As many of you may have noticed, I love Mexican food. It’s amazing. I am a born and raised New Englander, though. So, I can’t claim to know what ‘good, authentic’ Mexican food tastes like. I just make it the way I know how. Sometimes I take shortcuts, too.
That’s where this recipe comes in. It’s a super easy recipe for delicious beef and bean burritos. My family gobbles these up and always asks for more.
Beef and Bean Burritos
1 1/2 Pounds Beef
1 Can Enchilada Sauce
1 Can Refried Beans
1 1/2 Cups Cheese
Preheat oven to 350F.
Put the beef in a baking dish and cover with the enchilada sauce. I used precut beef. You can definitely use a roast or steak. You’ll just have to cut it into smaller pieces after it’s cooked.
Bake the beef for about an hour, or until it’s fully cooked. Timing depends on the type of beef you use.
Spread 1/8th of the refried beans on each tortilla.
Using a slotted spoon to drain most of the enchilada sauce, evenly divide the beef onto the tortillas.
Top each burrito with cheese.
Roll the burritos up. If you don’t know how to roll a burrito, click here for a tutorial.
Place them in a sprayed baking dish and top with whatever enchilada sauce you have leftover.
Bake for about 30 minutes.