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My Husband really loved this! We used spicy beef burritos and I used leftover basmati rice instead of instant rice and just reduced the water a little. Very easy and very taste. The rice ended up tasting a lot like Spanish rice from the restaurants which was great!

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playingw/flavors January 06, 2008

this recipe sounded weird, i mean unusual, i mean weird enough to me to try. i am glad i did. the only things i changed was to eiliminate the black olives and use smooth salsa because that is what i had in the house. great results and so easy to make. thanks for posting this recipe.

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mandabears November 15, 2007

I had some frozen burritos languishing in the freezer so I decided to try this! It was SO easy and fun to fix (great for when you need something super-fast). The rice was on the dry side (I covered with foil), so I added a bit more at the end and left to stand for a few min. and that solved the problem. I topped with some enchilada sauce and that gave the dish a finishing touch. My husband thanked me for the good dinner so I know I'll be making it again! Thanks Nonnie for posting. Roxygirl

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Roxygirl in Colorado October 08, 2007

This was a pretty good quick (and cheap!) meal. I am not too fond of frozen burritos and found it to be "missing" something, but hubby and kids loved em! I served this with some homemade tortilla chips for a quick meal. Thanks Nonnie!

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CrystalRN April 29, 2007
Burrito Casserole