Whataburger’s breakfast burrito recipe: The first one to make

In a country with a long history of breakfast burritos, the one-minute, 40-second-long recipe for Whataburgers’ breakfast burrrito has been a staple of the fast-food chain for decades.

But what makes the first version of this classic breakfast burrite so special is the way it’s served.

The burger is made of beef brisket and fried onions and mayo.

It’s served on a lettuce wrap that’s topped with a crunchy tomato bun.

The topping comes from the taco sauce, which comes from a combination of tomato, avocado, and cilantro.

The bun, which has the same kind of crunchy topping, is filled with lettuce and tomato, with a side of fried onions.

But it’s the burger itself that’s the real star of the show.

The only ingredients used in this burger are beef briskets, lettuce, onions, cilantro, and tomato.

That’s it.

The meat itself is ground beef and grilled over a charcoal grill to a medium-rare brown color.

And the lettuce wraps are stuffed with a mixture of tomato sauce, cheddar cheese, and a tomato-based salsa.

These are the ingredients that go into what’s known as a “bread burrito,” a meal that is served with a tortilla and is usually served with two tortillas, lettuce and a roll of bread, along with an assortment of toppings.

The bread is topped with melted cheddar and fried onion and mayonnaise, and is topped by a tomato sauce.

It is served on the bun, and the toppings are either lettuce, tomato, lettuce wrap, or a combination thereof.

For the last ingredient, the burger comes together in the same way it would if you served it on a bread bun, by folding it in half and then flattening the whole thing with your fingers.

This creates the perfect shape for the burger to be served, and you can tell by looking at it how it looks from the outside.

The result is a dish that is not only delicious, but also serves as a quick and easy way to serve up a meal to your family, friends, or coworkers.

What you’ll need: 1 medium-sized brisket 1 medium onion, sliced 1 cup diced tomatoes 1 can tomato sauce 1 can cheddar 1 can shredded cheddar (I used the spicy version) 2 cans shredded mozzarella cheese 2 cans diced tomatoes (I also used the sweet version) 3 tablespoons melted cayenne pepper (I use the mild version) 1 cup of shredded lettuce, roughly chopped (optional) 2 cups shredded tomato, roughly shredded (optional, I like to use the fresh-squeezed version) A tortilla (I usually use a regular one) A roll of cheese (I prefer a shredded version) Instructions: Remove the meat from the brisket.

Place the briskets brisket on a large, cutting board, along the outer edge with the meat.

Spread out the meat on the cutting board.

Place one end of the meat and one end on a baking sheet and spray it with nonstick spray.

Bake the briskette at 400 degrees for 10 minutes.

Remove the briskettes from the oven.

Place all the meat pieces on a serving platter.

Brush the top with non-stick spray and spread the rest of the briskett meat mixture evenly on the platter and serve immediately.

Recipe Notes: If you prefer to serve the burger with a plain bun instead of a bread burrito and/or your favorite taco sauce instead of mayo, simply cut the brisketers brisket into bite-sized pieces.

Spread the meat mixture over the meat, then lay the bun on top of the bun.

(If you prefer a lettuce-wrapped version of the burger, simply slice the lettuce into half, then spread the meat with the lettuce wrap and sandwich on top.)

The next time you make a sandwich with a burger, make sure you leave enough lettuce to cover the lettuce.

Nutrition Facts Whatab Burger’s breakfast sandwich recipe: One minute, 40 seconds.

Amount Per Serving Calories 713 Calories from Fat 714 % Daily Value* Total Fat 5g 10% Saturated Fat 1g 5% Polyunsaturated Fat 2g Monounsaturated Fat 6g Sodium 765mg 31% Potassium 931mg 22% Total Carbohydrates 57g 26% Dietary Fiber 13g 40% Sugars 26g Protein 12g 24% Vitamin A 10.5% Vitamin C 1.1% Calcium 3.7% Iron 15.9% * Percent Daily Values are based on a 2000 calorie diet.