Today I bring you the recipe of burritos that you have been dreaming of. They are light, healthy and very rich and will serve you the same to take to the office as for lunch or dinner at home.

You know that on weekdays I try to take care of myself and take care of mine, although that doesn't mean that food has to be boring. I am the first aware that we do not always have time to dedicate to the kitchen because with the life we lead, the work leaves us no time for almost nothing.

And thinking about that short time and making it easy for you, I've prepared these burritos that get me out of trouble on many occasions. The base is the turkey breast ElPozo wellness which, in addition to being reduced in salt, has no fat.

I like it because it is cooked turkey breast, i.e. it has neither starches nor starches and nor does it have lactose or gluten. But mostly I love it because it is very versatile and I can use it in a lot of dishes.

I leave you this link where you can find a lot of healthy recipe ideas for any time of the day. But now let's go get these light breast burritos and guacamole!


  • 2 ripe avocados
  • a few drops of lime juice
  • coriander leaves
  • half fresh spring onions
  • 4 whole wheat tortillas
  • some cherry tomatoes
  • some shredded orange Cheddar cheese
  • 1 pack of ElPozo BienStar turkey breast slices


Cut the avocados in half and remove the bone (reserve the bone). Using a spoon, remove the meat from the avocado and put it in a bowl.

Using a fork, crush the avocado as much as possible. Then add the lime juice, chopped coriander and very chopped fresh spring onions.

Move well and rectify salt. Put the avocado bone inside and reserve (the bone will prevent the avocado from rusting and guacamole will maintain its beautiful green color).

Heat a frying pan and lightly brown the whole tortillas for a minute on each side.

Take an omelette and put a spoonful of guacamole on it. Add some shredded cheddar cheese.

Cover with a few slices of turkey breast. Finish with some chopped coriander and some cherry tomatoes. Enjoy!

Collaboration with El Pozo BienStar

Tips and Tricks

  • You can replace guacamole with roasted vegetables like peppers, aubergines
  • Put a few drops of tabasco to have a spicy version
  • Difficulty: easy
  • Preparation time: 10 minutes
  • Servings: 4

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