I am on a casse-roll right now, so this baked burrito recipe was just perfect. In addition to salsa, I made my own with chopped canned tomatoes and jalepenos, garlic and spices. I also added canned green chiles and used black beans instead of refried. I spiced up the chicken with chili powder and ceyenne pepper. I also added chopped green onions to the top for the last 5 minutes and served with avocado and a small dollop of sour cream. Delicious.
My husband and three boys really enjoyed this recipe. I appreciated the quick prep and readily available ingredients.
Delicious!! I halved this recipe since it was only DH and me eating it!! We still had leftovers. I used a chicken breast that I already had cooked up. I just warmed it up then shredded it. I used refried beans that I made. This was very easy to put together and oh so Delicous! I will be making this again!!
Thank your mom for me, this is a great recipe!! I spiced the chicken with a homemade taco seasoning blend (no salt) and some garlic salt with Tex-Mex seasoning. I used pepper jack and colby jack cheeses. Used LaPreferida Organic refried beans (don't know if it made a difference, but it was SO GOOOOD!). For the picante salsa, used a combo of PACE hot and medium, plus a couple of Taco Bell salsa packets from the dinner kits. I think the finely diced onion and tomato chunks inside the burrito are important to the final flavor! I was short on time, so I baked at 375 for 22 minutes, then added cheese, baked about 8 more minutes, saved a few minutes cook time. Ground beef burrito lovers will not even miss the beef! Thanks again for probably the best chicken burritos recipe I have ever tried! Great use of leftover chicken, versatile recipe, can use canned or fresh items, it was just delicious!