South of the Border Wraps

South of the Border Wraps

"Grilled in a skillet, this savory entree is a winning way to add some spice to your menus! This easy recipe brings the taste of the Southwest into your kitchen, no matter where you live."
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20 m servings
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  1. In a bowl, mash beans slightly. Add salsa, onions and cilantro. Spread over tortillas. Sprinkle with tomato and cheese. Roll up tightly. Melt butter in a large skillet. Add tortillas, seam side down; cook until golden on all sides, adding additional butter if necessary. Serve immediately.

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SO good - and fairly healthy, w/ less butter (recommend melting & brushing on w/ pastry brush so you use a lot less) & low-fat cheese. Served w/ brown rice mixed w/ salsa & low-fat sour cream o...

Easy and delicious, with room for personal taste adjustment. What more do you need? Don't add too much filling or it will be impossible to roll, but if the wrap starts to open on the pan, don't ...

oh my!! This was amazing! I do not change recipes but I had to add chicken, I like my kids to have meat with dinner I bolied the chick and shredded it. I was totally shocked when my kids cleared...

Easy and yummy! We dipped ours in homemade guacamole.

easy meal to prepare. i upped the cilantro and added some sauteed red bell pepper and onions to the mix and they turned out great. worked great as lunch wraps.

These were excellent! My husband and I really enjoyed these.

Delicious!! I added chicken to mine. I will buy the bigger tortillas next time as regular sized seemed a bit small.

This was yummy! I used organic black beans, homemade salsa, doubled the cilantro and I used less cheese on mine than I did my husband. I added just a little of my casa dressing in with the black...

I attempted to cut fat by using olive oil spray instead of butter, which I do not recommend as the tortilla stuck to the pan and the wrap started to fall apart. Fail! Nonetheless, I was able to ...

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