Recipe by Brooke McCorkhill
"This is the best bean burrito ever!"
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1 (10 inch)
vegetarian refried beans
ground black pepper
low-fat sour cream
hot pepper sauce
I love the burrito's but did add chopped lettuce, a little grated cheese and a dab of salsa!
AWFUL! Am I the only one that thinks American Cheese isn't a real cheese? Especially not one that is used in mexican dishes. Once I took the cheese out of it and added onion, bell pepper, cumin, corriander, chili powder, garlic, black olives, black beans, chopped tomato and some avacado I had my standard burrito which my 6 year old said was WAY better...betterer a million T-rexes big than this one.
This is one thing my son and I definitely agree on. I love refried beans and I love even more that my son will eat them. I left out the sour cream, hot sauce & peppers for his sake, but it was still good. Sometimes when I don't have shredded cheddar, I just use a slice of Kraft singles and it works out just fine. Usually he can't tell the difference. Thanks for a simple but kid friendly recipe Brooke.
This recipe was very good. However, I made the following adjustment to it. First, I warmed up the refried beans and added a tbs of salsa, garlic powder and 1/4 of pinto beans. I also sauteed onions and green peppers and cut up tomatoes. Then I piled up the burritos as follow... beans, sauteed onions and green peppers, tomatoes, shredded cheddar cheese, sour cream and salsa. Wrap up the burrito and placed them on a greased pan for about 12minutes. My family loved these burritos. I served them with spanish rice. This was so good, my family requested it again the next night.
No, not the "best" but I thought they were fairly good and extra points for being super easy, although heating everything in the microwave would be even easier. I slopped some extra sour cream and taco sauce on top. My one big complaint that no one has mentioned: I doubled the filling because I wanted to make two. And that was just barely enough to fill a 10" tortilla. I even double-checked the recipe that it hadn't been meant for a smaller one. I cannot imagine 1/4 cup beans and slice of cheese even remotely matching a 10" tortilla, unless you just enjoy eating tortillas.
Easy but needed more spices for me. Next time I might add some salsa mixture or new spices.
we made it it is easy and sooooooooo good
i made this for the little girl i nanny for. both she and i loved it! extremely easy and fast to make!
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Serving Size: 1/1 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 1
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 90
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