Kitchen Tip Tuesdays: Burritos
We love burritos!
For delicious meatless burritos, I make my beans and rice as described here, splash some Tapatio hot sauce inside, wrap in a flour tortilla and serve with sour cream. Easy, affordable, and delicious! :)
This is how I warm the flour tortillas, when we all want to fill our own at the meal.
When serving burritos for a crowd, I gather all the ingredients (warm or cold) and start assembling the burritos. Yehoshua was my helper a few weeks ago when we made burritos to take to church for the meal.
These are cooked pinto beans, mozzarella cheese, cooked basmati rice, and cheddar cheese.
When we finished, we had two full 9x13's of burritos. I covered the tops with foil and refrigerated. When we were ready to warm them, I baked them covered at 325 degrees for almost an hour. I like to serve them with sour cream and Tapatio (of course!). :) So easy!
We also love breakfast burritos and burritos with taco fillings (meat, beans, sour cream, cheese, lettuce, tomato, salsa).
Before our new baby arrives, I plan to make up several kinds of burritos, wrap each one individually in foil, and place in a bag in the freezer (labeled!). I haven't tried warming the frozen burritos yet, but a friend said her frozen ones (wrapped in foil) take about 30 minutes at 350 degrees, resting directly on the oven rack. Sounds easy!
Do any of you have burrito tips to add to my post? I'd love to hear! :)
Bethany has a photo tutorial on how she folds her burritos. I do it similarly, though I put a bit more filling inside than she shows, and don't wrap the sides in nearly so far.
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