Egg Sunny Side Up Tortilla – Gluten Free Breakfast

Its pretty much basic knowledge that breakfast is essential for a healthy lifestyle. Over the last few months one of my healthy lifestyle choices was going gluten-free. Its been such a struggle, especially when making gluten-free breakfast.

Breakfast typically consist of high gluten foods. Breads, pastries, cereal and even your basic porridge sometimes contain gluten. I have been on a trial and error mission working on gluten-free recipes and this is the first time I’m actually speaking about this on my blog.

I finally feel comfortable sharing my journey with you, in form of my recipes. The typically high gluten produce in this recipe (the tortilla) was not made from scratch. Still, I feel it is important to share how to pair store-bought gluten-free produce. Which are typically dry and might seem difficult to use in preparing a meal.

Tortilla wraps are usually easy to wrap like a pouch, hence why it’s called a wrap. The gluten-free wrap on the other hand are dry and dense. So they break easily and are quite difficult to work with.

Whatever you choose to pair your tortilla wrap with is very important. As the wrap is dry and dense, it is good to pair it with something light and moist. What I’ve realized with gluten-free cooking is that ‘less is more’. Using light seasonings and keeping it fresh.

I opted for simple fried eggs, salad and olive oil dressing. You can always mix it up however you like. Try it, Enjoy it. xo

Immaculate. Xo

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Egg Sunny Side Up Tortilla Yum
  1. Sprinkle some water on both sides of the tortilla wrap and place in a large pan over high heat for 1 minute on both sides.
  2. Remove the tortilla from pan and lay it on a plate. Place the salad on top and set aside.
  3. Reduce the heat on the pan to medium, pour in the olive oil and when hot break and pour the eggs into the pan one at a time
  4. Using a small spoon, slowly scoop some of the oil from the side of the pan unto the top of the eggs so it cooks evenly and until the whites are completely set but the yolks are not too hard.
  5. Using a spatula, take the eggs from the pan and place it on the plate of tortilla with the salad.
  6. Pour the left over olive oil in the pan over the tortilla and season with salt and pepper. Enjoy.

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