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I made this on 4/5/09 for mine and SO's dinner. I only had a 1 1/2 pound roast so due to what was on hand this is how it was made. I used the full amount of seasonings.Also, the amount of garlic stayed the same and a small onion was used. Instead of the 2 tomatoes and chilis, a small can of Ro-tel diced tomatoes w/ chilis were used.For the amount of liquid, I used the liquid from the Ro-tel and added enough water to equal 1/2 cup. This was made in a 2-quart crockpot and cooked for 6 hours.For the tortillas I used Made 'em Myself Tortillas. Made a great Mexican meal at our home.I bet this would be just as great with pork. This will be made again. Thanks for posting and, "Keep Smiling :)"
Wow the smell in my house is great. This is a very good recipe, I loaded mine with cheese, sour cream, salsa and salad YUMMY.
This was just wonderful. I'm making it (again!) tonight but trying it with chicken. For a "wet burrito" we added some chilli powder to a can of enchilda sauce (since the store was out of chilli sauce!), poured some over the top, and on top of that a little bit of canned Fiesta chese or Nacho cheese soup and a dollop of sour cream.
We really enjoyed this recipe! The flavor is great and the smell coming from my crockpot drove us crazy all day! I made as posted except to use a can of diced tomatoes with chilis along with another can of chilis. The meat made great burritos :) Thanks for posting a keeper!
Very good and very easy. I used Rotel tomatoes and chilies to save a step. I also added some salt before and after cooking. Because the meat didn't seem tender enough about an hour before I was ready to serve, I put the meat and juices in a 350 oven to finish. The meat was very tender then. Thanks for sharing the recipe.
Awesome flavor. It needs a little salt thrown in but other wise perfect. I made a burrito for my neighbor and he said it was the best he had ever eaten. this is the only recipe I will use for burritos, tacos, etc. from now on.