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Great recipe and tastes delicious. And so simple to make - mix in the bowl and roll into a tortilla. I made it for a second time - the first time was very good This time I added a generic brand of rotel tomatoes and a small can of chopped green chilis. Very good. I make enough for 15 or so burritos which will take me through 14 breakfasts. I love having these for breakfast.
Everyone loved this burritos, even the picky kids. This is a winner
WOW! I followed the recipe to a "T" except I used corn with diced peppers and a monterey and cheddar blend. For something as simple as this, IT IS AWESOME! Thanks so much. This would be great at a pot luck with a side of sour cream and salsa. Makes a TON!
This is a great idea!! We love these. We make them with the 1 point 10 inch tortillas that are real thin. The bean and cheese mixture comes out to 3 points. So that's a filling 4 point meal especially if you add saltines. Next time I will make it with 2 cans of rotel. Thanks!!!
this was pretty good. I added some adobo seasoning just to give it some extra flavor. I would also ( in the future) add extra cheese, probably cheddar or mexican blend.
This was another dish that my picky hubby really liked! He was skeptical due to the meatlessness of the dish, but once he took a bite, he was sold! I adjusted the amounts to make only 6 (two for now, four for later) and it came out fine. It was also super easy - you can mix it all together in one pot! Hubby wishes there was a cheesey-er inside or some kind of sauce to go over it, but I was happy to just add sour cream.
These are fabulous. I made a very small amount the first time to make sure that I liked them and they froze and warmed ok. Then I went back and made a big batch and have them in the freezer. I took some camping with us too and they were great. I will keep these in the freezer all the time now.