Yummy! I had some for dinner and wrapped the rest to freeze for later. I did salt to taste, and mixed the chiles and tomato sauce in with the ground beef mixture. Also finished with a little chopped cilantro. This is an easy recipe that I will be able to make again. I need to get better at the wrapping stage, however. Will practice. Thank you for sharing this lovely recipe with us.
Good burritos. Everyone enjoyed them and they were finished off. Thanks for the recipe.
Incredible! I make a batch and freeze them individually. Then just pull what i need out of the freezer and place in a small casserole dish. Cover with green enchilada sauce and some shredded Mexican-spiced cheese and throw in the oven at 350 for about 45 minutes or until the cheese is bubbling.
I made these "Enchilado Style" using my adapted version of "Chipotle Enchilada Sauce" (#99915) and they were absolutely restaurant-quality. Delicious. If you are serving them plain, make sure you taste the filling before stuffing the tortillas, as it may need a bit of salt and pepper. I forgot to taste it until half my tortillas were already filled! But since I smothered them with sauce and cheese, it didn't matter. Thanks for posting.
These were really easy to make and very tasty! I substituted 5 fresh tomatoes for 2 cans of diced tomatoes with green chiles. I ended up making 12 servings and then freezing half of them. They take a bit longer to bake, when frozen.....but it's especially easy on a busy day. Don't fill them too full or the tortillas will break.
I made these for 30 teenagers and there wasn't a crumb left. Very simple recipe, but quite good. Thanks for posting.