, which is relatively straightforward.

Can I make this burrito for lunch or dinner instead of breakfast?

Absolutely, you can savor a brisket breakfast burrito at any time of the day. It's a versatile dish that can serve as a hearty meal for lunch or dinner as well.

How many burritos does this recipe make?

This recipe yields two brisket breakfast burritos. You can adjust the quantities to prepare more if necessary.

Is this recipe spicy?

The spiciness of this recipe is adaptable to your personal taste. The original recipe doesn't specify spiciness, but if you enjoy a bit of heat, you can add hot sauce or chopped chili peppers to suit your preferences.

Can I make this burrito in advance and reheat it?

Yes, you can prepare the burrito in advance and reheat it when you're ready to enjoy it. Just ensure that you store it in an airtight container in the refrigerator and reheat it using a microwave or oven.

Ingredients Queries:

Do I have to use cheddar cheese, or can I use any cheese I like?

You have the freedom to choose any cheese you prefer. Cheddar cheese is recommended in the recipe, but feel free to use your favorite cheese variety, whether it's Monterey Jack, Swiss, or crumbled feta, to customize the flavor.

Are there any specific brands of tortillas recommended for this recipe?

The recipe doesn't specify a particular brand so you can select any large flour tortillas available at your local store.

What can I substitute for sautéed onions?

If you're not a fan of sautéed onions, you can opt for other vegetables like bell peppers, mushrooms, or spinach to add flavor and texture.

Can I use whole wheat tortillas instead of flour tortillas?

Certainly, you can use whole wheat tortillas as a healthier alternative if you prefer.

Cooking Concerns:

I've never cooked brisket before. Is it difficult to prepare?

Cooking brisket can be time-consuming and requires patience, but for this recipe, you only need to reheat pre-cooked smoked beef brisket, which is relatively straightforward.

What's the best way to cook scrambled eggs without overcooking them?

To achieve perfectly scrambled eggs, cook them over low to medium heat and continuously stir in the pan. Remove them from heat just before they are fully set, as they will continue to cook slightly from the residual heat.

Can I use a non-stick pan for cooking the eggs?

Yes, a non-stick pan is a great choice for cooking scrambled eggs, as it helps prevent sticking and makes handling the eggs easier.

Do I need to use a specific type of oil for sautéing?

You can use any cooking oil of your choice, whether it's vegetable oil or olive oil, for sautéing. Just use a small amount to prevent sticking.

How do I know when the tortillas are toasted enough?

The tortillas should be lightly toasted, which should take about 30 seconds on each side. They will have a pleasant, golden color when they are ready.

Can I use a microwave to heat the brisket if I don't have a stovetop?

Yes, you can use a microwave to heat the smoked beef brisket by following the instructions on the packaging. After heating, be sure to chop or shred it into bite-size pieces for your burrito.

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