I've said it before, and I'll say it again: Taco Bell is the best hangover food. I think it has something to do with the fact that it's about as disgusting as I feel, so it just kind of balances out.
But what do you do when you wake up hungover and feel way too lazy and cheap (and I know, it's super cheap) to drive to Taco Bell? You can do what I did which is ultimately way more time consuming than just getting your ass out of bed and to a drive-through, but it was also way more worth it. (Sorry Taco Bell, I still love you.)
1 large flour tortilla
1/2 tbs. mayo
1 tsp. sriracha
2 small potatoes
1 slice cheese (I used colby jack)
1 tsp. jalapeño cream cheese (optional)
3 pieces bacon, cooked
Preheat the oven to 400 degrees. Prepare a baking sheet with aluminum foil.
Dice the potatoes and coat them in olive oil and any seasoning you want. Bake in the oven for about 25 minutes. If you happen to have leftover potatoes from some other meal you made that week, then just reheat those in a pan to crisp them up a bit - that's what I did.
In a small bowl, combine the mayo and sriracha. Then spread a little bit (or a lot, it's your food) in the center of the tortilla.
I whisked together my egg with the jalapeño cream cheese and then just scrambled it.
Then just layer the ingredients. I did a layer of sriracha mayo, then bacon (that I broke into pieces to fit in the center), then cheese, then potatoes, then egg.
It's key to keep everything in the center of the tortilla that way you can wrap it up.
You're going to want to fold all of the sides in to cover the filling completely. It's ok if the tortilla tears a little bit.
Then heat up two frying pans, spray one with cooking spray and place the crunchwrap folded side down. Spray the top of the crunchwrap with cooking spray, and use the other heated pan to press it down. This will flatten it out, crisp it up, and seal it together so it won't unfold.
Let it cook on high for about a minute or until it's nice and golden. Flip, and repeat.
I wish I had taken pictures of the process so it would be easier to explain, but hopefully this isn't too confusing. Comment if you need help!
I'm Kirsten. Big time foodie, all around goofball, and freelance marketer.