Vegetarian Tex Mex Bean Burritos

Total Time
25mins
Prep
15 mins
Cook
10 mins

Quick and easy spicy bean burritos that the whole family will enjoy! Tex-Mex is a highly spiced and vibrant style of cooking that developed as an evolution of Northern Mexican cuisine. These burritos are fairly spicy with 1/2 tbsp chili powder and medium salsa. Feel free to increase the chili powder if using a milder salsa. I also use whole-wheat tortillas for extra fibre. These freeze well.

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Directions

  1. In a food processor, process beans and seasonings until smooth.
  2. Spread out the 8 tortillas; add an equal amount of the bean mixture in the center of each tortilla.
  3. On top of the bean mixture on each tortilla, add a sprinkle of mozzarella and cheddar cheese, some salsa, chopped pepper, and sour cream.
  4. Fold tortillas up into burritos (fold the bottom third of tortilla over the filling; fold over both sides of tortilla; roll up to enclose the filling).
  5. Place burritos in a nonstick frying pan or electric frying pan over medium heat.
  6. Flip burritos often until golden brown.
  7. OAMC; To Freeze - For a quick snack or dinner later on, after finishing frying, place single burritos (or family size portions if for a family meal) into plastic storage bags, then place individual bags into large freezer bag and freeze.
  8. To re-heat - When ready for a burrito, pop it out of the bag and heat in the microwave for 1-2 minutes on medium power. Or, for a crispier burrito, pan fry the burrito until warm the outside is crisp.
Most Helpful

4 5

My step kids, who are mostly vegetarian loved these (even though I assembled it more in a lasagna style dish). I was very pleased with the bean filling. Made for ZWT3...a Toast to the Captains!

4 5

These were pretty good. Good convenience food. Is nice to hmake them and then be able to freeze them for quick lunch.

5 5

This is how I make bean burritoes, but I buy canned refried beans that are already seasoned. I only recently tried freezing them -- they taste different, like the frozen burritoes you can buy, but without so many weird preservatives.