All-In Baked Burritos

"These burritos are so good and easy to make. I adapted this recipe from one posted in Quick Cooking magazine."
All-In Baked Burritos created by Ardenia
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12 burritos




  • Brown ground beef and onion; add taco seasoning mix and water; cook as directed on package.
  • In a bowl, combine the beans, salsa, rice and 1 cup cheese.
  • Spoon about 1/3 cup off-center on each tortilla.
  • Fold the sides and ends over filling and roll-up.
  • Arrange burritos in a greased 13X9 baking dish.
  • Sprinkle with the remaining cheese.
  • Cover and bake at 375 degrees for 20-25 minutes or until heated through.

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  1. Ardenia
    All-In Baked Burritos Created by Ardenia
  2. Ardenia
    Fantastic! I really wanted to make something other than tacos and this was just perfect. I used extra lean ground beef, brown rice and 12 grain tortillas to make them a little healthier. I mixed jalapeno cheese with cheddar cheese for some extra kick and it was great! Served this with shredded spinach and tomatoes as well as refried beans on the side. When the burritos were almost done in the oven I broiled them for a couple of minutes just to crisp the tops a little bit. I had to take a picture because it looked like something I would get from the Mexican restaurant down the street... I will be sure to post it ASAP! Thanks for the recipe :)
  3. Sexy Chef Sheri
    I thought this was just great. I omitted the onions (I don't like them) and the rice, and they were still so yummy. DH wasn't blown away, but I thought they made a wonderful, quick, weeknight meal. I am going to make the recipe again, as DH was playing video games on my computer and I didn't realize I was supposed to cover them while they were baking! So, they were a little crisp. But still good. But if they turn out better next time, you can bet I will return to upgrade my stars! Thanks for the recipe!
  4. Chris from Kansas
    All-In Baked Burritos Created by Chris from Kansas
  5. Abear
    This was so yummy. I used canned chicken instead and it was so good. Next time, i'm going to add cilantro. I think that any ingredients could be added depending on what an individual likes.


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