Burrito Wraps

Happy Fatten Me Up Friday!

On the menu today we have burrito wraps! Super easy, super delish, and you can really jazz them up to suit your preferences. This recipe is on a weekly rotation at my house, the kids and hubby DEVOUR them.

 

 

Ingredients:

 

1 lb ground beef                                                

1 can of black beans (drained)     

1 packet taco seasoning

1 cup white rice (cooked)

1 medium sized yellow onion

Package of large burrito tortillas (I use flour but feel free to get creative!)

1 bag mexican blend shredded cheese

Sour cream (to taste)

Optional ingredients:

Jalapenos

Banana peppers

Sriracha sauce/hot sauce

Ranch dressing

Cilantro

Green onions

Bell peppers

 

 

  1. First cook ground beef thoroughly with diced onion (don’t like onions? Leave em out!) Drain excess grease.

  2. In separate pot, cook rice

  3. Drain and rinse black beans

  4. In large bowl, mix cooked ground beef, black beans, and taco seasoning packet-set aside

  5. Get a tortilla, place a heaping tablespoon of sour cream in middle of tortilla, use the back of the spoon to smooth it out into a small circle. 

  6. Sprinkle some cheese on the sour cream

  7. Add any topping you may like (I like banana peppers, jalapenos, and a little ranch- feel free to go nuts here)

  8. With a spoon- heap a couple spoonfuls of the ground beef mixture into the middle of the tortilla

  9. Wrap into burrito-ish shape

  10. Place in a preheated skillet on stove, seam side down and cook until light brown

  11. Flip and cook other side until light brown

  12. ENJOY

 

One of the (many) reasons I love this meal is that you really have lots of freedom to suit multiple taste buds without any extra work. Make the meat mixture then have everyone throw on whatever they feel like eating. The meat mixture saves well for leftovers the next day (or freeze some for an even later day) and it's super easy to make quesadillas with it instead (my kids prefer it in a quesadilla- much less messy for them to eat, which means I also prefer my kids to eat it as a quesadilla).


What goodies would you guys throw in to mix things up?