Pasilla Chili-Ground Meat Burritos
- Ready In:
- Sautee the ground meat with the butter.
- Add bouillon cube or powder until meat is thoroughly cooked.
- Add the pasilla chili sauce and the cubed cream cheese.
- Simmer for 10 minutes.
- Fill the burritos with this preparation.
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Well, I am not sure exactly what pasilla chili sauce is...but I tried to come as close as I could and used a tomato sauce I found in the Mexican food isle that was made with chilis, onion and spices, plus I added just a pinch more of cumin. It just happened that everyone was coming home at different times and I thought this might reheat well in the microwave as each of us came home and wanted to eat. We LOVED this burrito filling! I had some chopped tomato, lettuce, and some sour cream on the side. Full of flavor and easy, easy easy. Everyone requested that I make this one a "keeper"!!Thanks for this great recipe :)
I too couldn't find "Pasilla Chili Sauce", in the grocery store and I really thought I could, as all of our stores have a whole isle dedicated to Mexican food (most items are imported from Mexico). I used a 7.75 oz can of "Marca El Pato Salsa de Chile Fresco" instead. I also drained my meat before adding the sauce and used 4 oz. of cream cheese, since the recipe didn't state what sized package to use. It was perfect! My whole family loved it, so I will be making this burrito recipe often. Thanks so much Rosie for posting this wonderful recipe!
This was excellent. I did not know what pasilla chilli sauce was either, so I made my own, by clicking on chilli sauce (in recipe) zaar gave me the substitution, so that's what I made. 1 cup tomato sauce,1/4 cup brown sugar,2 tbsp vinegar,1/4 tsp cinnamon,dash of ground cloves,dash of ground allspice = 1 cup chili sauce. I used the whole cup. I also use the large flour tortillas, and made 8 of them. Thanks Mexi!
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I am a 53 year old Mexican-American elementary school teacher. I enjoy reading biographies, intresting nonfiction, and also love all types of catchy upbeat music. My favorite cookbook is the "Kitchen Fair" trademark cookware recipe book in Spanish. Being bilingual and bicultural, I've come to appreciate the best of both U.S. and Mexican cuisine. I was pleasantly surprised that many, many zaar members include Mexican food as their first favorite food. I'll try to post, as time permits, some Mexican recipes (and also American) that I consider good.