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Burritos El Grande

Burritos El Grande recipe
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The classic to-go order makes an appearance in your kitchen with this bean-and-cheese burrito with fresh tomatoes and lettuce. Thumbs-up from the fam on this one.
time
prep:
20 min
total:
20 min
servings
total:
6 servings
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posted:
8/2/2006
Perhaps try enchillada sauce instead of salsa? Overall this was good, but the rice came out somehwhat crunchy since the salsa wasn't liquidy enough.
posted:
7/14/2006
I have 3 teenage boys, and they loved this recipe! We tried it with smaller corn tortillas instead of the 10" ones, and they crumbled as we tried to fold them, so we won't do that again. Great flavor, though.
posted:
6/24/2006
I Tried this recipe my husband loved it! But instead of white rice i used spanish rice it was a hit!!
posted:
5/16/2006
A great recipe! I used Boca Burger, added taco seasoning and omitted the sour cream and cheese. It was delicious!
posted:
5/6/2006
I love this recipe because it has a lot of flavor and it is quick and easy. I thought it did need a little more flavor so I added 1 tablespoon of taco seasoning. Another plus is that my husband really likes it and he likes the fact that this is something he can make.
posted:
5/3/2006
I thought it needed a little spicy kick to it so I added some taco seasoning to the meat mixture. Salsa just wasn't enough flavor for this recipe with plain white rice and ground beef.
posted:
4/30/2006
Very good and easy to make!
posted:
12/16/2005
This was very yummy and a great variation from normal tacos. It made enough for dinner and lunch the next day too! You can make it healthier with whole wheat tortillas, low fat sour cream, and lowfat cheese. I also added an onion to the meat while it cooked. I disagree about cooking the rice first. The salsa soaked into the rice to make it taste like Spanish rice. Thumbs up!
posted:
12/5/2005
Really good but would recomend cooking the rice fully and then just mixing it into the meat mixture.
posted:
11/27/2005
Very filling and easy to make.
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