Make a Ugandan Rolex Breakfast Burrito

A Rolex is classic Ugandan street food, sold at roadside stalls across Kampala and other urban towns. Despite the name, it has nothing to do with expensive watches! Vendors shouting ‘rolled eggs’ often sounded like they were saying ‘Rolex’, and the name has stuck! You can even mix and match what you add to the egg to suit your preferences – we think that a bit of bacon or sausage might be nice!

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