Bean burritos #1
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Bean burritos #1
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Last updated 6/12/2012 1:07:44 AM. Recipe ID 33868. Report a problem with this recipe.
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      Title: Bean burritos #1
 Categories: Vegetable
      Yield: 12 Servings
           Refried beans from two
           -pounds of beans
     12 lg Flour tortillas
      8 oz Shredded cheese
      1 lg Onion; chopped fine
           Chopped peppers as desired
   Now that you've made a big bowl of refried beans, you're probably
  wondering what to do with them. I always turn them into a big batch
  of bean burritos which can be microwaved on demand for a quick,
  cheap, filling meal.
   All ingredients besides the beans and tortillas should be considered
  optional.  Decide what you like in your burritos and add it in.
   Get the tortilla wraps to room temperature and separate them.  Make
  sure they can be folded without cracking; if this is a problem it may
  help to warm them in a microwave a bit.
   For each burrito:
  1.  Lay one tortilla on your working surface.  Spoon exactly one
  twelfth of the bean mixture onto the center of the tortilla in a
  roughly rectangular blob.  Sprinkle some cheese & onion on the bean
  2.  Fold in the tortilla to form the two ends of the burrito.  Fold
  one of the side flaps over the top and around the other side of the
  bean mix; you'll almost tuck it in under the bean mix so as to force
  the burrito into a round shape. Fold the other side over. [If you
  can't understand what to do from these instructions don't sweat it
  too much; as long as you completely enclose the filling you're okay,
  and it's not hard to figure out your own folding method.] Set the
  burrito aside with these folded sides on the bottom.
   These freeze quite nicely.  Two of these large ones (or one with side
  dishes) makes a meal.  You could of course make smaller ones using the
  smaller wraps, though I'm not sure how many you'll get.
   An excellent variation is to brown a half pound to a pound of ground
  beef or turkey, drain it, and stir it into the refried beans before
  assembling burritos. -- Kenneth Herron University
  of Kentucky +1 606 257 1429 Dept. of Mathematics "If you ever drop
  your keys in a river of molten lava, let 'em go because, man, they're
  From archives.  Downloaded from Glen's MM Recipe

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Recipe ID 33868 (Apr 03, 2005)

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