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These are sooo good. Put it all together before I went to bed and set the oven to turn off after 7 hours. The next day it was ready. It would be great to have a couple of packages of this already made in the freezer. I will add a few more beans next time to absorb just a little more of the juices--maybe another 1/4 pound. I won't be going out for burritos anymore when I know I can make the best at home!
This was excellent! I added a small chopped onion and a chopped jalapeno and also a couple of pureed chipotle peppers in adobo sauce (the smokey flavor really added to it). Also, I cooked it for about 7 1/2 hours in the crock pot and it came out perfectly. I was a bit worried because it seemed too juicy for burritos, but once I shredded the meat and mixed it back in, it was perfect. This is definitely a keeper!
This is the best burrito recipe I've ever had! It is so yummy yummy! It reminded me of the burritos you get at the little taco stands you see everywhere in California. Excellent!Thanks so much Sharlene~W for posting such a wonderful recipe! I made it exactly how you said except I did add a small onion to it. I served it with salsa and Guacamole. You can count on me to make this again!
I loved this even though DH wasn't all that keen on it. I used l lb. left over pork, pinto beans and added the spices, one can Rotel, homemade salsa verde and let it simmer. Loved all the flavors. Served with tortillas, cheese and guaca-salsa.(Guaca-Salsa - My Recipe -)
This was really delicious! I made it in the crock pot using canned beans, 3/4 cup of broth and less salt. We used it for tacos, but I think I will eat it as "chili" tomorrow since there is plenty of liquid left in it and it is super tasty just plain.
TO DIE FOR!!! we LOVED these burritos!! i made up the spice mixture and rubbed half on the pork and let it sit in the fridge overnight. i live at high altitude, so i soaked my beans for 2 days (and they were still al dente! i'll have to work on that!). i used 2 cans of extra hot rotel and 2.5 cups of roasted green chiles (i buy in bulk in the fall and keep in the freezer). i also added some onions. i used 3 cups chicken broth instead of the 4 cups water. i used my 5 1/2 qt. dutch oven and cooked for 8 hours. was cooked to perfection! i never needed to add any liquids, it was perfect and had enough juice for the pork once shredded. this is a keeper for sure. we all loved this! served with warm tortillas, guacamole, shredded cheese, salsa, and spanish rice! thanks for posting!!
This was so hard to stop eating! This is the kind of recipe I try to save my 5-star rating for. Really out of this world, in ease of prep and flavor and nutrition. I didn't have chilies, but the rest I just threw in the crock pot, for an hour on high, then about 8 hrs on low. So very, very good. I'm not too expert with beans, so I was really impressed at how wonderful they turned out! So tender and flavorful. I can't say enough about this recipe.
The meat really lacked in flavor, and even after adding some taco seasoning, they weren't well received.
These were really, really yummy! DH even commented that it was like something he'd order at a restaurant. Mine cooked all day in the crockpot (maybe 9-10 hours) and everything was perfect....I even started off with a frozen pork roast. Leftovers are in the freezer for easy meals in the next month or so. Thank you for a great recipe.
No kidding, these are to die for good! I can't wait to have them again, and surprise company when they bite into them and owww and ahhhh with every bite! Just fantastic!