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Carne Asada Burrito

  • Prep 10 min
  • Total 15 min
  • Ingredients 9
  • Servings 10
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Ingredients

10
extra-large flour burrito tortillas

Ingredients to Stuff Burrito:

Refried beans
Mexican rice
Guacamole
Chopped onions
Carne asada, cooked
Grated Monterey jack cheese
Cilantro leaves
Old El Paso™ red enchilada sauce

Nutrition Information

No nutrition information available for this recipe

Expert Tips

I like to make all ingredients ahead of time and assemble as needed.

Directions

  • 1 Warm tortilla on a comal or pan, until warm.
  • 2 Fill the center with a little bit of beans, rice, guacamole, onions, carne asada, cheese, and cilantro leaves.
  • 3 Fold tortilla into a burrito.
  • 4 Pour Old El Paso™ sauce over the top.
  • 5 Serve warm and enjoy!

I'm hosting a Halloween party for all the moms of my son's school mates in a few days, and I plan to make carne asada burritos. I'm going to go all out with the decorations, costume and, of course, the frightening food. I have a variety of finger foods and creepy drinks planned out, but the main course is what I'm really looking forward to making: a spooky, bloody "Boo-rito!" I'll be using the extra large flour tortilla and all the wonderful fillings that go inside of it: Mexican rice, refried beans, onions, cheese, carne asada and cilantro. In order to put the “boo” into this burrito, I simply added a red chile sauce on top to make it look like it’s bleeding. Happy Halloween!

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Nicole Presley Nicole Presley
September 27, 2016

I'm hosting a Halloween party for all the moms of my son's school mates in a few days, and I plan to make carne asada burritos. I'm going to go all out with the decorations, costume and, of course, the frightening food. I have a variety of finger foods and creepy drinks planned out, but the main course is what I'm really looking forward to making: a spooky, bloody "Boo-rito!" I'll be using the extra large flour tortilla and all the wonderful fillings that go inside of it: Mexican rice, refried beans, onions, cheese, carne asada and cilantro. In order to put the “boo” into this burrito, I simply added a red chile sauce on top to make it look like it’s bleeding. Happy Halloween!