I have a handful of "standby" meals for nights when I just don't feel like cooking. (Quesadillas, burritos and eggs to just name a few.) These Bean and Cheese Burritos are a great option for nights like this. Something about the crispy, flaky outside and ooey-gooey inside that makes the burritos seem yummier.
To grill the Burritos, I used my George Forman grill, but you could use a grill pan, waffle iron or regular frying pan for a similar effect.
To make these Grilled Burritos you need:
- Large burrito size tortillas
- Burrito filling of your choice (refried beans, chicken, rice, regular beans, corn, salsa, etc...)
For our burritos, I just used refried beans, cheese and Taco Bell sauce.
Spread your burrito filling down the middle of the tortilla and fold. Rub just a touch of oil on the top of the burrito and place it on your grilling device. (GF grill, waffle iron or pan.) Cook for about 5 minutes or until the top of the burrito is golden brown.
Serve with your sour cream/salsa/guacamole and enjoy! Careful, it's hot!
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