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Bean- vegetarian- burrito

Burritos!!!! Yummy these are one of my favorite Mexican fast food recipe. For vegetarians there are only few options for me to have a satisfactory food outside. Almost all the US fast food centers serve non vegetarian food. Mexican is the best choice for them. Here you can order any kind of food item that you like in the menu with no meat. I love vegetarian chalupa with beans apart from burritos. Now coming to burrito, it is beans, lettuce and tomatoes with cheese wrapped inside a tortilla sheet. In some taco bell restaurants it also may contain rice. Coming to recipe


Ingredients
Refried beans -1 can
Tortilla sheets 4
Lettuce chopped 1 cup
Onions chopped 1 cup
Tomato 1/2 cup finely chopped
Rice 1/2 cup
Cheese of your choice 1/4 cup grated
Sour cream 1/2 tbsp for each burrito


Method
Take a tortilla sheet and add 4 tbsp of Refried beans, 2 tbsp of tomato, 2 tbsp of onion, lettuce 2 tbsp and sour cream at the center. Sprinkle some grated cheese and roll it up. It is optional to bake it in oven for 10 min at 350F. Enjoy this yummy burrito.

You can prepare Refried beans at home by soaking kidney beans/ black eyed peas/ black beans/ pinto beans/ rajma for 6 hrs and cook them with little salt. For tortillas you can substitute chapati/roti

Comments

  1. Delicious and wholesome looking burrito. Fillings are excellent.

    Deepa
    Hamaree Rasoi

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  2. hmm.. a healthy recipe.. I would love to try this with Roti

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  3. One of my Fav's......awesome preparation.

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  4. Super inviting burritos..

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  5. Burritos look delicious.. first time here.. you have a fabulous collection of recipes... glad to follow you.. do visit my blog sometime..

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