Tuesday, May 3, 2011

South of the Border Burritos {Totally Tasty Tuesdays}

Hola! Since Cinco de Mayo is coming up, I am sharing a yummy Mexican recipe today. It's a wrap/burrito. Mess free eating at its best. And oh so yummy. I made a roast and shredded it up for this, but you could also use  ground beef. My children liked it so that makes this a keeper in my kitchen. Happy Cinco de Mayo!

3 c. shredded beef
2 Tbsp. Taco seasoning
1 can Pinto beans, drained
1 pkg. Zatarains Dirty Rice 
shredded cheddar cheese
6 flour tortilla

Prepare rice as directed on the package, excluding the beef. Add beef, taco seasoning, and beans. Spoon onto tortillas. Sprinkle with cheese. Fold in the bottom end of the tortilla and wrap it up. Place seam side down a plate and microwave each one for 30 seconds. Eat as is or top with salsa or anything else you like.
If making with ground beef, cook it and then go on as explained.



  1. Right up my alley Mandy! Sounds easy enough too - will definitely have to try this one. I linked up my (sugar free option) Sunshine punch - have a great week - OLE!

  2. YUM! These look so good! I am going to have to give these a try!


  3. That looks so fantastic. I love Mexican food and could eat it every day!

  4. Mmmmmm this burrito sounds perfect! Mexican food is without a doubt my fave! Can't get enough! : )

  5. Hi Mandy.I will definitely try your Burrito.It looks so delicious.I just shared my Baked Chicken tortilla Wrap.Thanks for hosting

  6. Looks fab my boys would love it!!

  7. I love all the links! Yumm... Thanks for all the great comments : )

  8. Those burritos look delicious! Thanks for sharing :)

  9. Perfect Recipe for this week! :)

    Glad to see you here (again)

  10. So simple! That's what I like. Thanks for linking this up to Fat Camp Friday, hope to see you next week!

  11. We heart mexican food...that opening picture is an eye catcher for sure!!! Love the detail of the rice:-) Thank for linking up!!!

  12. Burritos are one of my favorite things ever!! I've never tried them with dirty rice before. Will definitely try it.

    Thanks for linking up at Weekend Potluck. I'm pinning this to my main dishes board.


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