This was so easy to put together. I already had cooked ground beef in the freezer so I nuked it for a few minutes and then heated the ground beef completely in a pan with the taco seasoning. Since I was already using the oven, I made these burritos and warmed them in the oven until the cheese melted. I'm going to try making a bunch of these and freezing them without the toppings for OMAC. I think they'll work out very well. Dinner was on the table in no time at all tonight and this will be added to our favorites.
Very good and easy to make. I followed the recipe as written other then I used refried beans instead of pinto as I am not a huge fan of pintos. My kids topped theirs with some hot sauce and hubby added lettuce, tomatoes and sour cream. Made for a good weeknight meal. Made for ZWT5.
This made for a wonderful Mexican dinner last night!! I made this but used the spices that I use in Mexican Beef instead of the packet of taco seasoning. I also subbed refried beans, what I had on hand for the pinto beans, but otherwise followed as written. I made the meat mixture earlier in the day, so it was so quick and easy to get together once 17 yo DS got home. Thanks for sharing the recipe Charmie!! Made for ZWT5.
I'm giving this a solid 5 stars because you get big flavor with very little time or effort. I made this even quicker by making the burritos earlier in the day, so all I had to do was top it with; enchilada sauce, cheese and pop them in the microwave. I topped mine with: extra onions, chopped tomatoes, diced avocado, lettuce and a dollop of sour cream. Yummy recipe! Thanks, Charmie, for a great recipe to add to my 'quick cooking' files. :-)