Ingredients Jump to Instructions ↓

  1. 1 1/2 lbs ground beef

  2. 1 large onion chopped small

  3. 1 large green bell pepper chopped small (may leave out if you don't do bell pepper)

  4. 2 pkgs Taco seasoning (I used medium Taco Bell)

  5. 1 14 oz can petite diced tomatoes drained

  6. 1 16 oz jar Pace Mild Chunky Salsa

  7. 1 16 oz can Old El Paso Refried Beans

  8. a whole bunch of flour tortillas

  9. 1 16 oz bag of finely shredded 4 cheese Mexican Cheese Blend

  10. Sour Cream

Instructions Jump to Ingredients ↑

  1. Saute onion and bell pepper in small amout of oil until tender. Add ground beef and cook and break up until ground beef is thoroughly cooked. Drain. Add taco seasoning. Stir well. Add tomatoes, salsa, and refried beans and stir well until well blended. Heat on low until thoroughly heated through. Warm tortillas in microwave until pliable (Her husband actually heats them in a skillet with a pat of butter, not to brown but just to softten, flips and does the other side, and then lies them on a plate to be filled, but I was too lazy to do that step, but you can)

  2. Put a couple of spoons of filling in the center of each tortilla, top with small spoon of sour cream and sprinkle with a spoon or two of cheese. Roll up burrito style. May be put into freezer containers at this point, or plate and sprinkle with cheese and then nuke to melt the cheese. Serve with taco sauce.

  3. The yummiest new Mexican thing I've had in awhile!

  4. This made a huge bowl full of burrito filling. I used the small tortillas though, and the trick with burritos is not to overfill them although you're tempted to do just that. Otherwise the filling leaks out the ends. So I soften them up and then watch how much filling I'm using and then after I fold them, I lie them down on the folded side to keep them from reopening. Just a couple of small spoons per burrito. Then you add cheese and sour cream if you like it. It made about 30. I actually stashed a couple dozen, so about 24. If you used the larger tortillas, you won't get as many and it depends on how much you stuff them. If you're going to plate them right away and not try to freeze, then folding is not as important and you can just roll them up and nuke and serve, leaking filling and all. :)Yield: serves 0 Notes:


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