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My family really liked these. I wrapped two at a time in foil, and then froze a bunch in a gallon-size freezer bag. It really held up well in the cooler, and by the time we ate them later in the week they were thawed. I warmed them on the grill right in side the foil packets. Warning if you have small kids - these stay really hot for a long time, so I recommend opening the foil to let the steam out for 5-10 minutes before eating.

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Heather'sCookin July 27, 2013

These were yummy! I fried up some beef w/ the onion & added a tonne of steak spice (the only thing i had camping). Then spread beans on the burrito, topped w/ cheese & meat & jalapenos. I wrapped them in tinfoil and put them on a grill over the stove-they were sooo good. The fire i was using was pretty hot and they cooked in about 15 minutes. They needed to be turned about half way-they got nice & crunchy too. A huge hit. We had the salsa on the side along with sour cream. i will make this over & over & over!!! Delicious!!!

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um-um-good July 06, 2009

I was searching for camping recipes and came across this. I actually make similar burritos pretty often! College kids eat at weird times, and these burritos are quick and filling when you're on the go.

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noob.in.the.kitchen March 05, 2009
Bean Burritos/ Simple for Camping