As English speakers in Korea like to say: "Let me be frank" or "Frankly speaking..." This was not an all-star dinner. However, it has potential and will not be left to suffer the consequences of non-posting...so here you have it, a recipe which I am less than impressed with but choosing to post for reasons completely unexplainable.
Saute in a bit of oil, 2 cloves of Garlic, minced, 1 red onion, diced, and 3-4 small sweet potatoes until the potatoes are tender and/or nearing on crispy. Before adding eggs, chop up a handful of kimchi and add to the burrito mix. Whisk together 4-5 eggs with a touch of salt, pepper, cayenne and a splash of milk, add to skillet and scramble with the veggies. Scoop into large tortillas, top with cheese, sour cream if available (this could be an ingredient that would make these burritos supreme, I'm not sure), and enjoy for breakfast, lunch or dinner! (In our house, burritos are always placed into the oven or on a dry skillet for a few minutes so the tortilla is crispy and the cheese inside is melty!)