Mango Sausage Potato Breakfast Burrito

Menu Part: 
Entree
Cuisine Type: 
American
Serves: 
12

Combining mangos, cheese, potatoes and sausage, this burrito is filled with flavor and nutrition to start the day off right.

Ingredients

1 ½ lb. diced small red potatoes
1 ½ lb. spicy sausage, casings removed
2 tbsp. olive oil
3 ripe mangos (9 count*) peeled, pitted, diced
1 ¼ cups (6 oz.) shredded Monterey Jack cheese
3 tbsp. chopped cilantro
12 small whole-wheat tortillas 

Steps

  1. In medium microwave-safe bowl, toss diced potatoes with oil and cover tightly with plastic wrap. Microwave until cooked through, about 5 minutes. Drain potatoes, set aside.
  2. In medium nonstick skillet, cook sausage until no longer pink and internal temperature reaches 170°F, about 10 minutes. Remove from pan with slotted spoon; drain and cool on paper towel-lined plate.
  3. Heat same skillet over medium heat and add potatoes. Cook until golden brown, about 5 minutes. Transfer hot potatoes to large bowl and mix with cooked sausage, mango, cheese and cilantro. Divide sausage and potato mixture among tortillas.

Recipe by National Mango Board

Additional Tips

Additional Tips

*9 count mango weighs about 18 oz. and yields approximately 11 oz. useable fruit. One cup 3/8-in. diced mango weighs 6.35 oz.

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