Sure, you can stuff breakfast burritos with bacon, or sausage, or ham. But in New Mexico, I didn't want to do any of those when I could get mine with carne adovada.
'New Mexico' on Serious Eats
When I asked a Santa Fe-native friend what to eat in New Mexico, his response was immediate and unequivocal: "Tia Sophia's breakfast burrito with egg inside, smothered in green or green and red. This is perhaps my favorite food in the world. Don't miss this." With a recommendation like that, how could I? If there were ever a morning-after stomach-soother, this would be it.