"Dinner's on the table in less than an hour with these delicious bean and beef burritos, baked and browned, and topped with a dollop of sour cream." — Daisy Brand
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lean ground beef
garlic cloves, minced
1 (16 ounce) can
fat-free refried black beans
6 (10 inch)
Daisy Brand Sour Cream
1 1/2 cups
finely shredded Mexican cheese blend
I have made these, but my version is lazier. I use about 3/4 cup salsa or picante sauce instead of the onions and taco sauce. I just stir everything together in a big bowl to make a filling, rather than layering the individual burritos, and I also only bake them for 8-10 minutes, without turning; just enough for a firm burrito that's not too crunchy. I have made them with and without ground beef with equally good results. My whole family loves these!
No problems with the recipe--these are easy and taste fine; they're just nothing special. I didn't have refried beans, so I just mashed up some pinto beans and added them to the meat for the last few minutes of cooking. And I added jalapenos. I might make them again; but I might instead look for a recipe that really knocks my socks off. Just my preference!
This was a great recipe! The only thing I did differently was to spray the outside of the burritos with cooking spray prior to baking. I increased the temperature to 400 degrees and baked for about 15 minutes. Then, I turned the oven temperature to broil and cooked 5 minutes more. They came out crispy and delicious. Thanks for the easy recipe!
Made these on New Years Eve. Easy to make and taste great. These are a keeper.
This turned out one of the best burritos I've ever fixed at home. I used dried minced onion about 2 T worth and only 1/4 c Julio's hot salsa since it was "hot" and not mild. I left out the black beans. I just tossed all the filling ingredients in the skillet at the start with about 3/4 c of chicken broth to break down the meat to a fine texture and simmered this until the liquid was gone. (That is how I always brown my taco meat) I had impatient diners so I only let this bake half the time called for and they were only crispy on one side as a result. This was still a huge hit here and my husband even remarked this was probably my best taco meat this year. I am always trying out new recipes. A keeper! Thanks we loved these.
UPDATE 7-27-12: I made this again using 1 cup water and 1 cube chicken bullion at the start to break the meat down to fine particles, 1 TBL dried minced onion and 1 tsp onion powder and then the 1/2 c of medium Julio's salsa (taco sauce) as called for. YUMMO! This is so delicious as works perfectly for the best taco/burrito/enchilada/tostada/taco salad filling.
These were delicious! I used the taco bell taco sauce my husband loves and served it with pico de gallo. very good. will be making again.
Yummy! The only thing I did was use a taco seasoning instead of the spices and wow these we're good! Will make these again.
For some reason this was my first time making burritos. Maybe I thought it would be too difficult, but these are easy and delicious! Followed the recipe except that I used a Mccormick burrito seasoning packet that I had in the cupboard in place of the spices. I also added rice and pinto beans to each burrito whch made a very hearty meal. I will make these again for sure when we want Mexican but are not in the mood for tacos.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Traditional Beef Burritos
Serving Size: 1/6 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 6
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 274
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