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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!

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A Good Thing June 24, 2007

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

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Anonymity May 14, 2006

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.

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Nose January 27, 2006

We had these for dinner but I would eat them anytime they are so good. Added more cheese and we warmed them in the oven until the cheese melted. Topped my burrito with sour cream and salsa.

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SissyMaryLaLa86 November 16, 2005

Such a quick and easy meal that tastes great! I did brown the tortillas in a dry skillet, filled them and placed them in a baking dish. Sprinkled extra shredded cheese over the burritos and put them in the oven to warm thru and melt cheese. Yum!

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lauralie41 November 16, 2005

I made these for the OAMC "Freezer Tag." I followed the recipe exactly except used less chili powder, and left out the optional pepper and sour cream. I cooked them on a non-stick griddle, flipping often, till browned nicely, ate one fresh off the griddle (YUMMY!) then froze the rest. A week later I took out one of the frozen burritos and heated it in the microwave for two minutes on half power. It came out hot, still a little crispy, and delicious! Freezing directions: Cook burritos according to recipe. Let cool. Place single burritos (or family size portions if for a family meal) into plastic storage bags (I used sandwich bags for individual burritos for quick lunches or snacks), then place individual bags into large freezer bag. When ready for a burritos, simply pop it out of the bag and heat in the microwave for 1-2 minutes on medium power. Let cool for one minute and enjoy!

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Tornado Ali September 06, 2005

I make bean burritos a lot, but never with baked beans. I used some leftover homemade beans with barbecue sauce and they really added some nice flavors and slightly different texture with the chunks of beans. I also put some fresh spinach in and was surprised how well it went with the beans. Another great way with a burrito that is super fast. Roxygirl in Colo.

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Roxygirl in Colorado July 01, 2005
Vegetarian Tex Mex Bean Burritos